5 Ways to Save Money on Gluten Free Groceries

5 Ways to Save Money on Gluten Free Groceries

Shopping for gluten free food can be really frustrating. If you’re new to having an allergy or practicing a gluten free diet, you may not realize but the products are A LOT MORE expensive. A report from the Laci Stevens and Mohsin Rashid on the National Library of Medicine stated: On average, gluten-free products were 242% more expensive than regular products (+/- 212; range, 5% to 1,000%)

So with that in mind, how can you save money on gluten free groceries and foods? Let’s get into it.

I’ve been gluten free for over 4 years now, and have learned some of the ins and outs of how to save. You can’t save on everything, sometimes you just have to spend more, especially when eating out, but this guide is here to help you navigate the grocery stores and save money on gluten free!

Read more5 Ways to Save Money on Gluten Free Groceries

Top Vacation Resorts with Gluten-Free Options

Top Vacation Resorts with Gluten-Free Options

Most people don’t know where they can go on vacation and still have amazing gluten-free options. If you have Celiac Disease or a gluten allergy, it can be really hard to travel and not worry about getting sick all the time!

In this article, you’ll find 10 of the best vacation spots with food options for those with gluten/wheat allergies and sensitivities.

So, read on to find out how you can enjoy your next getaway! Cover photo via Stocksnap. Photo shot by Matt Moloney.

Read moreTop Vacation Resorts with Gluten-Free Options

Freshly Gluten Free Prepared Meals Delivery Service Review

Freshly Gluten Free Prepared Meals Delivery Service Review

I recently wanted to find a way to get meals delivered because I’m not that great at cooking. In my search, I came across tons of options. Then a few days later some retargeting ads (on Facebook) caught my attention for a brand called Freshly. Freshly is a meal delivery service that offers ‘chef-prepared meals’ … Read more

Eating Out Gluten Free

Eating Out Gluten Free: 5 Tips to Stay Safe

Eating out can be a minefield when you need to avoid gluten.

Limited menus, unlisted ingredients, and uninformed staff are all hazards in our plight to avoid consuming gluten. Not to mention the fact that most restaurants forget about the dangers of cross contamination!

If you’ve been living a gluten free lifestyle for sometime, you’ve no doubt mastered the perils of eating out. If you’ve only recently been diagnosed, you may still be learning the ropes.

Read moreEating Out Gluten Free: 5 Tips to Stay Safe

Gluten Free on Long Haul Flights

Long Haul Flights: 8 Tips for Gluten Free Travellers

Day to day eating is already tough enough when you’re unable to consume gluten. But travelling long haul to far flung and unfamiliar places? Well that’s a whole other ball game.

In your home town or city, you can rest comfortably knowing where all the good stuff is at. You know where to get your favourite gluten free energy bars and you know which restaurants cater for coeliacs. But all that goes out of the window when you travel to long haul destinations.

We’ll save general travel advice for another post; in this article we’re going to pin down ways you can stay safe (and healthy) as a gluten-free traveller on long haul flights.

Read moreLong Haul Flights: 8 Tips for Gluten Free Travellers

Survive a Gluten Free Date

4 Tips to Survive a Gluten Free Date

Alright, I’m going to be straight with you: I haven’t been on a typical “date” in over 5 years. I’m in a happy relationship and obviously haven’t needed to date since meeting my partner.

But this article, and my advice, is useful in more situations than just your typical “date”.

I travel a lot, which means eating out in foreign countries with language barriers. I also take my partner on 1 or 2 date nights each week, and I also meet business contacts for food 2 or 3 times per week.

I do a lot of eating out with people I don’t know but who I need to impress. And who wants to be a burden for their partner?

Read more4 Tips to Survive a Gluten Free Date

Why Coealics Should Listen To Their Bodies

Why All Coeliacs Need To Listen To Their Bodies

Diagnosing the cause of any ill-symptom takes a great deal of wisdom; often validated with a medical degree.

But once you’re diagnosed with Coeliac disease, gluten sensitivity or any other food induced illness, you can sleep easy knowing the cause of your symptoms.

Whether your symptoms are stomach pain, brain fog, hives or something else; they’re often caused by the food you’ve put into your own mouth.

Read moreWhy All Coeliacs Need To Listen To Their Bodies

12 Years Gluten Free

12 Things Learned From 12 Years of Coeliac Disease

At the time of writing, I’ve been a diagnosed coeliac for over 12 years, and at least for me, it’s never been a problem. My attitude towards a gluten free lifestyle is actually one of pleasure. I thoroughly enjoy my day to day life and diet and I’ve never let CD get in the way.

In fact, I very rarely even think about it.

Read more12 Things Learned From 12 Years of Coeliac Disease