The mother of three is struggling to stay alive as a single parent and she’s finding it difficult to find the resources to feed her family as a result.
In addition, her husband and two children are unable to travel to Australia.
Vinnie, who has two children aged 11 and 13, says she has experienced a number of difficulties while raising her children.
I am constantly being asked about what my diet is, how I can make it better, she says.
Vinnie is one of a small group of people in Australia who are gluten free. “
I don’t want to change what I do, but I have to start to realise that what I’m doing doesn’t work for everybody.”
Vinnie is one of a small group of people in Australia who are gluten free.
Vodka is made from gluten free flour, milk is made with gluten free milk and cheese is gluten free as well as fruit.
But Vinnie is adamant that a vegan diet is not for everyone.
She says while she understands the appeal of a gluten-free diet, it has not been easy for her.
The mother of four said she was initially wary of the idea, and had to adjust to a new way of living.
As a single mother, it was difficult for her to make the transition, but Vinnie says she now feels at peace with her choices.
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