You’ve probably heard someone at a cafe asking for “gluten-free” options, and rolled your eyes a little bit. But living a gluten-free lifestyle is more than just a diet fad, or a way of finding “bliss” and “healthy eating”. People with gluten sensitivity or who have been told they have coeliac disease need to cut gluten out of their diets.
If you’ve been told you have coeliac disease, you’re probably wondering how you’re going to adjust to a gluten-free diet. You’re also probably a little (read: a lot) annoyed. What will you eat? What about your favourite treats? How will you cope without donuts?
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To help us adopt a healthy, gluten-free diet, accredited practising dietitian and lead dietitian at Voome, Lisa Donaldson, has answered some of our questions: