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Gluten Free Travel Articles
Celiac Travel's collection of travel-related articles
As well as the general travel gluten free articles below, you can also read stories about travelling in specific countries by celiacs, or if you're looking for information on a destination, try using the Search box in the left column.
It's one thing finding a restaurant with 'gluten free options' but quite another finding one that is truly gluten free friendly.
Getting gluten free food on planes and in hotels can be tricky. Here's a few ideas to make it easier.
Gluten Free Eating in Restaurants and Cafes
Mood lifters and health maintainers, gluten free snacks are handy to have with you at all times.
Announce your gluten free needs in advance and ensure the chef knows all about celiac / coeliac disease before you arrive.
Tips on travelling by plane from FlyBe
General info on Celiac / Coeliac Disease and the Gluten Free Diet
What happens if a Celiac eats gluten? How do you treat Celiac Disease?
A guide to gluten free eating for Celiacs/Coeliacs. A simple gluten free food list.
The only gluten test kit I have ever used wasn't wildly successful, but it looks as if things may be improving...
Tips for sticking to your gluten free special diet and relationship when dining with your nearest and dearest.
Stay motivated and adhere to your gluten free diet by using these useful tips.
A gluten-digesting enzyme pill sounded too good to be true, so I tested it...
Food Intolerance / Allergies
Food intolerances, not coeliac disease, were making me feel ill. Here's how I beat them...
The self-administered treatment I used to cure my food intolerance symptoms
You might be wondering why you need to keep a food diary if you can simply get a reliable food allergy test to work out what you are allergic to.
Food supplements & vitamins I took to get over my food allergies and help my celiac disease
The food intolerance test that changed me from fatigued and thick-headed to clear-minded and full of energy
I used the York Test because despite a rigorous gluten free diet, I was feeling more and more ill.
Although I managed to control my food allergies by using a food allergy test to identify the problem foods and then avoiding them, that didn't deal with the root of the problem. So I decided to get a nutritionist on the job.
I recently heard about vitamin B12 deficiency on a coeliac disease discussion group I'm on.