The sad truth is that roughly 60 percent of those who develop celiac disease in adulthood don’t heal with a gluten-free diet alone. So, what else is going on?
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After 10 years of living all around the globe with celiac disease, Jodi Ettenberg has become an expert on how to eat as safely as possible in any corner of the world.
Whether you’re embarking on a solo adventure, jetting off for a romantic getaway, or taking the kids to Disney World, travel offers immeasurable benefits. Trips provide a much-needed break from the routine, renew our sense of wonder, and deliver a fresh perspective on life. As Pico Iyer put it, "Travel is not really about leaving our homes, but leaving our habits." However, when we are living with allergies, food sensitivities or within a specific dietary system, it is precisely when we break our daily habits that we open ourselves to health risks. Whether you are living with celiac disease, gluten sensitivity, or following a Paleo diet, you’ll want to keep gluten out of your diet even when you may temporarily relax the rest of your healthy habits.
After my son and I got diagnosed with Celiac disease two years ago, I had to get creative in the kitchen and come up with lots of options for meals that are gluten-free. Here are some family favorites that everyone loves: Gluten-Free Pizza, Black Bean Tacos and Shrimp & Veggie Stir Fry.