Anne, 55, had to adjust her eating habits after cancer: ‘I feel punished for my gluten intolerance’ | This is the size of our food budget

Wasland prevention consultant Anne de Medelaer, 55, has beaten cervical cancer, thyroid cancer and lung metastases. But the disease still affected her life: after her second cancer diagnosis, she became unable to tolerate gluten. Eating out now requires more attention and expense: “You’ll be shocked at the cost of granola per kilogram, but at least I know I’m putting my health first and not eating gluten.”

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