Summer is finally on the horizon, and that means many of us will soon be heading abroad. If you’re travelling, whether it’s for work or play, the last thing you’ll want to worry about is gluten making its way into your food. We’ve put together some of our favourite tips on how to travel gluten free, so you can get on with the more important things.
Trust us, it’s not a silly question! In fact, it’s one of the most common things we get asked at events. So, are oats gluten free, or not?
The (very) short answer to this is yes – technically, oats don’t contain gluten. But that doesn’t mean they’re safe for coeliacs or gluten-avoiders to eat…
Who doesn’t love a bit of celeb gossip every now and then?
Read on to find out who of the rich and famous is living the gluten free life, and why they made that choice…
Our Delicious Alchemy HQ is full of people living with coeliac disease, gluten allergies or gluten intolerances. Because of this, we really understand what it’s like going gluten free for health reasons, simply because we’ve done it ourselves.
To help you on your gluten free journey, we’ve pulled together our list of what we’ve learnt along the way…
To celebrate the launch of the project, Coeliac Sanctuary interviewed our founder, Emma Killilea, who is writing the book.
Founded by Alison, who suffers from a gluten intolerance, Coeliac Sanctuary is a source for those on restricted diets to discover the best places to eat out and products to try. Read on to find out more!
We’re heading back down to the Allergy and Free From Show once again this year!
The event, which takes place on the 3-5th July 2015 at Olympia, London is hailed as Europe’s largest free from show. The most prestigious names in allergy and free from across categories from food and drink through to skin care and household items will be exhibiting and we are one of them!
As a passionate free from brand, the team at Delicious Alchemy HQ will be attending the show and presenting our tasty products, which are free from gluten and dairy and are tested at every stage to ensure they are safe for everyone on a gluten free diet.
Hi, I’m Emma, Founder of Delicious Alchemy. As part of our ‘behind the scenes’ series, I’ll be sharing my advice and tips on how to get started on your restricted diet.
From planning meals in advance to navigating the weekly shop – here’s how I manage my restricted diet.
Following on from my last blog post on diagnosis, I’ll now draw on my own experiences to help you plan and prepare for an endoscopy or a colonoscopy.
In this post, I’m going to be very frank about what will happen to you, or your child in an endoscopy/colonoscopy. This is based on my own personal experience. I’ve had quite a few over the years and I’ve developed a method of dealing with them.
I’m posting my method here to help the people who feel the need to know the details before they go into it. I’m one of those people but you might not need that help. If you don’t, walk away from the screen now! I’m joking but before reading any further, please consider that you might find this post the opposite of helpful…