Traveling gluten free doesn’t have to be filled with anxiety. You can start checking things off your bucket list tomorrow, you just have to approach it a little differently with these tips from a world traveler.
Enjoying Paris gluten free is possible with careful planning. In a city that is becoming more progressive about food restrictions every day, it is easy to spend a culinary-fueled long weekend in the City of Lights enjoying memorable dishes and beverages.
A dietitian and foodie shares her favorite gluten-free food finds in her travels through China.
The weird, wonderful city of Portland caters to those with food allergies.
Here’s a taste of the gluten-free options, from lobster mac and cheese to handcrafted ice cream, that are waiting for you along the seacoast of Maine.
As a gluten-free traveler, I reveled in the Amsterdam’s celebration of its native products. In this city, gluten-free fare takes a healthy turn, with local ingredients and fresh, innovative presentations.
Spring travel season is here, and New York City is calling! Whether you travel with friends and take in a show or bring the whole family and visit the parks, museums and iconic landmarks, there is delicious gluten-free food to be enjoyed along the way. Here are a few of our family’s favorites from a recent trip.
Planning a gluten-free wedding for myself wasn’t an easy feat, but the year-long preparation and attention to detail resulted in one of the most magical years of my life, a true fairy tale from beginning to end.
Scandinavian treasures can be found in this standout European destination.
The gluten-free scene in Denver is wonderful with many 100 percent gluten-free options for you to indulge in, while exploring a lovely city.