Guadalajara, Mexico is one of the best cities we’ve found in Mexico that caters to gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian, paleo, and other types of diets and food allergies. Healthy food in Mexico is easy to find in this city!

Today, we’re showing you a healthy restaurant in Guadalajara, Mexico called Organic Now. It’s not often that we find a vegan friendly Mexico restaurant, but this one is! It’s also “sin gluten” and gluten free Mexico restaurants are also pretty hard to find.

If you’re looking for some Mexico gluten free food, be sure to check out Organic Now!

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  1. I wanna visittttttt hahaha. That is totally a cool place, maybe because I saw lot of Cakes. haha. I love cakes.

  2. La ultima vez recomende actividades para una semana, porque crei que eso buscaban, no quise decir que hicieran todo en 1 dia. For 2 weeks recomendations are the same. Parque Alcalde is free, only Michin Aquarium costs, but it's very cheap. Zoo is expensive but is good. Mazamitla, Talpa, Jose Cuervo Factory, Jarritos de Amatitan, Primavera (if not the spa) go to the forest and find the Rio. I will add Guachimontones (prehispanic religious center), and El Diente. I don't suggest Barranca de Huentitan, even if you erase my comments,.is really a risky place to visit. If you want to do a Guad a favor, please show the modern side of the city, Andares, Punto Sao Paulo, Glorieta Chapalita (this one has an art exhibition all Sunday's morning).

  3. My wife is dairy and gluten free. We have found most places in Mexico to be very accomodating of her requests for 'sin queso y sin pan'

  4. Glorieta Chapalita is great for restaurants, and it has a park in the middle of the glorieta, better go on a sunday when there is an art exhibition. I also recommend going to "Casa de los platos" restaurant, its near Punto Sao Paulo, its a very nice looking restaurant that looks like an Hacienda or colonial house, but its in a modern area of the city. Mazamitla is also a most (its a Pueblo Magico 1 hour away from GDL). Cheers!

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