Holiday Travel: Being a Gluten-Free House Guest (Podcast)

I recently joined my friend Vanessa Weisbrod from the Celiac Disease Program at Children’s National Health System on the Gluten Free Guide podcast. I was honored to be invited back for the second time to this podcast. This week we discussed traveling for the holidays as someone living with celiac disease. Join me as I share my best tips for staying safe as a gluten-free house guest.

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Holiday Travel: Being a Gluten-Free House Guest

Many of us travel to see family and friends for the holidays. It is already a stressful time with traveling and being out of our comfort zones. But for people with celiac disease, we have an added challenge. Staying in homes that are most often not gluten-free. So how do we navigate these situations? What can we do to prepare to be a gluten-free house guest?

To help talk about this topic, we’ve got the Gluten-Free Globetrotter Erin Smith in the studio. Erin is an expert at traveling and staying outside her comfort zones while maintaining her gluten-free lifestyle. She is here today to share some of her best tips for staying safe as a gluten-free house guest.

How do you stay safe during the holidays? Do you travel or do you prefer to host? Leave a comment below!

About Erin Smith

Living with celiac disease since 1981 and eating gluten-free long before it was "trendy", Erin Smith has a unique perspective of growing up in the gluten-free community; Founded Gluten-Free Fun in 2007; Founded Gluten-Free Globetrotter® in 2011; Founded GlutenFreelancer® in 2014. Erin was the lead organizer of the NYC Celiac Disease Meetup group, a social community of more than 2,000 members for over a decade and has recently started a support group in Northern California.
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