Category Archives: Travel Resources

Resources for traveling grain-free, Paleo, keto, etc. Product reviews, restaurants, hotels and other information.

Traveling Grain Free? Check the Breakfast Buffet


I’m currently traveling in the Portland, Oregon area, and I’m staying at a basic hotel chain.  When I travel, I always choose to stay in a place that has a kitchen so I can cook my own food and stay safe on my grain free, soy free dietary lifestyle for […]

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Tips for Dining Out as a Celiac


As a Celiac and gluten-free health coach, I frequently get asked about eating out.   Since I am gluten free, grain free, soy free (click here to know more about that), and incredibly picky about how pans and utensils are used and the methods utilized to avoid cross contamination, it really […]

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The Three Powerful P’s of the Paleo f(X) 2014 Conference


I was busy taking a sabbatical (a.k.a. a working spring break vacation) when the text came through.  “Are you going to Paleo FX?” Several quick thoughts went through my mind.  Things like “no way, I can’t,” and “I’ll just be getting home from this trip, so no,” and “I’m not […]

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Paleo Conference 2014 Quick Recap


Paleo f(X) Conference 2014 Wow, just WOW!  I am overwhelmed with SO many great things from my trip to Paleo f(X) 2014!  I hopped on a plane at the last minute to Austin, Texas, and I am SO glad that I did! Everything that I’ve been sharing over the last […]

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Five Tips for Gluten Free Travel


Traveling, eating out, and a gluten free or Paleo lifestyle don’t always add up to a great equation.  With a little prep work, though, you can do some “smooth sailing” to your destination, and fully enjoy it when you get there! Here are five quick tips to ensure your travel […]

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Gluten Free Dinner Out at McCormick & Schmick’s


I have a short list of restaurants that I can usually count on for a true gluten free lunch or dinner out.  McCormick & Schmick’s is one of them! Although my inherent frugality always leads in my decision making, being gluten, grain, and soy free has forced me to sometimes […]

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