Gluten Free Tweets in New York and London: Two maps comparing the number of geo-located tweets discussing places serving Gluten Free food in New York & London from October 2013 - 17th January 2014 (n = 1,534 geo-located tweets out of a total of a sample of 17,000 tweets) - in proximity to train stations in both cities. Both maps show clustering in tweet activity around the centre of each city, and less tweet activity towards the outskirts of the city.
A talk I gave at the AOESC 2013 (Association of European Coeliacs Conference) in Amsterdam, discussing my preliminary research on the Digital Coeliac, Twitter and Coeliac Disease, Patterns and Sentiment.
When I was first diagnosed with Coeliac Disease, I was really worried about what I would do when it came to traveling outside of the comfort zone of my local neighborhood, where I at least knew the places that I could safely eat, and improvise with known snack foods if needed. However, I was determined not to let my new…
Coeliac disease and gluten-free diets: the need for the catering industry to get on board with gluten-free options for those who suffer from coeliac disease. Coeliac UK's training courses help educate the caterer on what's available and how to eat offer gluten-free food to customers with coeliac disease. Learn more in this video.