I’ve been living around a gluten free lifestyle for several years now. But not because I’m on a special diet, or because of an allergy. I switched because, a few years ago, my girlfriend at the time has been diagnosed with Celiac’s disease. And even though this relationship didn’t last, fate wanted me to end up in a very serious relationship later with someone, who’s also a Celiac. I know, right.
Though, at first I didn’t even know what that diagnosis would mean, and when I heard that this “gluten” is commonly found in wheat, I thought what many others are thinking: How the hell are you supposed to live and enjoy life? That’s in everything, everywhere.
Truth is, it’s not.
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