There’s nothing better than spending an entire day shredding perfect powder. So when lunchtime rolls around and stomachs starts grumbling, the last thing gluten-free skiers or snowboarders want to stress about is what they’re going to find to eat on the mountain. While some resorts like Breckenridge sell labeled, gluten-free snacks, most lodges don’t offer gluten-free alternatives. And even if you aren’t leading a gluten-free lifestyle, the food sold at ski lodges is often very expensive, so the best option is to pack your own snacks.

Stumped on which gluten-free snacks to pack? Check out our list:

What’s your favorite gluten-free snack?

As you watch the Grammy and Academy Awards this month, you may have more in common with the celebrities you see walking down the red carpet. Many notables have started going gluten-free. Some celebs claim that giving up gluten is a great way to lose weight. While it’s true that maintaining a gluten-free diet may lead to positive health benefits, processed gluten-free products oftentimes contain more calories than their glutenous counterparts.

But fear not; many celebrities also avoid gluten due to health concerns. Check out our list of actors, singers, public figures and atletes who have gone gluten-free due toCeliac disease, gluten intolerance, or a wheat allergy.

  • Cedric Benson
  • Drew Brees
  • Bill Clinton
  • Chelsea Clinton
  • Zooey Deschanel
  • Jennifer Esposito
  • Scott Michael Foster
  • Elisabeth Hasselback
  • Keith Olbermann
  • Ryan Phillippe