Stockholm is a very modern, forward-thinking place – especially when it comes to food. All cafes and restaurants in the city are required by law to list ingredients and allergens on the menu, making it easy to tell what’s safe to eat and what isn’t when you’re avoiding gluten. So you don’t waste your…

  Madrid’s association for Coeliacs and gluten sensitive people boasts a list brimming with more than 50 fantastic restaurants. Each of these establishments has been individually tested and certified as gluten free and safe for coeliacs, giving you plenty to choose from. Here are just 5 incredible gluten free restaurants in Madrid we recommend for…

The coastal capital of Victoria is one of Australia’s most exciting foodie destinations, so you can rest assured that if you’re travelling to Melbourne on a gluten free diet you won’t be disappointed! Here are ten of our favourite restaurants catering for gluten free diets in Melbourne, Australia. Hooked Fish and Chipper This Melbourne institution…

Located in New Zealand’s North Island, Auckland is a beautiful city that’s made for exploring. If you’re travelling to Auckland soon but you’re worried about where you’ll be able to find safe, delicious gluten free food, you’ve come to the right place.Here are ten restaurants not to miss when you next visit Auckland.   The…

So whether you have coeliac disease or just prefer to avoid gluten, you’ve got plenty of choices when it comes to gluten free restaurants in Los Angeles. From super food joints serving creative vegan cuisine to upscale restaurants offering gourmet breakfasts you’d never believe exist, here are the best places to eat when you’re gluten…

Whether you’re searching for a breakfast croissant, lunchtime salad or some local eats for dinner, print off this list of gluten free restaurants in Hong Kong and you’ll never be stuck for somewhere to go when the hunger pangs strike! Top 5 gluten free restaurants in Hong Kong Ali Oli Bakery Cafe Address: G/F, 11…

The Philippines, being an archipelago, is composed of more than 7,000 islands. Only 2,000 of these islands are inhabited. With the geographic makeup, expect that each group of islands or regions have their own versions of a certain dish. Spanish, Chinese, Malay and Indian cooking, influence most of the local dishes. The Philippines has strong ties…

Rome has a lot to offer its visitors: historically-rich monuments, breathtakingly beautiful architecture, incredible designer fashion and (best of all) deliciously drool-worthy food! Despite being known for its gluten-heavy pasta, pizzas and breads, Rome is an excellent place for coeliac foodies to visit, with a huge number of gluten free restaurants delivering traditional Italian cuisine…

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…