Guide to Living Well Gluten Free

Have you ever had a "fan" moment? You know, when you meet someone famous and you shyly introduce yourself and get all tongue-tied? The more I work as a Celiac Disease advocate, that seems to happen to me a lot. I was SO blessed to meet Beth Hillson last year at the Gluten-Free Food Allergy Fest in Columbus, Ohio. She was so gracious and lovely. I'm blessed to call her a friend.


Beth Hillson has been a force for change in the Celiac Disease community for decades. After going to culinary school, she started the business Gluten Free Pantry in 1993, a line of baking mixes which have been acquired by Glutino. She's the president of the Celiac Disease Alliance, a food editor of Gluten Free and More Magazine (formerly Living Without), and a great resource to thousands. She also maintains her own website with recipes and tips. She accomplishes all of this while being totally approachable and down-to-earth.


That's why I'm such a fan of her book "The Complete Guide to Living Well Gluten Free," It's written in the same conversational tone, so it feels like you're talking to a friend instead of reading an informational book. She covers every situation imaginable - from cooking to dating and beyond. With so much mis-information on the internet, her voice and input can be trusted.  It makes this book an excellent companion for anyone who is recently diagnosed or is a supporter of friends or family who must live gluten-free. 

Beth is donating a signed copy of one of her books for Celiac Disease Awareness Month. One winner will be chosen and he/she must live within the continental United States. 

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