Their second date was supposed to be a lovely evening in, complete with takeout vegetarian sushi that he was to buy at a place she trusted with her life.
The first time they ever met, Lori Medoff, a Montreal optometrist and divorced mother of two, told Kenny Webber, the new man in her life, about her severe allergy to fish.
And she explained all over again that if even a hint of the tainted sushi passed her lips, her throat would close and she wouldn’t be able to breathe, never mind kiss him. Simple: they skipped the food and went straight to kissing. You know: that warm, flushed feeling as your lips part and lock with another’s, that flutter in your stomach and your heart beating a mile a – hey, wait a minute!
“The restaurant thought salmon eggs weren’t fish,” Webber said at the time. Because if you have food allergies or celiac disease, some of these sensations may indicate a less than romantic physical response.
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Found it at my local publix in the freezer, so much better than the udi's they used to carry.
Those who have Celiac disease or are gluten intolerant need to be extremely careful about what to eat on a daily basis.
Celiac disease has numerous different symptoms with each person having their own unique reaction to gluten.
A recent study by the NPD Group found that almost one-third of Americans are avoiding gluten or have eliminated it from their diet completely.
While awareness of the gluten-free lifestyle is growing, many people are finding that their level of adherence to a gluten-free diet is heavily influenced by social interactions.
Researchers have found that people suffer higher rates of anxiety and fear related to following a gluten-free diet, and that it is hard for those who are gluten-free to strictly adhere to their diet in social situations.