Dating for the celiac
Of course, we know that just because an ingredient is labeled gluten free, it doesn’t mean it’s taste-free, but you do want to be mindful of your friend’s palate preferences.
Here are a few dinner recipes to consider: Tip 5: Know Not Everyone Is Worth it When you meet the right person, they’ll want to know everything about you and they’ll accept you for who you are and what your celiac disease means in your life.
Here are a few tips to help you navigate the dating world and your disease at the same time.
Tip 1: Call Restaurants Ahead Everyone has to eat and going out for meals is often a frequent go-to date.
RELATED: Tip 3: Choose Locations It can be hard for a new couple to figure out where they want to go and what they want to do on dates.
Each person in the new relationship wants to make the other happy so neither wants to suggest anywhere the other wouldn’t like.
With any luck, you’ll run across the right person sooner rather than later and with these tips, you can make it through the dating process even with celiac disease.
Before she was diagnosed with coeliac disease, Pia Strobel never thought she’d be so scared of breadcrumbs on the counter, so afraid of putting a knife down in the kitchen, or so thrilled to fall in love with someone who felt exactly the same way.
Dating is never going to be easy, but it can be even harder when you also have to deal with celiac disease.
Within two years, she had moved from Connecticut to Montana to live with Mr Graff, 46, a land surveyor.
The blissful couple say they can’t imagine having the kind of relationship they share, had one of them not been gluten-free.
Ms Strobel, 48, was searching for gluten-free restaurants online when she stumbled across the niche dating website that changed her life.
It was on Gluten Free that she met Dale Graff, one of 25,000 members on the site who not only look for love but also share information on health and wellness, recipes and resources for the gluten-free lifestyle.