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Are French Fries Gluten Free?

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A couple of questions that I frequently receive while presenting at conferences are if French fries are gluten free and how to ensure that there is no cross contact with other foods that contain gluten and other allergens. Read more

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Gluten Free and Allergy Airport Food Tips

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airport tipsAt the airport and want to buy some quick gluten free and allergy friendly snacks for the flight, looking for a gluten free meal or just have time for gluten free fast food? Well, thankfully now, airports around the world are beginning to offer gluten free and allergy friendly snacks and food for travelers at food stands, quick service carry-outs and markets. Read more

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How to Pack for Gluten Free & Food Allergy Travel

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Airline - Girl at AirportPacking for trips when traveling gluten free due to celiac disease as well as with food allergies is continually discussed when I’m guest speaking at conferences. From my perspective, maintaining a 100% gluten free and dairy free diet for over 12 years has definitely changed the way that I pack for business trips and vacation. Read more

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Top 10 Tips for Safe Gluten Free and Allergy Free Travel

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Travel (3)On a global basis, it is estimated that 300-plus million individuals worldwide are now managing special dietary needs. According to global market research sponsored by GlutenFree Passport, over 85% of gluten free and allergy free individuals have two primary concerns when traveling: Read more

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Living Gluten Free and Allergy Free Videos on YouTube

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After receiving numerous requests for videos about how to eat, travel and live gluten free and allergy free, my team and I decided to expand my YouTube video channel. Read more

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Gluten & Allergy Free Starter Kit

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“How do I start my gluten free life? I don’t even know where to begin!” After being asked this question more times than I can remember over the years, I am finally posting my suggestions to help even more people around the world. Read more

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Best Food Allergy Mobile Apps and Gluten Free Too!

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My team and I are thrilled to have been notified that our app iEatOut Gluten & Allergy Free was voted as one of the top food allergy apps of 2013, 2014 and 2015 by Healthline. This is one of our favorite apps because once you select your food allergen concerns to personalize your app, you see ethnic food ingredients and questions to ask for safe eating in restaurants close to home and around the world. Read more

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Love TSA Pre-Approved Traveler

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While going through security to fly out of Chicago O’Hare International Airport last week, I found myself thinking about how much I love the U.S. Transportation Security Adminsitration (TSA) Pre-Approved Traveler program. Read more

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Sunrise and Gluten Free at Magical Machu Picchu

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Machu Picchu has been a dream of mine ever since I was a little girl. Well, finally a month ago, the timing was right and I was ready for my long awaited journey to the Land of the Incas! Read more

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Order Gluten Free & Diabetic Airline Meals

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Many airlines around the world cater to those who would like to eat or require special dietary meals when traveling by air. You either need to contact the airline directly to order a special meal or have this preference included in your frequent flyer profile. Read more

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Gluten Free Dining Language Cards

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I fell in love with languages back in high school where I studied French and Spanish. After that,  while living in Italy, Brazil and Germany,  I also studied Italian, Portuguese and German. So being able to communicate in foreign languages is really important to me. Read more

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