Dating someone with celiac disease
Always carry a package of almonds, or a fruit/nut bar and a piece of fruit. There are some great applications for your smart phone to help locate options for gluten-free dining when you are on the go. Offer plenty of suggestions for different places that cater to your needs.
It’s important to have emergency food on hand in case nothing else safe is available. Be creative Experiment making your favorite foods and confidently invite someone over for dinner.
As someone with celiac disease, I know first hand that dating can be a challenge when you are gluten-free.And trust me, no one wants to hear the war stories about the effects of wheat on your body. Then, if things go well on your first date, you can offer to make dinner for the second date. Be confident with your healthy lifestyle and you will attract someone who shares the same values as you and maybe even a lifelong partner!It's a great way to keep track of what you eat, while getting to know your date in a more intimate environment! When you're single and looking to meet new people, dining out is a major component of dating -- and for someone like me (along with the 30 percent of Americans who say they are avoiding or cutting down on gluten in their diets), you are constantly faced with more to think about than just finding love.Here are some informal "rules for dating gluten-free" that I've developed, to make the process a little easier: 1. There are plenty of other ways to get to know someone than over drinks or dinner!