When you need (or want) to eat gluten free, you may feel you’ll be doomed to eating fruit and salads around the world, especially when traveling to a non-English speaking part of the world.
We’ve compiled a list of great sources for you to help find restaurants near where you live and where you travel, apps that will help make eating gluten-free easier and most valuable of all, translation cards for you to take on your next international trip.
Websites and Translation Cards
Gluten Free Travel Site – A database where users can read and submit reviews of restaurants’ gluten free menus.
Gluten Free Translation Cards – Download and print off portable cards to help translate your dietary restrictions in to over 60 languages.
Allergy Translation Cards – For those of you with more than one allergy, this site offers customizable cards with over 200 foods in 43 languages.
Celiac Free Cards – 54 translated cards ready to print, available to use for free with a suggested donation.
If you have other go-to sites or apps that help in your gluten-free eating, please share in the comments below.