It’s time to live a life without the restrictions, fear, or limits you put on yourself that stop you from eating out.
Since going gluten-free have you become anxious when going out to eat? Do you choose to skip events with friends and family because you are worried about gluten-exposure? If so this guide is for you.
Picture this. It’s Saturday evening and your plan is to stay in and watch a movie with your cat. Then you get a call from your friend asking if you want to hang out and check out the new restaurant that opened just down the street. All your friends are going and they can pick you up in 15 minutes. What do you do?
Do you automatically say no because you do not have time to call the restaurant and ask about gluten-free options? Or, do you say no because you do not feel safe with the type of cuisine they serve?
Maybe you do get the courage to go. But, do you then make yourself sick worrying about cross-contact while waiting for your food?
If you could picture yourself in this situation, this guide is for you. With this guide, you will learn that you CAN eat out gluten-free with ease. Even in everyday restaurants that serve gluten-containing items. So what are you waiting for? It’s time to live a life without the restrictions, fear, or limits you put on yourself that stop you from eating out and enjoying the experience.
The guide covers all types
of restaurants. Totally applicable for everyone!
The 10 commandments will prepare you mentally and physically for eating outside the house. The guide also provides scripts guide you through a conversation with restaurant staff to avoid those “deer in the headlight” looks.
If you are new to this, you may want to start with some trusted chain restaurants. We have outlined the different options of what to eat and order. Also, We have outlined all the questions and considerations for multiple chains and cuisine.
Once you feel more comfortable, the sky is the limit! You don’t need to be stuck eating at one location or cuisine. Eating out shouldn’t be limited to specific restaurants or cuisine.
SKY IS THE LIMIT
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We won’t leave you hanging there. You will get a list of more Dietitian-approved resources and products to help you with your gluten-free journey.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
I really liked it. It gave lots of helpful hints. I liked that specific types of foods especially cultural foods were listed so when going to a place someone with celiac can see were there may be hidden gluten. I was glad to see that there was an alcoholic section. I’m not a big drinker yet having a drink now and again is nice!
it seriously felt like a weight off my shoulders. Eating out is the biggest thing I miss with this new lifestyle so learning the right ways to order and to ask questions I think will be extremely helpful for myself.
Frequently asked questions
Do I have to be in the United States to use this?
No! While some of the chains are only in the US, that’s only a small part of the guide. The rest of the guide is filled with general tips for dining out as well as specifics for how to order at different cuisines.
The city I live in doesn’t have many chain restaurants. Is this for me?
It sure is! There is a lot more information beyond how to order at specific chain restaurants. The guide is filled with general tips for dining out as well as specifics for how to order at different cuisines.
I have Celiac Disease, is this for me?
This is made EXACTLY for you! The guide was created by Erin, a Registered Dietitian, and veteran celiac. It was reviewed and approved by 3 other celiac nutritionists. The information in this guide is specifically made to help and equip celiacs with the tools and knowledge to dine out safely.
How do I get my guide? In the mail?
Nope, it’s all electronic. You can print it out if you would like. But, most people like to have it on their phones for easy access whenever they are dining out. Once you purchase the guide you will be emailed a link to download your copy.
My question about the guide isn’t here!
Shoot, sorry about that. Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will get back to you with an answer ASAP!