There's also one at the bottom of this link....
Re eating out - be strong and confident and in-control. In this country ask if there's an allergen menu. Say you have coeliac disease and can't eat gluten - to make sure they understand you're not just a faddy eater.
It's the law that restaurants have to be able to tell you the allergens in the food - so don't feel bad about asking. If you're not sure about something ask, and ask another member of staff too, if you're still not sure.
If the waiting staff don't know - go and find someone who does. It's best to get first-hand info, not third hand. And it's OK to walk out if they can't feed you, some places just can't.
But do yourself a favour and avoid places like Greggs and sandwich bars which are obviously gluten-based. Take your own food sandwiches if you're out and about and don't know where you'll find anything to eat.
People on this site know everything - just ask about a particular restaurant if you're not sure.
Go to Spain or Italy on holiday - both are much better than the UK...