Thursday, February 20, 2014

Gluten Free Vacation Days with Family Members

Let me share one of my positive experience regarding Gluten Free Resort Vacations  at Mana Island resort.

We all family members were together at there, had a wonderful vacation, Mana Island resort is the best. There are activities to keep one busy all day long and into the night.

If you or a family member has celiac disease, gluten intolerance or gluten sensitivity you may wonder if it is safe to vacation or honeymoon at an all-inclusive resort such as Sandals or Beaches.

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Eating while you're travelling and healthy cooking is often a stressful time even with normal circumstances, now imagine how much more stressful it is for a celiac or gluten-sensitive person.

To get ready for a big trip, especially to a location that doesn't cater to the gluten-free lifestyle, can be challenging. One idea people use who may be getting ready for a trip, is to place your order in advance from somewhere you know and can trust and have it delivered to the location you will be visiting.

There are companies that do on line ordering for example that are very accommodating and can even ship some foods Internationally. By having a delivery of gluten-free food at your location when you arrive gives you one less thing to worry about. Less packing and no extra luggage - no worries! Your food isn't going to be getting crushed, apprehended at customs or tossed out at an airport.

Picture how much easier arriving at your resort on the beach would be knowing you have a big box of gluten-free goodies waiting for you there already, it's as simple as placing your order online.

Bring only the gluten-free items that you won't be able to find at local grocery stores. (A little research online before packing can save you from lugging a bunch of stuff on your travels that you can simply purchase once you've arrived at your destination.) Items such as your favorite bread, pasta and snack bars will get you a long way towards a G-Free vacation without taking up too much space.

Plan as many "whole food" meals as you can. Then you won't have to worry about carrying or purchasing specialty GF items. Plan simple meals using naturally gluten-free foods.

• Fresh fruits and vegetables

• Meats

• Whole GF Grains: Rice, Quinoa

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