Win a Copy of ‘GLUTEN FREEDOM’ by Dr. Alessio Fasano

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Everyone is talking about it. Everyone wants it. Now you can have your own copy of, GLUTEN FREEDOM, the new book from world renown expert on Celiac Disease & gluten related disorders, Dr. Alessio Fasano.

 

Here’s a snippet:

Is it really possible to eliminate Celiac Disease and other gluten related disorders such as gluten sensitivity and wheat allergy? I believe this can become a reality for the next generation. But before we look at next steps for the global gluten free community, let’s see where we have come from, and where we presently stand on this journey to gluten freedom.

 

**All you have to do is leave a comment below about how Celiac Disease or a Gluten Disorder affects your life or why this book will be useful in your life.

That’s it!!  Enter to Win Now!!

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 *Last day to enter is Sunday, April 27th.

 

About Kirsten Berman GlutenFreeGal

GlutenFreeGal living with Celiac Disease and Changing the American Food System
one person at a time

Comments

  1. I have been ill in various forms since my earliest memories at 5 years old. In and out of all varieties of doctors offices. No answers. I was told it could not be something I am eating. I beg to differ. At almost 47 years old now, and 4 years gluten free (self-diagnosed) I am healthier than I have ever been. I am not 100% but knowing I cannot have guten has changed my life dramatically and I will never go back. The positive thing about it is that I now feel I have control over my health. It does not control me.

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  2. Irfan A Chattha says:

    Nice work

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  3. I think it’s important to stay on top of new data regarding Celiac. Never has this disease received such diligent attention. Now is when the truth will begin to come out. Research is starting to turn in our favor. Not to mention WE can take control of OUR health with proper nutrition and knowledge!

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  4. I have celiac disease and over 30 food intolerances. It took 9 doctors to finally diagnose me. My blood test was positive but negative biopsy. My former GI made me feel like it was all in head and tried putting me on antidepressants and sedatives but I listened to my gut and found a homeopath who recommended the paleo diet ❤️I’m now symptom free and finally gaining weight. I would love a copy of this book, I’ve heard this doctor is amazing and has really helped the celiac community.

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  5. Celiac made itself known to us eight months ago when my 12 year old son was diagnosed. It took three months of doctor appointments and a chance visit with a GI doc to finally find the proper diagnosis. I read stories of people who go years without knowing that they have this disease and I have seen the statistics on the thousands of others who never get tested. I see the pain that my son goes through when he accidentally is “glutened” and I can’t imagine the years of trauma that these undiagnosed individuals go through. I view my son’s diagnosis as a positive experience for it has brought this disease to light not only in our eyes, but in the eyes of the thousands of friends and families that we advocate to. And if one of those individuals that we share our story with finds our journey familiar and is, in turn, helped, diagnosed and eased of their pain, it makes it all worth while.

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  6. Casey Dortry says:

    I was recently diagnosed w/ Celiac, I’m 27, but I think I’ve been sick for a long time. Now looking back I can see that. A symptom here or symptom there, didn’t really add up to much until all hell broke lose and I felt like I was going to die. Thank god we figured it out before it was too late!! Keep advocating!! Great Job!

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  7. Monica Bradley says:

    I actually already have a copy of the book, but think it’s an important read for everyone. Intestinal related issues & illness are becoming an epidemic. Dr. Fasano brings to light, the facts, help & understanding people need. So if you don’t win a copy, then buy one. 100% of proceeds go to Celiac Research.

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  8. I am self diagnosed Celiac or intolerant, which ever, I know I am it. After being sick for quite a while, a friend mentioned GlutenFree. I tried it before getting tested and there is no way that I am going back to eating gluten to find out for sure. I’ve heard of Dr. Fasano and am very interested in his ideas, he seems to be at the forefront of gluten research. So if you will please include me as a candidate I’d be much appreciated!

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  9. I would love this book. My teenage son was diagnosed a year ago and he just doesn’t wasn’t to eat what he should and am at witt’s end. Maybe this book can help him see the light of why his future might have in store if he doesn’t start eating right.

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  10. I have a newly diagnosed 5 year old with celiac disease. Since becoming gluten free she has gained a pound a month! She is kinder, nicer and her overall demeaner has changed . Her nails and hair are growing for the first time. I would love to read this book

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  11. Dr. Fasano is my hero, as well as, Dr. Peter Green. We have come so far in the last few years, it is quite incredible. I’m 53 an was diagnosed only a year ago after suffering most of my life. I am still trying to figure it all out. This would be a great help. Thank you.

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  12. My husband was diagnosed with celiac disease in 2010. At first we thought it was going to be really hard, but after awhile, you get used to it. We’re just lucky that there are so many gluten-free products (and naturally gluten-free products) for us to choose from now!

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  13. Being gluten-free as a diagnosed celiac has definitely been made easier these past few years as the expansion of such products continues. Social media such as Twitter and Facebook further accelerate that education via Internet. It’s so much easier to obtain information for self others have gathered, shared. Knowledge-sharing is a life-line to many celiacs.

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  14. One of my friends tweeted this to me because of the quote you used. I think I am one of those symptomless people. I have many reasons, that I won’t get into now, but snippet raises more questions that I think I should get checked out. Sometimes when you really need to accept something, the Universe shows you a way. Thank you.

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  15. Martin Ruck says:

    My wife was only diagnosed with wheat intolerance 18 months ago after 20 + long years of suffering & misdiagnosis. For her going gluten free has been a life changing experience !

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  16. I never would have thought how liberating being free of gluten would be! Gone are the nasty effects on my health, both physically and mentally. Intense cravings for gluten are also a thing of the past. My mind, my body and my family are much happier!

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  17. Because of my own family’s desire to be able to enjoy cookies and desserts the way we once did before we eliminated wheat and gluten from our diets, I developed my personal “formula” for baking gluten free cookies and treats. The results we not only delicious and “safe” for our family… they actually tasted BETTER than the originals!

    My desire to share these recipes with the gluten free world is what caused me put together a HUGE collection— The A-B-C and Gluten Free Cookie Book — of over 200 pages of cookie and bar recipes. All of them are gluten free, and all of them are delicious.

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  18. Heather Ann Martinez says:

    I have recently been asked by several people to help them understand what being gluten-free is like, the importance of not cross-contaminating foods in the kitchen, and healing from malnourishment. My desire is not only to share recipes and cooking tips but also to share about the renewed energy and strength the gluten-free diet has given me.

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  19. Eliminating gluten has helped me to have clearer thoughts and words, helped me to communicate better which has I turn helped me be more successfully in my career. I also don’t come home lethargic with achey feet or a bad case of acne on my shoulder blades.

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  20. I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia twenty years ago and at one point was taking massive amounts of prescriptions plus had a severe loss of mobility and quality of life. I was at the time a young single mother of two children. I very quickly realized that the medications were doing nothing to help plus I could not raise or support my children by being a pharmy zombie. I ultimately through trial and error figured out that diet was key to not only my recovery but was also the source of my illnesses. I have found the most relief by eliminating gluten and dairy from my diet. All this I have done on my own as I was unable to afford medical care so in truth I do not know if I am merely intolerant or celiac… Either or, I see results. I am now a chef specializing in gluten free cooking and I want to share what I have learned and feel the information in the book will help me towards that goal.

    Thank you

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  21. I read these posts with a sad and glad heart. Most of us have similar stories. The Allopathic Medical community is failing us time and time again. My intent is not to demonize them so please do not read what I am not saying. It just makes me sad to read all the posts where each person sought out help from their trusted doctor only to walk away with no answers and in some cases with a script that adds to the problem. But in each case it has ended well and you are all feeling well. Me included. I am so thankful to be on this side of it now and join you all in trying to spread the word of this “frankenfood” called gluten (the added, processed form called Gliadin of course)
    Here’s to our health!

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  22. Colette Winder says:

    I am told that my Celiac is severe. I can have a reaction from even having a conversation with someone after they have eaten gluten. I have to think about everything I do in every waking moment of my day which makes life difficult. I am hoping that as I heal more as it’s only been 8 months this will subside at least to a comfortable level.

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  23. danny williams says:

    My 10 year old son is coeliac. Parties, eating out,going to friends all take planning in advance. It takes the spontaneity out of life.
    You just cannot decide to eat out at the first place you find.

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    • GlutenFreeGal says:

      Yes I agree, being social and a Celiac can put a damper on things and a pain in the arse with the extra planning. I always carry snacks with me and in my car as a just in case. But, on the flip side, because I have to plan, I end up eating a whole lot healthier in the end then most of my counterparts, hopefully leading to less problems down the road.

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