{Gluten-Free Mini Series} Top 5 gluten-free tips and 10 points for noticing that you may not tolerate gluten.

T EXPERIENCE 3. Today it becomes very practice-oriented: Anyone who is not sure whether they may be suffering from a gluten intolerance can find here a list with the most important points for a first check. There are also 5 tips for everyday life without gluten and helpful links to pages and blogs for recipes, restaurant visits, hotel stays and shopping for gluten intolerance.

10 points at which you realize you may not tolerate gluten:

  1. You often have recurrent abdominal pain
  2. You often have digestive problems, such as constipation, diarrhea or flatulence.
  3. You are prone to nausea, vomiting, or heartburn.
  4. You are suffering from migraine .
  5. You feel you can not think clearly or suffer from prolonged tiredness and fatigue.
  6. You notice sudden mood swings or depression.
  7. You suffer repeatedly from body aches or numbness of the legs, arms, or fingers.
  8. You have regular skin eczema or rash.
  9. You have autoimmune diseases such as You have already noticed that your symptoms disappear or disappear if you do not eat gluten, for example, when you do not eat bread, pasta and pizza.

The 5 most important tips for gluten-free everyday life:

  1. Hygiene in the home and especially in the kitchen is important: especially if at the same time Cooked and baked gluten-free for unaffected family members, care should be taken to ensure a careful separation of gluten-free products. Also when storing the products.
  2. Pay attention to gluten in medicines, cosmetics and care products: Gluten is not only found in food. Also, medicines, cosmetics and toiletries are often not gluten-free. Although gluten can not be absorbed through the skin, care must be taken that the products do not enter the mouth. Soaps with gluten should also not get into the food via the hands. Therefore, it is advisable to remove these products completely from the household and replace with gluten-free alternatives.
  3. Try new recipes: Especially as a newbie, it is difficult, if you do not quite understand how to cook and bake with the gluten-free flours works and how this affects the other ingredients. Just dare. The more recipes you try, the more choices you have. In addition, your cooking skills are getting better and better and easier every time.
  4. Sharing is important: There are a large number of blogs and platforms dealing with gluten on the Internet. Above all, the exchange between each other is important to share experiences or great recipes and to stay up to date. Some helpful platforms are, for example, gluten intolerance, the Facebook group celiac exchange, the page gluten-free cooking or the blog gluten-free.
  5. Carefree gluten-free travel: To people who suffer from celiac disease or gluten intolerance, In addition, to facilitate the consumption outside the home, there is an online platform with many tips and travel suggestions around gluten-free travel, food and shopping. At www.GlutenfreeRoads.com, those interested can find countless gluten-free restaurants and pizzerias in different countries, look for hotels on the other side of the world, and also discover supermarkets and other gluten-free product outlets. An integrated restaurant finder also helps locate nearby restaurants serving gluten-free food.Schär, the gluten-free diet specialist.

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