One of My Articles is Featured in Gluten Intolerance Group of North America Newsletter

I’m happy to announce that this month’s Gluten Intolerance Group of North Texas (www.northtexasgig.com) newsletter features one of my articles, “Introducing Gluten to Your Infant.”

The Gluten Intolerance Group of North America, also known as GIG,  is a non-profit organization with branches all across the continent with the mission to “provide support to persons with gluten intolerances, including celiac disease, dermatitis herpetiformis, and other gluten sensitivities, in order to live healthy lives.”

It’s quite an honor to write for such a highly-esteemed group actively working to make a positive difference in the lives of the gluten-intolerant community. This is one of numerous articles I’ve contributed to GIG monthly newsletters and on behalf of the gluten-free community in general.

Click on the link below to read my article on page 43.

 

http://tinyurl.com/66ozl6w

 

Tina Turbin

www.GlutenFreeHelp.info

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5 Responses to One of My Articles is Featured in Gluten Intolerance Group of North America Newsletter

  1. Natalie says:

    I just saw this on your gluten-free help website! This is really great to see your work published by such a fantastic organization. I also really liked the article too! I hope to read more of your articles in the future. In the meantime your blogs are great and keep me in the know.

  2. Samantha Sherring says:

    Just wanted to say that my hubby and I have been inspired to do the gluten-free diet after I visited your awesome GF website (glutenfreehelp.info for those who want to check it out). I have heard so many good things about the diet and I’ve always suspected that breads and grains weren’t that good for me. I’ve made the switch now to gluten free as of two weeks ago from today and I’m already noticing a lot more energy. I also think this is because instead of breads and things like that I’ve replaced them with fresh veggies and fruits. Amazing what a difference diet changes can make in your overall well-being!

  3. Rachel Meyers says:

    A good read and very informative. I’m glad to have read it. Please post more of your articles on this subject. They are very interesting.

  4. Jennie says:

    I had no idea you were such a prolific writer. We have read many of your articles on celiac disease and the gluten-free diet plus your ebooks on the subject are great. At first, a couple years ago, I wasn’t very interested in the gluten-free diet. I though, “I’m not celiac so what does it matter?” But then I started to see that we aren’t meant to be eating gluten and wheat. You inspired me to make a big diet change for my family and are now on the EZ-Mealz.com gluten free meal plan. Your writings have truly made a difference in our family!

  5. Julie Walsh says:

    I’m definitely getting interested in this gluten-free diet, especially since you write about your gluten-free advocacy work so often. That’s really great to hear that there are so many more options out there for people who can’t eat gluten. I see “gluten-free” a lot now when I’m at the grocery store, not so much when I eat out though. And the gluten-free stuff tastes good! It doesn’t really seem like you’re missing out, as long as you have time to cook your meals at home!

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