About

MeMy name is Tracy and since the start of 2013 when I was diagnosed with coeliac disease, I have been trying to get to grips with the world of all things gluten free, whilst still maintaining a heart healthy diet following my heart surgery in 2009.

It’s been proving quite difficult to get my head around what I can’t eat and no longer being able to have some of my favourites foods has proved challenging (bye bye cornish pasties!), but in the process it’s made me realise that gluten free foods are not well publicised, so I wanted to put something together where I could review and hopefully recommend good gluten free venues, as well as contribute to an existing gluten free community.

Although this blog was initially just going to focus on the Bristol area, I received lots of feedback on my facebook page about gluten free venues and products in West Cornwall, so the blog will be covering Bristol and West Cornwall 🙂

2 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Tracy
    I’ve just read your blog and wonder if you have considered joining Coeliac Uk , a charity that represents and looks after the needs of coeliacs. The charities web site has many suggestions and answers questions to problems that you may come across with the contact details of local coeliac groups. Members have access to a comprehensive publication which lists `safe` products stocked by the major super markets.
    Paul

    • Hi Paul, thanks for your comment. Yes I’ve been a member of Coeliac UK since day one of diagnosis and had the food directory prior to that. Am currently in the process of setting up an official local group for my area too 🙂

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