A Gluten and Dairy Free Picnic

Gluten and dairy free picnic and packed lunch ideas - A Free From Life

I wanted to share with you some ideas I had for picnic and packed lunch snacks. They are all gluten and dairy free and make an interesting change from sandwiches. Making a batch of each of these will last a few days, or even better, freeze them in handy portion… Continue reading »

Family Days Out in London – Greenwich & the Cutty Sark

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I love living near London. Within half an hour, we can be at one of three major stations – London Bridge, Waterloo East or Charing Cross, from which we can get to most major tourist areas. On Monday, I took two of my three kids to Greenwich to see the Cutty… Continue reading »

Review – Gluten & Dairy Free Doughnuts – Borough 22 Bakehouse

Gluten and dairy free doughnuts - A Free From Life

I rarely take the kids food shopping anymore and I was reminded why when I took my two girls with me the other day. My ‘stick to the list’ philosophy went out of the window very quickly and we came away with a load of extras that I would never… Continue reading »

What Food Do You Miss Most When You’re Away From Home?

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Follow my blog with Bloglovin We have just returned from a week staying all-inclusive at a hotel in Cyprus. I know this sounds like the ideal holiday for anyone and it was great (more about that in another post), but there is, of course, the issue of what to eat… Continue reading »

What Is It Like To Be Gluten & Dairy Intolerant?

What is it like to be dairy and gluten intolerant - Nikki Young Writes

Dear cafes and restaurants, I am six years old and I am gluten and dairy intolerant. That means I have a big list of things I can’t eat and drink, including bread, pastries, biscuits, cakes, milk, cheese and butter. When we go to town, my mum brings me some food… Continue reading »

Using Elimination Diets to Identify Food Intolerance

Using elimination diets to identify food intolerance - afreefromlife.com

My son has suffered from food intolerances since an early age. He the time he was five now I had a good idea of what was causing him problems. Firstly, I would like to clarify the differences between food allergies and intolerances. An allergic reaction is caused when the body… Continue reading »