What's your biggest challenge to going gluten free?Finding products that taste goodFinding products you know are gluten freeMaintaining a nutritious diet while being gluten freeFinding local support and resourcesLiving in a non-gluten-free homeDining out/going to dinner parties
How has the role of food changed in your life since going gluten free?I am more conscious of my nutritional choicesI eat healthier overallI eat less healthyI prepare more food at homeI find it difficult to prepare food for myself and for my familyThe role of food in my life hasn't changed
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I have started with this problem and I know your newsletter will help me to plan and eat well.
I haven't been diagnosed with a gluten problem, but I have been wondering if that could be part of the trouble I am having.
Not sure if gluten is a problem for me
I'm really looking forward to getting new ideas and fun recipes from this source.
Thank you for your help.
I just wanted know I can and can't eat that won't set my IBS or Gluten Intorenance off.
Thank you for compling this information
Thsnk u for compiling this info
My son has been eating gluten free since the age of 14, he is now 35. I have recently decided to go gluten free, mainly because of a book recommending a wheat free lifestyle for weight loss.
Begun, the great internet edciatuon has.
I have been diagnosed gluten interlorant recently. Looking for help!
But also anaphylactic to nuts and legumes as well! hmmm this makes life very interesting!!
My 2 sister and I have been diagnosed with Celiac Disease, they follow a Gluten Free Diet for the most part. I was diagnosed about 4 yrs and have yet to keep away from Gluten, but now I am ready, but find it a Huge Struggle.