Coeliac disease is a serious condition, caused by a reaction to gluten. The lifelong autoimmune disease affects 1 in 100 people and can cause a variety of different signs and symptoms, ranging from mild to severe. Coeliac disease is treatable through a gluten free diet, so if you’re suffering from any of these symptoms make…

If you’ve got any kind of digestive disorder, like IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), coeliac disease or Chron’s disease, the FODMAP diet could massively ease your symptoms and help you take back control of your life. But what exactly is the FODMAP diet? These incredibly confusing names are simply the scientific terms for short-chain carbohydrates and…

Here at Gluten Free Travellers we want your gluten-free life and travel to be as stress free as possible! We have compiled a list of our favourite resources and blogs to help you have as much information as possible to make living with Coeliac disease or gluten intolerance as easy as possible. Useful Links for…

What is Coeliac Disease? Celiac disease is estimated to affect 1 in 100 people worldwide with only 20% of people becoming diagnosed. It is a genetic autoimmune disorder triggered by consuming gluten, leading to the damage in the small intestine. An allergic reaction to gluten (protein found in barley, rye and wheat) is an immune…

View the table below to see which Airlines provide gluten free/gluten intolerant meals. Great care has been taken to compile this information, however please always check with your airline and flight schedule as inflight meal provisions can change at anytime and vary depending on flight schedules and classes. Gluten Intolerant Airline Meals Airline Gluten Free…

Follow these common gluten free travel tips when travelling Carry a medical note If medically diagnosed carry a letter from a medical practitioner stating any prescription medication being taken, as well as advising of your medical condition which requires special dietary food. Most countries have a customs website with regulation information – check the site…