Why Wheat Free?

1 in 7 people have an allergy to wheat ranging from severe allergy to slight intolerance. I fall into the “severe intolerance” category – and I have many more allergies and intolerances, which I found out by taking the ALCAT food intolerance blood test.

I’ve been gluten free for 10 years now. Back when I first started, there were very few gluten free resources, and restaurants never had gluten free menus!

It was really hard for me to get used to living the wheat free life and finding great tasting alternatives. Since so many people with celiac disease and wheat/gluten intolerances have asked me for my advice, I’ve realized that there’s still a great need for resources in this field.

I hope you find the restaurant reviews, recipes, and tips on this blog useful. I love helping as many people as I can, so don’t hesitate to contact me with your questions. I’d also love to hear how you live the wheat free life!

One response to this post.

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