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#1 par18

 
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Posted 19 July 2008 - 06:45 PM

I read an article last week when I did a search on Celiac and golf. It concerned a young woman from Australia named Sarah Jane Kenyon. She is gluten intolerant and explained how she must prepare in advance things to eat while competing abroad. She mentioned how many more gluten-free choices were available back home as opposed to the US. Has anyone there heard of her and do you feel as though there are adequate selections of gluten free products in your country.

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Posted 23 July 2008 - 05:51 PM

My wife and daughter are celiacs and we travel a lot. North America and internationally.
I believe with a little planning you can be safe anywhere. Yes, we always have an emergency bag of gluten-free foods with us, but the options both products and restaurants are much much better now than 5 years ago. A little planning and some websites go a long way to feel safe anywwhere.

Peter, The Celiac Husband
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