How To Travel Gluten-Free

(p.s. I’ve got a TON of GLUTEN-FREE TRAVEL TIPS in my NEW Cookbook Eating Clean: The 21-Day Plan to Detox, Fight Inflammation, and Reset Your Body).

Looking for an easy way to travel when you are gluten-free? I hear ya. There is gluten everywhere from the airport to the rest stop and it’s important to know what to have on hand just in case your tummy starts rumbling and you are in need of healthy food- because we surely don’t want to rely on any vending machines. You can find numerous products on which I love and order from at least once a month- I stock up on foods that are easy to travel with such as nuts, seeds, gluten-free nut bars and vitamins!

If you are staying in a hotel, be sure to request an empty fridge in your room as well as a list of local food stores. I always ask for the nearest Whole Foods Market or health food store so that I can purchase organic vegetables and snacks for my room. I’m known for traveling with numerous bags of food on airplanes and on road-trips! It’s hysterical and I’m like a little kid when I travel because I have enough food to last me a week- but hey, I’d rather have more than not enough…just in case my flight is delayed or I can’t get to a food store right away when my plane lands.

Here are a few of my gluten-free snacks that I packed on a recent trip that you can use when you’re traveling on a Gluten-Free Diet: How To Travel Gluten-Free.

The below recipe ideas are more easy travel snacks that you can make right in your home and bring with you when traveling.Blood Orange Kale Chips with Caramelized Grape Onions

It is essential to work with a nutritionist and an Integrative M.D. because I am sharing general information that is not intended to be medical advice. This information is only given for informational purposes.

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  1. My mom and I are cooking our way through the 2 week plan in the book, and then I bought the three month inflammation plan for after. I’ve been GF for many years now and I was already eating pretty clean…but not necessarily healthy. I’m excited that this plan is helping me expand my go to recipes and get away from the packaged GF snacks and “healthy” microwave meals I was eating. I’m trying to teach my friends that just because Whole Foods sells something, it doesn’t make it automatically healthy.

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