word of the day: October 02, 2012
One who does not possess the enzymes necessary to digest gluten, a main ingredient in wheat products. One who is "glutarded" must only eat gluten-free foods, such as water, tofu, and air.
"Hey, do you want some pasta for dinner?"
"No, sorry, I'm a glutard."
"...what does that mean?"
"It means... I'm glutarded."
A term that apparently means "one who does not possess the enzymes necessary to digest gluten," except that isn't how celiac disease or gluten intolerance actually works.
"I'm going to upvote this definition for glutard even though I have no understanding of the difference between an allergy, gluten intolerance and lactose intolerance. I just find people with life-threatening illnesses funny and slightly irritating."
Glutard, someone who can not have wheat gluten in their diet.
Don't worry, I cooked you a special glutard friendly dinner.