Almost 10 years ago, I was diagnosed with Celiac disease, an autoimmune condition which means I’m allergic to gluten. If I eat anything with gluten in it, I know almost immediately, and it takes me over a week to recover from the tiniest bit.
And you know, it’s been fine. It was a relatively easy transition, and I’ve never really missed anything that contains gluten all that much – nor have I EVER intentionally eaten gluten since the day I was diagnosed. Purely because I respect my body too much for it to be put through the process of trying to rebuild.
But what I begun to notice is that every time someone offered me something that contained gluten at a party or event, I would always say ‘oh no, I can’t eat that’.
Seemingly harmless right?Read More