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Foodie Friday - "I want to be able to search for allergens quickly"

Friday, July 14, 2017


This week we spoke to Georgia! A personal trainer in London with a love for all things health and fitness. Georgia's interview is just one example that highlights a shift in consumer behaviour, as people are starting to take more control of the food that they are eating, avoiding food groups for their own health reasons regardless of allergies.

How many times a week do you eat out and roughly how much do you spend?

I eat out 1-2 times per week and spend anything from £5 on breakfast to £15 for a main course.

What foods can you not eat or wish to avoid?

I avoid gluten and dairy. The reasons for this are simply based on how they make me feel and how my body reacts. I have struggled with gluten from a young age. It gives me stomach cramps and makes me feel incredibly bloated. I also find it slows me down, making me very sluggish and unproductive.Dairy is a more recent choice. I have found my skin reacts badly to dairy, so I decided to come off dairy for 3 months of last year after experiencing breakouts on my neck and shoulders. I found both areas completely cleared up after I eradicated dairy from my diet. As dairy products can contain hormones this can have an effect on the skin especially if your body is sensitive to breakouts.

How do you decide where to eat?

I usually check online to see if there are vegan and gluten certified options available on the menu. If in doubt I will call to double check!

Georgia Foodie Friday app allergens

What would make eating out easier for you and allow you to #eatwithconfidence?

I want to be able to search for allergens quickly, so an app would really help that I could search the food options for allergies quickly. Also, the websites could clearly state the certifications it holds.

Tell us your favourite restaurant?

The Stable, Kew Bridge. It’s a nice treat for me as I rarely eat pizza due to it containing gluten and dairy. They have a vegan menu and they provide gluten-free options. Plus salads if you want to be super healthy.

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