coeliac disease

Just 3% of Brits are aware IBS symptoms can also be signs of coeliac disease.
Ordering a takeaway for a night in with friends, heading to the local pub for a bite to eat or heading to a friend’s house for dinner... I've missed out on so many mundane but normal social scenarios
From being told to ‘pick the flour out of a cake' to 'a crumb won't kill you', people are shockingly unaware of what living with this condition actually means
People with allergies or intolerances should not eat the product.
Personally, talking openly about the physical side of my coeliac disease has always been far easier to do than discussing my experience of depression and anxiety. I have difficulty even using these labels, I've previously opted to use terms that play it down like "low mood" or "feeling fragile".
1. An allergy to gluten. Despite what you may read, coeliac disease is a disease involving the immune system and is not the same as other allergies - such as milk allergy or lactose intolerance.
3. Wanting to smack people who say gluten free is just trendy. 12. Missing pastries more than life itself.  6. Being tricked
Basil is so important for good health, it is my 'go-to' comfort food, especially if I am feeling a little under the weather. Like carrots, basil is a rich source of beta-carotene which is needed for good vision, strong immunity and general good health. Because I can't be without it, I've come up with a few new and alternative ways to use basil and create something really special: