I probably know the answer to this, but thought I would ask the wonderfully helpful DISers and get more feedback. My question is if it's worth calling Disney and having them notate GF on my ADRs given I don't have anything 'official' to back up the need? BACKSTORY I recently underwent hip surgery and am slowly working through the recovery process. Around last Thanksgiving, I started having digestive and reflux issues that the doctors attributed to the pain meds I was taking for my hip. My doc put me on heartburn and reflux meds but didn't want to delve any deeper until after my hip surgery. Fast forward to my surgery - while in the hospital, I was on a very limited diet (I don't respond to narcotic meds well and get really sick, so I was literally on broth and health shakes for the better part of a week), and I noticed my digestive symptoms disappeared. I began to suspect the cause wasn't medicines but maybe a food trigger. As I started to introduce real foods back in, I noticed that when I ate meals heavy in gluten, I felt worse. Now that I am finally independently mobile post surgery, I tried to make an appointment with my PCM about the possibility of being gluten sensitive, but there is no availability until AFTER our Disney trip. Right now, I'm just eliminating gluten as much as possible and sort of winging the whole thing. THE BOTTOM LINE... My main reason for asking is I am concerned how limited I will be when we go to eat? I seem to do fine with some gluten - I can eat a flour tortilla around a burrito - I just can't seem to handle large quantities. Right now, we have ADRs at CRT for breakfast and GG for dinner. I know CRT has a lot of gluten things for breakfast and I'm concerned there won't be a reasonable substitute if I notate GF. And, I can't imagine GG has an overload of gluten other than the rolls maybe. Finally (and thanks for reading this long) my biggest question is snacks. I have read some of the GF food reviews but see very little in the way of snacks around the parks. Are there any good options to look out for other than fruit? Thanks so much!!!