Snack on the Run…Eat Natural

It’s fair to say that not eating gluten means that the treats available are drastically reduced. Most regular shops simply don’t stock gluten free alternatives. I can’t pop to the newsagents or small Tesco near my office and pick up just anything. But this is probably not such a bad thing as I’m trying to watch my weight at the moment!

However there are times when I do need to have something small to keep me going. Long walks are just such an occaision. A 15 mile walk isn’t achievable without an energy boost halfway. As I can’t rely on finding something suitable to eat along the way, I need to pack a snack in advance.

So what’s my weapon of choice?
Eat Natural bars. The Eat Natural website lists all their bars as gluten free and some are 100% organic too. My favourite is the Cranberry and Macademia with Dark Chocolate.

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This little bar of yummy gorgeousness is about as naughty as it gets without stepping into the realms of gluten free alternatives. In a few weeks when I climb Snowdon, I can guarantee one of these bars will be coming up the mountain with me! Naughty, but oh so nice.

Gluten Free Mrs D