23 Thoughts People With Food Allergies Have
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23 Thoughts People With Food Allergies Have

If I have to tell one more person what I can or can't eat.....

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23 Thoughts People With Food Allergies Have

Since eighth grade I have to maintain a gluten free diet. Since then my stomach has gone through many aliments and i have to watch what I eat every closely. Because I have so many years of experience, I understand what it is purely like to have a food allergy. And I know many people around the world do as well. So here is a list of thoughts someone with a food allergy thinks during a week.


1. Restaurants are the bain of my existence.

2. Why does this taste so dry?

3. Please, let this not kill me.

4. My friends must hate me.

5. I feel like I am the most high maintenance person.

6. Welp, I guess it's going to be another salad.

7. Do I want to trust this?

8. Why does my food have to be so expensive?

9. That looks delicious.....

10. Fad diets make me so mad.

11. Do people understand how lucky they are?

12. I am so hungry right now.

13. ...Oh right, I can't have that.

14. How risky should I be?

15. Should I care about cross contamination?

16. This is so sketchy.... I probably shouldn't eat that.

17. I hate food so much.

18. Wait....actually this isn't that bad.

19. Well, I guess I have to bring my own food once again.

20. No one understands.

21. This is such a petty thing to worry about, yet it is such a huge part of my life.

22. Parties are awful.

23. If I have to tell one more person what I can or can't eat.....


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