The reason doesn’t matter: celiac disease, a gluten intolerance, or a mere tendency to be swept up in bizarre health fads, you too can find the love of your life.Provided they’re also either cursed by celiac or masochistic enough to avoid beer, cake, and fries.It provides a fun and safe opportunity for people living a gluten-free lifestyle to connect with others who face the same challenge.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.
You worry that you’re coming off as too high maintenance and wonder, are they even going to ask for a second date? When a mainstream site can’t deliver the best qualified matches, a specialist site is the answer, says Trish Mc Dermott, a private dating coach who was on the start-up team in 1995.
This online network provides a safe, fun and comfortable environment for singles with celiac disease or a gluten sensitivity so that they can connect with others who share the same health goals.
Gluten-free singles can enjoy a free trial membership to begin explore networking, friendship and romantic opportunities on the site.
“For a niche site to be successful, it must be about quality over quantity.
It’s not about competing with the big guys and should go beyond a matching algorithm.