Obstacle #4 I know the dining hall could be more gluten-free friendly, but I’m afraid to speak up. “Always ask questions and keep pushing to get what you need. Work hard to set up something concrete and solid in your dining hall. That way, you can enjoy your experience there and so can future generations. I have this idea for an online ordering system for the students who are gluten-free, and I am working with my dining services as often as possible to make my idea a reality.” All information is from an interview with Shelby Kaho.
Shelby’s freezer stocked with frozen meats and veggies. Shelby before she was diagonsed with celiac disease at age 9.
Be sure to check out Shelby’s gluten-free blog: http://one-hurdle.blogspot.com/ She writes about keeping up her energy, runners physique and staying healthy gluten-free. Congratulations to Shelby for breaking her University’s Indoor Track record in the 60-meter hurdles with a time of 9.22 seconds.
This is a magazine for gluten-free college students.