Tips to Dining out if You are Gluten Intolerant

One of the biggest problems that gluten sensitive people have is being able to eat outside. This problem affects their social life and they may prefer to avoid social gatherings just so that they don’t seem to be a party pooper. The idea of inconveniencing others just because they are gluten intolerant seems selfish.

Over time, this will take a toll on them mentally and they may become depressed that life has handed them a bad hand, which undoubtedly it has. Nevertheless, this is a problem that can be dealt with relatively easily.

Firstly, the gluten intolerant person needs to find a few good restaurants where the service staff will be amiable to the customer’s requests. Most good restaurants will do their best to please the customer. If you’re gluten sensitive, you must be unequivocal and tell the restaurant about your diet.

It may seem like you’re very demanding. This is not the case. You’re not a pompous ass blowing hot air and making ridiculous demands just to feel self-important. You actually have a health issue that needs a special diet. Do explain this to the waiter or whoever takes your order.

It is always best to scout a few restaurants in your area beforehand and see if they will be able to whip up a gluten-free meal for you. In this way, you will be prepared and so will the restaurant. You should also inform them beforehand if you plan on having a meal there so that they are ready.

You may also Google online for celiac friendly restaurants that are in your area. If there are, well you’re pretty much set. You can go there with your buddies and while they eat gluten foods, you’ll have gluten-free dishes to choose from too. Everybody goes home happy.

It is worth noting that you should always inform the wait staff about the possibilities of cross-contamination. This will reduce any chances of it occurring.

If you’re suddenly caught in a situation where your family or friends suddenly decide to go for a meal at a restaurant that you’re not familiar with, don’t panic.

The same rules apply. Choose a dish that is mostly made up of natural ingredients such as meat, seafood, poultry, fresh vegetables, etc. You can make a special request to season your food naturally using olive or coconut oil, spices, etc. They should leave out the artificial seasonings and sauces.

If they can make you a tasty dish without any artificial flavoring, you will surely be able to have a gluten-free meal. Of course, you won’t be able to eat the fried chicken that has been coated with bread crumbs, but you won’t be sitting there starving either.

Focus on what you can eat instead of what you can’t.

At the end of the day, it’s all about your mindset. There is no doubt that being gluten intolerant is a pain in the neck but are you going to let it dictate your level of happiness?

Of course not. There are thousands of people who lead gluten-free lives and are perfectly happy. Take the inconveniences and little sorrows in your stride. You are bigger than any negative consequence that gluten can cause you.


The Gluten Free Health Food LIE (WORSE than sugar)


One of the most shocking examples of a healthy food that can be WORSE for your insulin and belly fat than soda, candy, or sugar is whole wheat bread.
According to research published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, eating just two slices will spike your blood sugar MORE than drinking a can of soda, eating a candy bar, or helping yourself to SIX teaspoons of pure sugar.

That’s one of the many reasons “Gluten Free” breads, crackers, wraps, and other foods are all the rage these days.

But the truth is that “Gluten Free” breads are not healthier than most of your regular favorite delicious-tasting breads.
Just look at the chart below and you’ll see 4 different varieties of “Gluten Free” breads that have a higher glycemic index than table sugar… … Which means they can SPIKE fat storing insulin higher than your favorite sugary treats.


Fortunately, our colleague Kelley Herring spent years figuring out  the right combinations of ingredients to make ULTRA healthy:

Gluten-free breads, pie crusts, pancakes, crackers, pizza crusts,  muffins, popovers, cinnamon rolls – and much more.

=They are guaranteed NOT to spike insulin.

==> They are incredibly easy to make.

==> They taste delicious.

==> They contain 70% fewer calories and 55% LESS sugar.

==> And get this: 167% MORE protein and 167% MORE fiber.

Best of all, it’s a GREAT way to devour all kinds of your favorite  breads WITHOUT fat storage.

After all, almost everybody LOVES bread.

==> Check it out at this link along with 5 other dangerous  lies you’ve been told about bread.

take care