Many people on the gluten-free diet change their travel patterns due to their restricted diet. People who once loved traveling are suddenly afraid to eat outside their own homes. This makes traveling difficult to say the least. Sure, one can always book accommodations with a full kitchen and make all their own meals when away from home, but there isn’t much fun in that. I love having breakfast in our room, but usually eat lunch and dinner out most every day while on vacation or traveling for business.
I might travel slightly more now that I did when I was on a non-restricted diet, but the majority of people I’ve spoken to who follow the gluten-free diet do the opposite. Many of them do everything they can to avoid traveling for any reason. Summertime is here and kids are out of school. That means it’s vacation time for many people. I started wondering what percentage of people on the gluten-free diet changed their travel habits after starting the gluten-free diet. Please take a moment to cast your vote in the poll below. My bet is the first answer is going to come out on top on this one.