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With over 3 million Americans affected by celiac disease, and the number of people switching to a gluten-free diet on the rise, the market for gluten-free foods has grown substantially. As most of you who follow our blog know shopping for gluten free products is often difficult and time-consuming.
So co-founder of Happy Gluten Free, James Shirley, wrote and released (in honor of Celiac Awareness month) a new book titled Gluten Free Diet: A Shopping Guide! This book takes the hassle out of gluten-free grocery shopping. It is sized to fit in a glove box, purse or even the back pocket of a favorite pair of jeans. Best of all, the book is easy to use.
Okay, maybe even better – the book is available for FREE electronically. The goal of the free ebook is to help ensure that it to make its’ way into the hands of all the people who need it!!
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Together we can make a difference in many people’s lives by sharing this ebook with others who could benefit from it! Please share the links and ebook with anyone you know of who eats gluten free, feeds those who eat gluten free (like grandparents and teachers) or otherwise might be interested.
The paperback version of the “Gluten-Free Diet: A Shopping Guide” is also now on sale at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and other online retailers. Local bookstores may carry it and can order it on request – ISBN 978-0-6154-6676-7.