What To Eat For Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner If You're Trying To Go Gluten-Free

As private chef, I spend most of my days cooking for other people and rarely have time to sit down and eat a meal myself.

On my days off I like to keep it simple, but I still treat myself to some delicious food. The key is to create quick, healthy, and delicious chef-inspired meals for myself while I'm on the go. In the video below, I walk you through what a typical day looks like for me.

For more gluten-free recipe and lifestyle ideas, check out my course The Complete Guide to Gluten-Free Cooking.

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Alex Thomopoulos

Alex Thomopoulos is a stand-up comic-turned-chef. After more than two years of performing comedy in Los Angeles, she found her calling in the kitchen and, after enrolling in the International Culinary School at the Art Institute, started her own catering company.Her healthy and flavor-packed cooking style has made her a fan favorite among thousands of home cooks and food lovers looking for healthy options that don’t sacrifice taste.In her newest video course, The Complete Guide To Gluten-Free Eating, she shows you how to whip up amazing gluten-free dishes.
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