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New to Gluten-Free

More and more people are being diagnosed with Celiac Disease each day.  In addition to Celiac Disease, there is also Non-Celiac gluten intolerance/gluten-sensitivity.  I don’t really care what you call it, if you eat it and it makes you feel bad, don’t eat it.  If you are new to the gluten-free diet, please make sure to visit my “Tips for Gluten-Free Newbies” page.

Starting the diet can be a daunting task.  I wish I could have found something like what I am about to share with you when I first started the gluten-free diet.  Jules Gluten Free has put together an amazing New-To-Gluten-Free Pack complete with some pretty amazing stuff:

* The First Year: Celiac Disease and Living Gluten Free by Jules Shepard
* 5 lb. bag Jules All Purpose Flour
* Jules Cookie Mix
* Jules Cake Mix
* Jules Nearly Normal Cooking eBook
* Jules Cookie-Mix eBook
* Jules Dinner-A-Day eBook
* Jules New-to-Gluten-Free eBook

Contents from Jules’ Product Partners:
* Erewhon Crispy Brown Rice Cereal
* Gluten Free Pasta from BiAglut – 17.6 ounces (500g)
* GoPicnic Meal
* Enjoy Life Mini Chips Coupons
* Glutino Gluten Free Pretzels – 2.6 ounces
* PopCorners – Kettle flavor – 5 ounces
* Living Without Magazine
* Conrad Rice Mill – Konriko Wild Pecan Rice
* Hol-Grain Rice Starch
* Hol-Grain Chili Seasoning Mix
* Hol-Grain Chicken Coating Mix
* University of Maryland Center for Celiac Disease Support Bracelet
* Gluten Intolerance Group Information

This awesome package is available for $59 (normally $130) for a limited time.  Don’t pass this deal up! It is so great to have such a wonderful package of hand-picked tried and true products.

How did you survive the first few months of the gluten-free diet?

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