GF, LF, V? This is your place to be…

December 8, 2016 by Charlotte Goyvaerts

Place to be Antwerp gluten free lactose free vegan healthy restaurants

Hi everyone, Lately, I’ve been eating a lot more gluten free dishes than I used to. Not because it’s a hype that’s going around, but because it’s more healthy for your body! I do not deny all gluten (your body already adjusted to it, so that would be a bad thing because you can get allergic to it when you do not eat it while you aren’t allergic in the first place) but I have a light intolerance, so that means that sometimes I have to “detox” a little when I had too much gluten!

A lot of people think that gluten free, lactose free and vegan means “no taste”.. Well, that’s absolutely NOT the case! A lot of my friends have got an intolerance and like to eat the same healthy way as I do.. And yes, I do think there are more delicious amounts of GF, LF and V food than you can possibly imagine! So.. If you like to test that theory.. Here are two of my favorite places in Antwerp where I love to go during those gluten free periods:

DIVERS:
A small place in the South of Antwerp. You can have delicious cold and hot smoothie bowls, detox soup, superfood, banana cake and so much delicious kinds of coffee (also LF)… And yes, they change there menu once in a while, so you can be amazed over and over again every time! #yourhealthyfix #diversantwerpen

MURNI
Well.. What don’t they have? Banana lemon ricotta pancakes with honey and fruit is just one of there specialities! I mean… Do I need to say more? They have amazing coffees, milkshakes, toasts, tapa-alike dishes, smoothies and all kinds of deliciousness.. Do not hesitate to stop by when you’re visiting by sweet old town!

Warm regards,

Charlotte

Place to be Antwerp gluten free lactose free restaurants

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Charlotte Goyvaerts Charlotte Goyvaerts was born in Belgium on the 3rd of November, 1991. Her passions are modeling, acting and dancing. Her first dance on stage, in front of a live audience, was when she had just turned five years of age. A few years later, in addition to dancing, she started "word" and "drama" classes and immediately fell in love with acting. She played many key roles in the city theatre, did a lot of musical workshops and in 2004 she got her first big roll in a short movie called "Opa Rennt". Eventually Charlotte quit theatre so she could focus on her school career. A few years later she enrolled in the modeling industry. Since she was young she knew that she would like to devote her passion and effort on being a successful model and actress.. All this in combination with her own business for children called Créalier. Her life spirit? "When I was a little girl, I've always dreamed of doing big things. I'm not about to disappoint myself. So, when I'm old and grey I'd be able to tell my grandchildren that their grandmother has been able to follow her dreams, just because she believed in them.

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