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10 najboljših mest po vsem svetu brez glutena (diaprojekcija)

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Gluten vam daje zagon? Dodajte ta mesta na seznam želja za počitnice

Ne samo, da je to živahno Južni Afričan mesto tako raznoliko, da se ponaša z najrazličnejšimi kuhinjami brez glutena-na primer južnoindijsko-vendar je južnoafriška prehrana tako ali tako zelo osredotočena na meso, dopolnjena z zelenjavo in sadjem. Od Cape Town je obalno mesto, specializirano pa je tudi za različne morske jedi. Za osupljivo doživetje pojdite na alergike prijazne Čajna soba Kirstenbosch, ki se nahaja v čudovitem botaničnem vrtu Kirstenbosch, enem od naših 10 najboljših parkov na svetu za piknike.

Cape Town

Ne samo, da je to živahno Južni Afričan mesto tako raznoliko, da se ponaša z najrazličnejšimi kuhinjami brez glutena-na primer južnoindijsko-vendar je južnoafriška prehrana tako ali tako zelo osredotočena na meso, dopolnjena z zelenjavo in sadjem. Za osupljivo doživetje pojdite na alergike prijazne Čajna soba Kirstenbosch, ki se nahaja v čudovitem botaničnem vrtu Kirstenbosch, enem od naših 10 najboljših parkov na svetu za piknike.

Cochin, Indija

Denver

Večja obalna mesta pogosto zaslužijo zasluge za utiranje poti v zvezi z velikimi spremembami v Ameriki, toda ko gre za možnosti brezglutenskega menija, se je trend prvič začel sredi države. Denver ima enega najnižjih odstotkov debelih odraslih v državi, zato res ne preseneča, da bi to privedlo do tega, da bi prilagodili ljudi s prehranskimi omejitvami. Eden izmed mestnih izstopajočih lokalov? Panzano -ki kljub temu, da je italijanska restavracija, vsebuje ločene menije brez glutena za zajtrk, kosilo, večerjo in celo malico. Hvala izvršnemu kuharju Elise Wiggins za to, ko je spremenila jedilnico restavracije, nagrajene z AAA Four Diamond, po diagnozi celiakije svojega brata.

Dublin

Irska je znan kot dežela Guinness, rjavi kruh, ribe in čips, vendar je to tudi dežela, ki je precej seznanjena s celiakijo. Zaradi velikega števila obolelih na nacionalni ravni je bilo društvo Irish Coeliac Association ustanovljeno leta 1963 in od takrat spodbuja ozaveščenost o bolezni. Ko se je gibanje brez glutena začelo, je Irska (zlasti njena večja mesta) začela uvajati varna živila hitreje kot kdorkoli drug, Tesco (ustanovljen v sosednji Angliji) kot ena prvih verig supermarketov, ki je uvedla celoten oddelek brez glutena. Država prav tako izjemno preprosto omogoča iskanje hrane brez glutena na spletnem mestu Irska brez glutena, ki navaja več kot 1000 celiakiji prijaznih restavracij, hotelov, barov, proizvajalcev in dejavnosti. Profesionalni nasveti: Preskočite Guinness in raje pojdite z jabolčnikom. Bulmers (Magners v ZDA) je naravno brez glutena in prav tako priljubljen. Še vedno hrepenite po ribah in čipsu? Poskusite možnost brez glutena na Beshoff Bros.

Mexico City

Največja stvar, ki se ji je treba izogniti v Mehiki glede glutena, je tortilje iz moke. Na srečo v mnogih regijah, koruzne tortilje so bolj priljubljeni in so (zgodovinska lekcija!) dejansko pred različicami moke, ki so jih predstavili izgnani španski Judje. Mexico City je eno izmed teh mest, osredotočenih na koruzo, zato lahko na splošno brez strahu uživate v čudovitih uličnih ponudbah. Lahko pa postane malce zapleteno, če se stvari ocvrtijo skupaj z "nevarnimi" predmeti ali zaprašijo z moko, a na srečo vedno več restavracij v Mehiki to priznava tako, da označuje jedilnike brez glutena, kadar je to primerno. Če ste v dvomih, se spomnite besedne zveze "libre de gluten" ("brez glutena").

Naučite se doma pripraviti koruzne tortilje po tem receptu.

New York City

To je verjetno samoumevno, vendar lahko vnesete skoraj vse New York City. Ne glede na to, ali ste brez glutena, ogljikovih hidratov, sladkorja ali vode (v redu, zadnjo sem pripravil), se boste v Velikem jabolku počutili kot doma. In če je vaš dom že v New Yorku, boste z veseljem izvedeli, da lahko kupite pecivo in pico GF (at Rubirosa in Tompkins Square, oziroma). Poleg tega lahko vedno računate na Newyorčane, ki bodo podprli najnovejši trend - in kljub temu, da so nekateri ljudje fizično nestrpni do glutena, obstaja cel kup hipsterjev in drugih izbranih mestnih ljudi, ki niso samo skočili na tračnico, ampak so jo sami zgradili ... z uporabo okolju prijaznih, recikliranih delov. In to je letnik.

Ne samo, da ima Rubirosa odlično pico GF, ampak so bile njene pite imenovane 41. na našem seznamu najboljših pic v Ameriki 2015. Ostalo si oglejte tukaj.

Rim

Sprva se zdi protislovno. Italija, dežela pic in testenin, je dobra za ljudi, ki ne jedo glutena? Seveda! V nasprotnem primeru bi lahko povečanje priljubljenosti diete GF potonilo celotno gospodarstvo. Tako so Italijani nestrpen z glutenom takoj sprejeli z odprtimi, pogosto gestikulirajočimi rokami. Ko kuhate doma, poiščite možnosti brez glutena blagovnih znamk testenin, kot so Delallo, Jovial, Riso Bello in Rustichella d’Abruzzo v trgovini z živili. Prav tako se naučite faz "io sono celiaca" (jaz sem celiakija) in "senza glutine" (brez glutena) in v večini restavracij, ki že odkar je bilo hladno, so bile na prostem. ZDA

San Francisco

Tako kot New York City na vzhodu tudi San Francisco govori o raznolikosti, trendih in zdravih možnostih. Za ponazoritev te točke si oglejte nekaj restavracij, ki vsebujejo možnosti brez glutena: Saha (Jemenščina, Francoski, in Kalifornijski kuhinja), Pica Pica (Latinskoameriški), DOSA v Valenciji (Indijski), Poševna vrata (Vietnamski), in Pacific Catch (morski sadeži). Brez glutena brez žrtvovanja raznolikosti? Ni čudno, da je San Francisco tako priljubljen.

Sydney

Kar zadeva oznake živil, Avstralija je ena najstrožjih držav na svetu. Ne samo, da je treba kot tak označiti kateri koli izdelek, ki vsebuje sestavino, ki povzroča alergije, ampak tudi Celiakija Avstralija (nepridobitna organizacija) na odobrene izdelke postavi tudi logotip zaznamka. To zavedanje se prenaša tudi v restavracije, zlasti v večjih mestih, kjer bodo ljudje iz skupine GF našli skoraj eno brezglutensko možnost na skoraj vsakem jedilniku, razen tistih v restavracijah s hitro prehrano.

Tokio

Če niste seznanjeni z živili GF, lahko domnevate, da beli riž vsebuje gluten - vendar ne! To združite z morskimi sadeži in mesom (tudi naravno brez glutena) in pokrili ste večino Japonski prehrana. Edina stvar, ki se ji morate izogniti, je sojina omaka, od katerih večina sort vsebuje gluten (tradicionalni tamari se proizvaja brez glutena, če pa ni označen brez glutena, se je vseeno najbolje izogniti). V mnogih tokijskih restavracijah bo najtežje izraziti svoje skrbi uslužbencem restavracije, zato boste morda želeli natisniti kartico z intoleranco za gluten v japonščini, npr. tale.


10 koristnih nasvetov za popotnike brez glutena

Potovanje je lahko zelo težko za naše telo in pogosto se nam prebavni sistem prvi zazdi domotožje. Med norimi časi bujenja za lete ali nenehnim jedenjem je lahko težko imeti kakršno koli rutino.

Za vsakogar, ki ima dodatne prehranske potrebe, je potovanje lahko veliko težje!

Obstaja toliko ljudi, ki iz zdravstvenih razlogov ne morejo jesti glutena. Če ste to vi, bodite prepričani, da vam med potovanjem ni treba delati kompromisov.

Teh 10 koristnih nasvetov za popotnike brez glutena vam bo pomagalo ostati srečen in zdrav v tujini!

Mezze v Ammanu v Jordaniji

1. Poiščite supermarket (ali lekarno)

To vam bo olajšalo življenje brez glutena. Če supermarket v destinaciji, v kateri se nahajate, nima dostojnega oddelka brez glutena, obiščite lekarno, ker bo verjetno na voljo več raznolikosti.

Ne pozabite, da so cene hrane brez glutena lahko dražje, vendar so supermarketi še vedno pot do najcenejšega načina, kako ohraniti prehrano na pravi poti. Zato vzemite kruh, piškote in torto brez glutena ter si privoščite piknik s prijatelji!

2. Naučite se ključnih besed v jeziku svojega cilja

Če se odpravljate v državo, kjer angleščina ni prvi jezik, bodite pripravljeni. Poiščite besede, ki pomenijo najslabše za tiste, ki jedo brez glutena, npr "Pšenica" "komaj" "slad" "rž," in jih zapišite. Ko ste v supermarketu, pred nakupom preverite sestavine česar koli.

Če se pojavi katera od teh besed, veste, da to ni hrana za vas.

3. Naučite se stavka za "Jaz sem celiakija"

Obstaja razlika med "brez glutena" in "celiakijo", vendar je to težko prikazati, če ste v tujinski državi. Najbolje je, da imate ta stavek v mislih in ga uporabite, ko ga potrebujete.

Zagotovo vam bo prišel v restavracijah in kavarnah, ko boste želeli dvakrat preveriti pri natakarju. In hej, ob skrbi za svoje zdravje se boste naučili nekaj novih jezikov!

Cvetovi bučk na španski tržnici

4. Ko imate priložnost, si privoščite prigrizke

In pri tem pravilno prigriznite. Izogibajte se sladkim prigrizkom in bodite hvaležni, da teh nezdravih piškotov pravzaprav ne morete jesti zaradi glutena. Suho sadje, oreški in sir so najboljši način za prigrizek, da ohranite raven energije in napolnite telo z beljakovinami dneve, polne ogledov.

5. Vedno vprašajte v restavracijah

Tudi če na meniju piše, da je brez glutena (dobro boste navajeni opaziti tisti veličastni GF), je vseeno vredno dvakrat preveriti. Poskrbite, da omake, marinade in priloge niso bile kuhane v bližini izdelkov iz glutena. Zapomnite si tisti priročen stavek, ki ste se ga naučili za tujejezično državo- to je čas, da ga uporabite!

6. Ne bodi preveč ponosen

Neustreznost glutena se ne sme sramovati. Če nameravate jesti v restavraciji in si resnično želite burgerja, najbolje uganite, da kruh ne bo brez glutena.

Ko imate priložnost, si v supermarketu založite kruh brez glutena in ga nosite v torbi. Boom. Idealen za hamburger. Razložite situacijo svojemu natakarju in verjetnost je, da boste lahko uporabili svoj kruh.

V vprašanju nikoli ni škode!

7. Naredite nekaj raziskav

Spoznajte državo, v katero greste! Preberite ocene drugih popotnikov in si oglejte, kaj so povedali o prijaznosti destinacije brez glutena. Nekatere države se s tem spopadajo bolje kot druge in so bolj ustrežljive. Morda boste presenečeni, da so nekatere države neverjetno prijazne brez glutena- vključno z Italijo!

Če veste, v kaj se usmerjate, ste lahko bolj pripravljeni in nadzirate svojo prehrano.

Zajtrk v La Loma Tree Lodge v Bocas del Toro, Panama

8. Ne delajte predpostavk

Če je izdelek doma brez glutena, ne domnevajte, da je v tujini. Vedno preverite sestavine, tudi če je blagovna znamka, ki jo poznate in imate radi. In ne pozabite, da če ste v tuje govoreči državi, morate na ključne sestavine pogledati te sestavine!

9. Google It

Če naletite na sestavino, za katero niste prepričani, se posvetujte s svojim zaupnim prijateljem Googlom. V supermarketu bo morda trajalo dlje, ko boste pregledali vse sestavine, vendar je za to pomembno, da si vzamete čas.

Vi in vaši prijatelji bi raje preživeli čas v supermarketu, da bi skrbeli za svoje zdravje, kot pa da bi pozneje porabili čas za slabo počutje!

10. Če ste v dvomih, ne!

Ne želite tvegati z izdelki, ki so videti nekoliko nejasno in vam lahko zbolijo. Dobro poznate svoje telo in svoje omejitve glutena, zato veste, kako se bo vaše telo odzvalo. Če nekaj ne izgleda ali se ne počuti dobro, ga ne jejte.

Zaupajte svojemu črevesju- dobesedno!


10 koristnih nasvetov za popotnike brez glutena

Potovanje je lahko zelo težko za naše telo in pogosto se nam prebavni sistem prvi zazdi domotožje. Med norimi časi bujenja za lete ali nenehnim jedenjem je lahko težko imeti kakršno koli rutino.

Za vsakogar, ki ima dodatne prehranske potrebe, je potovanje lahko veliko težje!

Obstaja toliko ljudi, ki iz zdravstvenih razlogov ne morejo jesti glutena. Če ste to vi, bodite prepričani, da vam med potovanjem ni treba delati kompromisov.

Teh 10 koristnih nasvetov za popotnike brez glutena vam bo pomagalo ostati srečen in zdrav v tujini!

Mezze v Ammanu v Jordaniji

1. Poiščite supermarket (ali lekarno)

To vam bo olajšalo življenje brez glutena. Če supermarket v destinaciji, v kateri se nahajate, nima dostojnega oddelka brez glutena, obiščite lekarno, ker bo verjetno na voljo več raznolikosti.

Ne pozabite, da so cene hrane brez glutena lahko dražje, vendar so supermarketi še vedno pot do najcenejšega načina, kako ohraniti prehrano na pravi poti. Zato vzemite kruh, piškote in torto brez glutena ter si privoščite piknik s prijatelji!

2. Naučite se ključnih besed v jeziku svojega cilja

Če se odpravljate v državo, kjer angleščina ni prvi jezik, bodite pripravljeni. Poiščite besede, ki pomenijo najslabše za tiste, ki jedo brez glutena, npr "Pšenica" "komaj" "slad" "rž," in jih zapišite. Ko ste v supermarketu, pred nakupom preverite sestavine česar koli.

Če se pojavi katera od teh besed, veste, da to ni hrana za vas.

3. Naučite se stavka "Jaz sem celiakija"

Obstaja razlika med "brez glutena" in "celiakijo", vendar je to težko prikazati, če ste v tujinski državi. Najbolje je, da imate ta stavek v mislih in ga uporabite, ko ga potrebujete.

Zagotovo vam bo prišel v restavracijah in kavarnah, ko boste želeli dvakrat preveriti pri natakarju. In hej, ob skrbi za svoje zdravje se boste naučili nekaj novih jezikov!

Cvetovi bučk na španski tržnici

4. Ko imate priložnost, si privoščite prigrizke

In pri tem pravilno prigriznite. Izogibajte se sladkim prigrizkom in bodite hvaležni, da teh nezdravih piškotov pravzaprav ne morete jesti zaradi glutena. Suho sadje, oreški in sir so najboljši način za prigrizek, da ohranite raven energije in telo napolnite z beljakovinami dneve, polne ogledov.

5. Vedno vprašajte v restavracijah

Tudi če na meniju piše, da je brez glutena (dobro boste navajeni opaziti tisti veličastni GF), je vseeno vredno dvakrat preveriti. Poskrbite, da omake, marinade in priloge niso bile kuhane v bližini izdelkov iz glutena. Zapomnite si tisti priročen stavek, ki ste se ga naučili za tujejezično državo- to je čas, da ga uporabite!

6. Ne bodi preveč ponosen

Neustreznost glutena se ne sme sramovati. Če nameravate jesti v restavraciji in si resnično želite burgerja, najbolje uganite, da kruh ne bo brez glutena.

Ko imate priložnost, si v supermarketu založite kruh brez glutena in ga nosite v torbi. Boom. Idealen za hamburger. Razložite situacijo svojemu natakarju in verjetnost je, da boste lahko uporabili svoj kruh.

V vprašanju nikoli ni škode!

7. Naredite nekaj raziskav

Spoznajte državo, v katero greste! Preberite ocene drugih popotnikov in si oglejte, kaj so povedali o prijaznosti destinacije brez glutena. Nekatere države se s tem spopadajo bolje kot druge in so bolj ustrežljive. Morda boste presenečeni, da so nekatere države neverjetno prijazne brez glutena- vključno z Italijo!

Če veste, v kaj se usmerjate, ste lahko bolj pripravljeni in nadzirate svojo prehrano.

Zajtrk v La Loma Tree Lodge v Bocas del Toro, Panama

8. Ne delajte predpostavk

Če je izdelek doma brez glutena, ne domnevajte, da je v tujini. Vedno preverite sestavine, tudi če je blagovna znamka, ki jo poznate in imate radi. In ne pozabite, da če ste v tuje govoreči državi, morate na ključne sestavine pogledati te sestavine!

9. Google It

Če naletite na sestavino, za katero niste prepričani, se posvetujte s svojim zaupnim prijateljem Googlom. V supermarketu bo morda trajalo dlje, ko boste pregledali vse sestavine, vendar je za to pomembno, da si vzamete čas.

Vi in vaši prijatelji bi raje preživeli čas v supermarketu in skrbeli za svoje zdravje, kot pa da bi kasneje preživeli čas, ko bi se počutili slabo!

10. Če ste v dvomih, ne!

Ne želite tvegati z izdelki, ki so videti nekoliko nejasno in vam lahko zbolijo. Dobro poznate svoje telo in svoje omejitve glutena, zato veste, kako se bo vaše telo odzvalo. Če nekaj ne izgleda ali se ne počuti dobro, ga ne jejte.

Zaupajte svojemu črevesju- dobesedno!


10 koristnih nasvetov za popotnike brez glutena

Potovanje je lahko zelo težko za naše telo in pogosto se nam prebavni sistem prvi zazdi domotožje. Med norimi časi bujenja za lete ali nenehnim jedenjem je lahko težko imeti kakršno koli rutino.

Za vsakogar, ki ima dodatne prehranske potrebe, je potovanje lahko veliko težje!

Obstaja toliko ljudi, ki iz zdravstvenih razlogov ne morejo jesti glutena. Če ste to vi, bodite prepričani, da vam med potovanjem ni treba delati kompromisov.

Teh 10 koristnih nasvetov za popotnike brez glutena vam bo pomagalo ostati srečen in zdrav v tujini!

Mezze v Ammanu v Jordaniji

1. Poiščite supermarket (ali lekarno)

To vam bo olajšalo življenje brez glutena. Če supermarket v destinaciji, v kateri se nahajate, nima dostojnega oddelka brez glutena, obiščite lekarno, ker bo verjetno na voljo več raznolikosti.

Ne pozabite, da so cene hrane brez glutena lahko dražje, vendar so supermarketi še vedno pot do najcenejšega načina, kako ohraniti prehrano na pravi poti. Zato vzemite kruh, piškote in torto brez glutena ter si privoščite piknik s prijatelji!

2. Naučite se ključnih besed v jeziku svojega cilja

Če se odpravljate v državo, kjer angleščina ni prvi jezik, bodite pripravljeni. Poiščite besede, ki pomenijo najslabše za tiste, ki jedo brez glutena, npr "Pšenica" "komaj" "slad" "rž," in jih zapišite. Ko ste v supermarketu, pred nakupom preverite sestavine česar koli.

Če se pojavi katera od teh besed, veste, da to ni hrana za vas.

3. Naučite se stavka "Jaz sem celiakija"

Obstaja razlika med "brez glutena" in "celiakijo", vendar je to težko prikazati, če ste v tujinski državi. Najbolje je, da imate ta stavek v mislih in ga uporabite, ko ga potrebujete.

Zagotovo vam bo prišel v restavracijah in kavarnah, ko boste želeli dvakrat preveriti pri natakarju. In hej, ob skrbi za svoje zdravje se boste naučili nekaj novih jezikov!

Cvetovi bučk na španski tržnici

4. Ko imate priložnost, si privoščite prigrizke

In pri tem pravilno prigriznite. Izogibajte se sladkim prigrizkom in bodite hvaležni, da teh nezdravih piškotov pravzaprav ne morete jesti zaradi glutena. Suho sadje, oreški in sir so najboljši način za prigrizek, da ohranite raven energije in napolnite telo z beljakovinami dneve, polne ogledov.

5. Vedno vprašajte v restavracijah

Tudi če na meniju piše, da je brez glutena (dobro boste navajeni opaziti tisti veličastni GF), je vseeno vredno dvakrat preveriti. Poskrbite, da omake, marinade in priloge niso bile kuhane v bližini izdelkov iz glutena. Zapomnite si tisti priročen stavek, ki ste se ga naučili za tujejezično državo- to je čas, da ga uporabite!

6. Ne bodi preveč ponosen

Neustreznost glutena se ne sme sramovati. Če nameravate jesti v restavraciji in si resnično želite burgerja, najbolje uganite, da kruh ne bo brez glutena.

Ko imate priložnost, si v supermarketu založite kruh brez glutena in ga nosite v torbi. Boom. Idealen za hamburger. Razložite situacijo svojemu natakarju in verjetnost je, da boste lahko uporabili svoj kruh.

V vprašanju nikoli ni škode!

7. Naredite nekaj raziskav

Spoznajte državo, v katero greste! Preberite ocene drugih popotnikov in si oglejte, kaj so povedali o prijaznosti destinacije brez glutena. Nekatere države se s tem spopadajo bolje kot druge in so bolj ustrežljive. Morda boste presenečeni, da so nekatere države neverjetno prijazne brez glutena- vključno z Italijo!

Če veste, v kaj se usmerjate, ste lahko bolj pripravljeni in nadzirate svojo prehrano.

Zajtrk v La Loma Tree Lodge v Bocas del Toro, Panama

8. Ne delajte predpostavk

Če je izdelek doma brez glutena, ne domnevajte, da je v tujini. Vedno preverite sestavine, tudi če je blagovna znamka, ki jo poznate in imate radi. In ne pozabite, da če ste v tuje govoreči državi, morate na ključne sestavine pogledati te sestavine!

9. Google It

Če naletite na sestavino, za katero niste prepričani, se posvetujte s svojim zaupnim prijateljem Googlom. V supermarketu bo morda trajalo dlje, ko boste pregledali vse sestavine, vendar je za to pomembno, da si vzamete čas.

Vi in vaši prijatelji bi raje preživeli čas v supermarketu in skrbeli za svoje zdravje, kot pa da bi kasneje preživeli čas, ko bi se počutili slabo!

10. Če ste v dvomih, ne!

Ne želite tvegati z izdelki, ki so videti nekoliko nejasno in vam lahko zbolijo. Dobro poznate svoje telo in omejitve glutena, zato veste, kako se bo vaše telo odzvalo. Če nekaj ne izgleda ali se ne počuti dobro, ga ne jejte.

Zaupajte svojemu črevesju- dobesedno!


10 koristnih nasvetov za popotnike brez glutena

Potovanje je lahko zelo težko za naše telo in pogosto se nam prebavni sistem prvi zazdi domotožje. Med norimi časi bujenja za lete ali nenehnim jedenjem je lahko težko imeti kakršno koli rutino.

Za vsakogar, ki ima dodatne prehranske potrebe, je potovanje lahko veliko težje!

Obstaja toliko ljudi, ki iz zdravstvenih razlogov ne morejo jesti glutena. Če ste to vi, bodite prepričani, da vam med potovanjem ni treba delati kompromisov.

Teh 10 koristnih nasvetov za popotnike brez glutena vam bo pomagalo ostati srečen in zdrav v tujini!

Mezze v Ammanu v Jordaniji

1. Poiščite supermarket (ali lekarno)

To vam bo olajšalo življenje brez glutena. Če supermarket v destinaciji, v kateri se nahajate, nima dostojnega oddelka brez glutena, obiščite lekarno, ker bo verjetno na voljo več raznolikosti.

Ne pozabite, da so cene hrane brez glutena lahko dražje, vendar so supermarketi še vedno pot do najcenejšega načina, kako ohraniti prehrano na pravi poti. Zato vzemite kruh, piškote in torto brez glutena ter si privoščite piknik s prijatelji!

2. Naučite se ključnih besed v jeziku svojega cilja

Če se odpravljate v državo, kjer angleščina ni prvi jezik, bodite pripravljeni. Poiščite besede, ki pomenijo najslabše za tiste, ki jedo brez glutena, npr "Pšenica" "komaj" "slad" "rž," in jih zapišite. Ko ste v supermarketu, pred nakupom preverite sestavine česar koli.

Če se pojavi katera od teh besed, veste, da to ni hrana za vas.

3. Naučite se stavka "Jaz sem celiakija"

Obstaja razlika med "brez glutena" in "celiakijo", vendar je to težko prikazati, če ste v tujinski državi. Najbolje je, da imate ta stavek v mislih in ga uporabite, ko ga potrebujete.

Zagotovo vam bo prišel v restavracijah in kavarnah, ko boste želeli dvakrat preveriti pri natakarju. In hej, ob skrbi za svoje zdravje se boste naučili nekaj novih jezikov!

Cvetovi bučk na španski tržnici

4. Ko imate priložnost, si privoščite prigrizke

In pri tem pravilno prigriznite. Izogibajte se sladkim prigrizkom in bodite hvaležni, da teh nezdravih piškotov pravzaprav ne morete jesti zaradi glutena. Suho sadje, oreški in sir so najboljši način za prigrizek, da ohranite raven energije in napolnite telo z beljakovinami dneve, polne ogledov.

5. Vedno vprašajte v restavracijah

Tudi če na meniju piše, da je brez glutena (dobro boste navajeni opaziti tisti veličastni GF), je vseeno vredno dvakrat preveriti. Poskrbite, da omake, marinade in priloge niso bile kuhane v bližini izdelkov iz glutena. Zapomnite si tisti priročen stavek, ki ste se ga naučili za tujejezično državo- to je čas, da ga uporabite!

6. Ne bodi preveč ponosen

Neustreznost glutena se ne sme sramovati. Če nameravate jesti v restavraciji in si resnično želite burgerja, najbolje uganite, da kruh ne bo brez glutena.

Ko imate priložnost, si v supermarketu založite kruh brez glutena in ga nosite v torbi. Boom. Idealen za hamburger. Razložite situacijo svojemu natakarju in verjetnost je, da boste lahko uporabili svoj kruh.

V vprašanju nikoli ni škode!

7. Naredite nekaj raziskav

Spoznajte državo, v katero greste! Preberite ocene drugih popotnikov in si oglejte, kaj so povedali o prijaznosti destinacije brez glutena. Nekatere države se s tem spopadajo bolje kot druge in so bolj ustrežljive. Morda boste presenečeni, da so nekatere države neverjetno prijazne brez glutena- vključno z Italijo!

Če veste, v kaj se usmerjate, ste lahko bolj pripravljeni in nadzirate svojo prehrano.

Zajtrk v La Loma Tree Lodge v Bocas del Toro, Panama

8. Ne delajte predpostavk

Če je izdelek doma brez glutena, ne domnevajte, da je v tujini. Vedno preverite sestavine, tudi če je blagovna znamka, ki jo poznate in imate radi. In ne pozabite, da če ste v tuje govoreči državi, morate na ključne sestavine pogledati te sestavine!

9. Google It

Če naletite na sestavino, za katero niste prepričani, se posvetujte s svojim zaupnim prijateljem Googlom. V supermarketu bo morda trajalo dlje, ko boste pregledali vse sestavine, vendar je za to pomembno, da si vzamete čas.

Vi in vaši prijatelji bi raje preživeli čas v supermarketu in skrbeli za svoje zdravje, kot pa da bi kasneje preživeli čas, ko bi se počutili slabo!

10. Če ste v dvomih, ne!

Ne želite tvegati z izdelki, ki so videti nekoliko nejasno in vam lahko zbolijo. Dobro poznate svoje telo in omejitve glutena, zato veste, kako se bo vaše telo odzvalo. Če nekaj ne izgleda ali se ne počuti dobro, ga ne jejte.

Zaupajte svojemu črevesju- dobesedno!


10 koristnih nasvetov za popotnike brez glutena

Potovanje je lahko zelo težko za naše telo in pogosto se nam prebavni sistem prvi zazdi domotožje. Med norimi časi bujenja za lete ali nenehnim jedenjem je lahko težko imeti kakršno koli rutino.

Za vsakogar, ki ima dodatne prehranske potrebe, je potovanje lahko veliko težje!

Obstaja toliko ljudi, ki iz zdravstvenih razlogov ne morejo jesti glutena. Če ste to vi, bodite prepričani, da vam med potovanjem ni treba delati kompromisov.

Teh 10 koristnih nasvetov za popotnike brez glutena vam bo pomagalo ostati srečen in zdrav v tujini!

Mezze v Ammanu v Jordaniji

1. Poiščite supermarket (ali lekarno)

To vam bo olajšalo življenje brez glutena. Če supermarket v destinaciji, v kateri se nahajate, nima dostojnega oddelka brez glutena, obiščite lekarno, ker bo verjetno na voljo več raznolikosti.

Ne pozabite, da so cene hrane brez glutena lahko dražje, vendar so supermarketi še vedno pot do najcenejšega načina, kako ohraniti prehrano na pravi poti. Zato vzemite kruh, piškote in torto brez glutena ter si privoščite piknik s prijatelji!

2. Naučite se ključnih besed v jeziku svojega cilja

Če se odpravljate v državo, kjer angleščina ni prvi jezik, bodite pripravljeni. Poiščite besede, ki pomenijo najslabše za tiste, ki jedo brez glutena, npr "Pšenica" "komaj" "slad" "rž," in jih zapišite. Ko ste v supermarketu, pred nakupom preverite sestavine česar koli.

Če se pojavi katera od teh besed, veste, da to ni hrana za vas.

3. Naučite se stavka za "Jaz sem celiakija"

Obstaja razlika med "brez glutena" in "celiakijo", vendar je to težko prikazati, če ste v tujinski državi. Najbolje je, da imate ta stavek v mislih in ga uporabite, ko ga potrebujete.

Zagotovo vam bo prišel v restavracijah in kavarnah, ko boste želeli dvakrat preveriti pri natakarju. In hej, ob skrbi za svoje zdravje se boste naučili nekaj novih jezikov!

Cvetovi bučk na španski tržnici

4. Ko imate priložnost, si privoščite prigrizke

In pri tem pravilno prigriznite. Izogibajte se sladkim prigrizkom in bodite hvaležni, da teh nezdravih piškotov pravzaprav ne morete jesti zaradi glutena. Suho sadje, oreški in sir so najboljši način za prigrizek, da ohranite raven energije in napolnite telo z beljakovinami dneve, polne ogledov.

5. Vedno vprašajte v restavracijah

Tudi če na meniju piše, da je brez glutena (dobro boste navajeni opaziti tisti veličastni GF), je vseeno vredno dvakrat preveriti. Poskrbite, da omake, marinade in priloge niso bile kuhane v bližini izdelkov iz glutena. Ne pozabite na priročen stavek, ki ste se ga naučili za tujejezično državo- to je čas, da ga uporabite!

6. Ne bodi preveč ponosen

Neustreznost glutena se ne sme sramovati. Če nameravate jesti v restavraciji in si resnično želite burgerja, najbolje uganite, da kruh ne bo brez glutena.

Ko imate priložnost, si v supermarketu založite kruh brez glutena in ga nosite v torbi. Boom. Idealen za hamburger. Razložite situacijo svojemu natakarju in verjetnost je, da boste lahko uporabili svoj kruh.

V vprašanju nikoli ni škode!

7. Naredite nekaj raziskav

Spoznajte državo, v katero greste! Preberite ocene drugih popotnikov in si oglejte, kaj so povedali o prijaznosti destinacije brez glutena. Nekatere države se s tem spopadajo bolje kot druge in so bolj ustrežljive. Morda boste presenečeni, da so nekatere države neverjetno prijazne brez glutena- vključno z Italijo!

Če veste, v kaj se usmerjate, ste lahko bolj pripravljeni in nadzirate svojo prehrano.

Zajtrk v La Loma Tree Lodge v Bocas del Toro, Panama

8. Ne delajte predpostavk

Če je izdelek doma brez glutena, ne domnevajte, da je v tujini. Vedno preverite sestavine, tudi če je blagovna znamka, ki jo poznate in imate radi. In ne pozabite, da če ste v tuje govoreči državi, morate na ključne sestavine pogledati te sestavine!

9. Google It

Če naletite na sestavino, za katero niste prepričani, se posvetujte s svojim zaupnim prijateljem Googlom. V supermarketu bo morda trajalo dlje, ko boste pregledali vse sestavine, vendar je za to pomembno, da si vzamete čas.

Vi in vaši prijatelji bi raje preživeli čas v supermarketu, da bi skrbeli za svoje zdravje, kot pa da bi pozneje porabili čas za slabo počutje!

10. Če ste v dvomih, ne!

Ne želite tvegati z izdelki, ki so videti nekoliko nejasno in bi lahko zboleli. Dobro poznate svoje telo in svoje omejitve glutena, zato veste, kako se bo vaše telo odzvalo. Če nekaj ne izgleda ali se ne počuti dobro, ga ne jejte.

Zaupajte svojemu črevesju- dobesedno!


10 koristnih nasvetov za popotnike brez glutena

Potovanje je lahko zelo težko za naše telo in pogosto se nam prebavni sistem prvi zazdi domotožje. Med norimi časi bujenja za lete ali nenehnim jedenjem je lahko težko imeti kakršno koli rutino.

Za vsakogar, ki ima dodatne prehranske potrebe, je potovanje lahko veliko težje!

Obstaja toliko ljudi, ki iz zdravstvenih razlogov ne morejo jesti glutena. Če ste to vi, bodite prepričani, da vam med potovanjem ni treba delati kompromisov.

Teh 10 koristnih nasvetov za popotnike brez glutena vam bo pomagalo ostati srečen in zdrav v tujini!

Mezze v Ammanu v Jordaniji

1. Poiščite supermarket (ali lekarno)

To vam bo olajšalo življenje brez glutena. Če supermarket v destinaciji, v kateri se nahajate, nima dostojnega oddelka brez glutena, obiščite lekarno, ker bo verjetno na voljo več raznolikosti.

Ne pozabite, da so cene hrane brez glutena lahko dražje, vendar so supermarketi še vedno pot do najcenejšega načina, da ohranite prehrano na pravi poti. Zato vzemite kruh, piškote in torto brez glutena ter si privoščite piknik s prijatelji!

2. Naučite se ključnih besed v jeziku svojega cilja

Če se odpravljate v državo, kjer angleščina ni prvi jezik, bodite pripravljeni. Look up the words that mean the worst for gluten-free eaters, such as ‘wheat’ ‘barely’ ‘malt’ ‘rye,’ and write them down. When you’re at the supermarket, check the ingredients of anything before you buy it.

If one of these words pops up, you know it’s not the food for you.

3. Learn the Sentence for ‘I am Celiac’

There is a difference between ‘gluten-free’ and ‘celiac,’ but this is hard to convey if you’re in a foreign speaking country. Your best bet is to have this sentence in your mind and use it when you need.

It will certainly come in handy at restaurants and cafes when you want to double check something with the waiter. And hey, you’ll get to learn some new languages while taking care of your health!

Squash Blossoms at Spanish Market

4. Stock Up on Snacks When You Get the Chance

And snack properly when you do this. Avoid the sugary snacks and be grateful that you actually can’t have those unhealthy cookies because of the gluten in them. Dried fruits, nuts and cheese are your best bet for snacking to keep the energy levels up and fuel your body with protein for days full of sightseeing.

5. Always Ask at Restaurants

Even if the menu says it’s gluten-free (you’ll be well accustomed to spotting that glorious GF) it is still worth double checking. Make sure that the sauces, marinades and side dishes haven’t been cooked near gluten products. Remember that handy sentence you’ve learned for a foreign speaking country- this is the time to use it!

6. Don’t Be Too Proud

Not being able to digest gluten isn’t something to be ashamed of. If you’re planning on eating at a restaurant, and you really want a burger, your best guess is the bread won’t be gluten-free.

Stock up on gluten-free bread at the supermarket when you get the chance and carry some in your bag. Boom. Perfect for a burger. Explain the situation to your waiter and odds are you’ll be allowed to use your own bread.

There is never any harm in asking!

7. Do Some Research

Get to know the country you’re going to! Read reviews from other travelers and see what they’ve said about the gluten-free friendliness of the destination. Some countries deal with it better than other and are more accommodating. You may be surprised that some countries are incredibly gluten-free friendly- Italy included!

If you know what you’re heading into, you can be more prepared and in control of your diet.

Breakfast at La Loma Tree Lodge in Bocas del Toro, Panama

8. Don’t Make Assumptions

If a product is gluten-free back home, don’t assume it is abroad. Always check the ingredients, even if it’s a brand that you know and love. And remember, if you’re in a foreign speaking country, you’ve got those key words to look out on the ingredients list!

9. Google It

If you come across an ingredient that you’re not sure about, consult your trusty friend Google. It might take longer at the supermarket going through all the ingredients, but this is an important thing to make time for.

You, and your friends, would rather spend time at the supermarket looking after your health than spend time later on feeling sick!

10. If in Doubt, Don’t!

You don’t want to take chances with products that look a little sketchy and could make you sick. You know your body well and your gluten limitations, so you know how your body is going to react. If something doesn’t look or feel right, don’t eat it.

Trust your gut- literally!


10 Helpful Tips for Gluten-Free Travelers

Traveling can be pretty hard on our bodies and often our digestive systems are the first to feel homesick. Between crazy wake up times for flights or constantly dining out, it can be difficult to have any kind of routine.

For anyone with additional dietary requirements, travel can be a much harder!

There are so many people who can’t eat gluten for health reasons. If this is you, rest assured that you don’t have to compromise while traveling.

These 10 helpful tips for gluten-free travelers will help you stay happy and healthy abroad!

Mezze in Amman, Jordan

1. Find a Supermarket (or Pharmacy)

This is what is going to make your gluten-free life so much easier. If the supermarket in the destination you’re in doesn’t have a decent gluten-free section, check out the pharmacy because they’ll probably stock more variety.

Keep in mind that the prices of gluten-free food can be more expensive, but supermarkets are still the way to go for the cheapest way to keep you diet on track. So grab some gluten-free bread, cookies and cake and have a picnic with your friends!

2. Learn Key Words in the Language of Your Destination

If you’re going to a country where English isn’t the first language, be prepared. Look up the words that mean the worst for gluten-free eaters, such as ‘wheat’ ‘barely’ ‘malt’ ‘rye,’ and write them down. When you’re at the supermarket, check the ingredients of anything before you buy it.

If one of these words pops up, you know it’s not the food for you.

3. Learn the Sentence for ‘I am Celiac’

There is a difference between ‘gluten-free’ and ‘celiac,’ but this is hard to convey if you’re in a foreign speaking country. Your best bet is to have this sentence in your mind and use it when you need.

It will certainly come in handy at restaurants and cafes when you want to double check something with the waiter. And hey, you’ll get to learn some new languages while taking care of your health!

Squash Blossoms at Spanish Market

4. Stock Up on Snacks When You Get the Chance

And snack properly when you do this. Avoid the sugary snacks and be grateful that you actually can’t have those unhealthy cookies because of the gluten in them. Dried fruits, nuts and cheese are your best bet for snacking to keep the energy levels up and fuel your body with protein for days full of sightseeing.

5. Always Ask at Restaurants

Even if the menu says it’s gluten-free (you’ll be well accustomed to spotting that glorious GF) it is still worth double checking. Make sure that the sauces, marinades and side dishes haven’t been cooked near gluten products. Remember that handy sentence you’ve learned for a foreign speaking country- this is the time to use it!

6. Don’t Be Too Proud

Not being able to digest gluten isn’t something to be ashamed of. If you’re planning on eating at a restaurant, and you really want a burger, your best guess is the bread won’t be gluten-free.

Stock up on gluten-free bread at the supermarket when you get the chance and carry some in your bag. Boom. Perfect for a burger. Explain the situation to your waiter and odds are you’ll be allowed to use your own bread.

There is never any harm in asking!

7. Do Some Research

Get to know the country you’re going to! Read reviews from other travelers and see what they’ve said about the gluten-free friendliness of the destination. Some countries deal with it better than other and are more accommodating. You may be surprised that some countries are incredibly gluten-free friendly- Italy included!

If you know what you’re heading into, you can be more prepared and in control of your diet.

Breakfast at La Loma Tree Lodge in Bocas del Toro, Panama

8. Don’t Make Assumptions

If a product is gluten-free back home, don’t assume it is abroad. Always check the ingredients, even if it’s a brand that you know and love. And remember, if you’re in a foreign speaking country, you’ve got those key words to look out on the ingredients list!

9. Google It

If you come across an ingredient that you’re not sure about, consult your trusty friend Google. It might take longer at the supermarket going through all the ingredients, but this is an important thing to make time for.

You, and your friends, would rather spend time at the supermarket looking after your health than spend time later on feeling sick!

10. If in Doubt, Don’t!

You don’t want to take chances with products that look a little sketchy and could make you sick. You know your body well and your gluten limitations, so you know how your body is going to react. If something doesn’t look or feel right, don’t eat it.

Trust your gut- literally!


10 Helpful Tips for Gluten-Free Travelers

Traveling can be pretty hard on our bodies and often our digestive systems are the first to feel homesick. Between crazy wake up times for flights or constantly dining out, it can be difficult to have any kind of routine.

For anyone with additional dietary requirements, travel can be a much harder!

There are so many people who can’t eat gluten for health reasons. If this is you, rest assured that you don’t have to compromise while traveling.

These 10 helpful tips for gluten-free travelers will help you stay happy and healthy abroad!

Mezze in Amman, Jordan

1. Find a Supermarket (or Pharmacy)

This is what is going to make your gluten-free life so much easier. If the supermarket in the destination you’re in doesn’t have a decent gluten-free section, check out the pharmacy because they’ll probably stock more variety.

Keep in mind that the prices of gluten-free food can be more expensive, but supermarkets are still the way to go for the cheapest way to keep you diet on track. So grab some gluten-free bread, cookies and cake and have a picnic with your friends!

2. Learn Key Words in the Language of Your Destination

If you’re going to a country where English isn’t the first language, be prepared. Look up the words that mean the worst for gluten-free eaters, such as ‘wheat’ ‘barely’ ‘malt’ ‘rye,’ and write them down. When you’re at the supermarket, check the ingredients of anything before you buy it.

If one of these words pops up, you know it’s not the food for you.

3. Learn the Sentence for ‘I am Celiac’

There is a difference between ‘gluten-free’ and ‘celiac,’ but this is hard to convey if you’re in a foreign speaking country. Your best bet is to have this sentence in your mind and use it when you need.

It will certainly come in handy at restaurants and cafes when you want to double check something with the waiter. And hey, you’ll get to learn some new languages while taking care of your health!

Squash Blossoms at Spanish Market

4. Stock Up on Snacks When You Get the Chance

And snack properly when you do this. Avoid the sugary snacks and be grateful that you actually can’t have those unhealthy cookies because of the gluten in them. Dried fruits, nuts and cheese are your best bet for snacking to keep the energy levels up and fuel your body with protein for days full of sightseeing.

5. Always Ask at Restaurants

Even if the menu says it’s gluten-free (you’ll be well accustomed to spotting that glorious GF) it is still worth double checking. Make sure that the sauces, marinades and side dishes haven’t been cooked near gluten products. Remember that handy sentence you’ve learned for a foreign speaking country- this is the time to use it!

6. Don’t Be Too Proud

Not being able to digest gluten isn’t something to be ashamed of. If you’re planning on eating at a restaurant, and you really want a burger, your best guess is the bread won’t be gluten-free.

Stock up on gluten-free bread at the supermarket when you get the chance and carry some in your bag. Boom. Perfect for a burger. Explain the situation to your waiter and odds are you’ll be allowed to use your own bread.

There is never any harm in asking!

7. Do Some Research

Get to know the country you’re going to! Read reviews from other travelers and see what they’ve said about the gluten-free friendliness of the destination. Some countries deal with it better than other and are more accommodating. You may be surprised that some countries are incredibly gluten-free friendly- Italy included!

If you know what you’re heading into, you can be more prepared and in control of your diet.

Breakfast at La Loma Tree Lodge in Bocas del Toro, Panama

8. Don’t Make Assumptions

If a product is gluten-free back home, don’t assume it is abroad. Always check the ingredients, even if it’s a brand that you know and love. And remember, if you’re in a foreign speaking country, you’ve got those key words to look out on the ingredients list!

9. Google It

If you come across an ingredient that you’re not sure about, consult your trusty friend Google. It might take longer at the supermarket going through all the ingredients, but this is an important thing to make time for.

You, and your friends, would rather spend time at the supermarket looking after your health than spend time later on feeling sick!

10. If in Doubt, Don’t!

You don’t want to take chances with products that look a little sketchy and could make you sick. You know your body well and your gluten limitations, so you know how your body is going to react. If something doesn’t look or feel right, don’t eat it.

Trust your gut- literally!


10 Helpful Tips for Gluten-Free Travelers

Traveling can be pretty hard on our bodies and often our digestive systems are the first to feel homesick. Between crazy wake up times for flights or constantly dining out, it can be difficult to have any kind of routine.

For anyone with additional dietary requirements, travel can be a much harder!

There are so many people who can’t eat gluten for health reasons. If this is you, rest assured that you don’t have to compromise while traveling.

These 10 helpful tips for gluten-free travelers will help you stay happy and healthy abroad!

Mezze in Amman, Jordan

1. Find a Supermarket (or Pharmacy)

This is what is going to make your gluten-free life so much easier. If the supermarket in the destination you’re in doesn’t have a decent gluten-free section, check out the pharmacy because they’ll probably stock more variety.

Keep in mind that the prices of gluten-free food can be more expensive, but supermarkets are still the way to go for the cheapest way to keep you diet on track. So grab some gluten-free bread, cookies and cake and have a picnic with your friends!

2. Learn Key Words in the Language of Your Destination

If you’re going to a country where English isn’t the first language, be prepared. Look up the words that mean the worst for gluten-free eaters, such as ‘wheat’ ‘barely’ ‘malt’ ‘rye,’ and write them down. When you’re at the supermarket, check the ingredients of anything before you buy it.

If one of these words pops up, you know it’s not the food for you.

3. Learn the Sentence for ‘I am Celiac’

There is a difference between ‘gluten-free’ and ‘celiac,’ but this is hard to convey if you’re in a foreign speaking country. Your best bet is to have this sentence in your mind and use it when you need.

It will certainly come in handy at restaurants and cafes when you want to double check something with the waiter. And hey, you’ll get to learn some new languages while taking care of your health!

Squash Blossoms at Spanish Market

4. Stock Up on Snacks When You Get the Chance

And snack properly when you do this. Avoid the sugary snacks and be grateful that you actually can’t have those unhealthy cookies because of the gluten in them. Dried fruits, nuts and cheese are your best bet for snacking to keep the energy levels up and fuel your body with protein for days full of sightseeing.

5. Always Ask at Restaurants

Even if the menu says it’s gluten-free (you’ll be well accustomed to spotting that glorious GF) it is still worth double checking. Make sure that the sauces, marinades and side dishes haven’t been cooked near gluten products. Remember that handy sentence you’ve learned for a foreign speaking country- this is the time to use it!

6. Don’t Be Too Proud

Not being able to digest gluten isn’t something to be ashamed of. If you’re planning on eating at a restaurant, and you really want a burger, your best guess is the bread won’t be gluten-free.

Stock up on gluten-free bread at the supermarket when you get the chance and carry some in your bag. Boom. Perfect for a burger. Explain the situation to your waiter and odds are you’ll be allowed to use your own bread.

There is never any harm in asking!

7. Do Some Research

Get to know the country you’re going to! Read reviews from other travelers and see what they’ve said about the gluten-free friendliness of the destination. Some countries deal with it better than other and are more accommodating. You may be surprised that some countries are incredibly gluten-free friendly- Italy included!

If you know what you’re heading into, you can be more prepared and in control of your diet.

Breakfast at La Loma Tree Lodge in Bocas del Toro, Panama

8. Don’t Make Assumptions

If a product is gluten-free back home, don’t assume it is abroad. Always check the ingredients, even if it’s a brand that you know and love. And remember, if you’re in a foreign speaking country, you’ve got those key words to look out on the ingredients list!

9. Google It

If you come across an ingredient that you’re not sure about, consult your trusty friend Google. It might take longer at the supermarket going through all the ingredients, but this is an important thing to make time for.

You, and your friends, would rather spend time at the supermarket looking after your health than spend time later on feeling sick!

10. If in Doubt, Don’t!

You don’t want to take chances with products that look a little sketchy and could make you sick. You know your body well and your gluten limitations, so you know how your body is going to react. If something doesn’t look or feel right, don’t eat it.

Trust your gut- literally!


10 Helpful Tips for Gluten-Free Travelers

Traveling can be pretty hard on our bodies and often our digestive systems are the first to feel homesick. Between crazy wake up times for flights or constantly dining out, it can be difficult to have any kind of routine.

For anyone with additional dietary requirements, travel can be a much harder!

There are so many people who can’t eat gluten for health reasons. If this is you, rest assured that you don’t have to compromise while traveling.

These 10 helpful tips for gluten-free travelers will help you stay happy and healthy abroad!

Mezze in Amman, Jordan

1. Find a Supermarket (or Pharmacy)

This is what is going to make your gluten-free life so much easier. If the supermarket in the destination you’re in doesn’t have a decent gluten-free section, check out the pharmacy because they’ll probably stock more variety.

Keep in mind that the prices of gluten-free food can be more expensive, but supermarkets are still the way to go for the cheapest way to keep you diet on track. So grab some gluten-free bread, cookies and cake and have a picnic with your friends!

2. Learn Key Words in the Language of Your Destination

If you’re going to a country where English isn’t the first language, be prepared. Look up the words that mean the worst for gluten-free eaters, such as ‘wheat’ ‘barely’ ‘malt’ ‘rye,’ and write them down. When you’re at the supermarket, check the ingredients of anything before you buy it.

If one of these words pops up, you know it’s not the food for you.

3. Learn the Sentence for ‘I am Celiac’

There is a difference between ‘gluten-free’ and ‘celiac,’ but this is hard to convey if you’re in a foreign speaking country. Your best bet is to have this sentence in your mind and use it when you need.

It will certainly come in handy at restaurants and cafes when you want to double check something with the waiter. And hey, you’ll get to learn some new languages while taking care of your health!

Squash Blossoms at Spanish Market

4. Stock Up on Snacks When You Get the Chance

And snack properly when you do this. Avoid the sugary snacks and be grateful that you actually can’t have those unhealthy cookies because of the gluten in them. Dried fruits, nuts and cheese are your best bet for snacking to keep the energy levels up and fuel your body with protein for days full of sightseeing.

5. Always Ask at Restaurants

Even if the menu says it’s gluten-free (you’ll be well accustomed to spotting that glorious GF) it is still worth double checking. Make sure that the sauces, marinades and side dishes haven’t been cooked near gluten products. Remember that handy sentence you’ve learned for a foreign speaking country- this is the time to use it!

6. Don’t Be Too Proud

Not being able to digest gluten isn’t something to be ashamed of. If you’re planning on eating at a restaurant, and you really want a burger, your best guess is the bread won’t be gluten-free.

Stock up on gluten-free bread at the supermarket when you get the chance and carry some in your bag. Boom. Perfect for a burger. Explain the situation to your waiter and odds are you’ll be allowed to use your own bread.

There is never any harm in asking!

7. Do Some Research

Get to know the country you’re going to! Read reviews from other travelers and see what they’ve said about the gluten-free friendliness of the destination. Some countries deal with it better than other and are more accommodating. You may be surprised that some countries are incredibly gluten-free friendly- Italy included!

If you know what you’re heading into, you can be more prepared and in control of your diet.

Breakfast at La Loma Tree Lodge in Bocas del Toro, Panama

8. Don’t Make Assumptions

If a product is gluten-free back home, don’t assume it is abroad. Always check the ingredients, even if it’s a brand that you know and love. And remember, if you’re in a foreign speaking country, you’ve got those key words to look out on the ingredients list!

9. Google It

If you come across an ingredient that you’re not sure about, consult your trusty friend Google. It might take longer at the supermarket going through all the ingredients, but this is an important thing to make time for.

You, and your friends, would rather spend time at the supermarket looking after your health than spend time later on feeling sick!

10. If in Doubt, Don’t!

You don’t want to take chances with products that look a little sketchy and could make you sick. You know your body well and your gluten limitations, so you know how your body is going to react. If something doesn’t look or feel right, don’t eat it.

Trust your gut- literally!