GFree Connect Care Packs

Welcome to GFree Connect, where you can receive samples of gluten free products and coupons from our brand partners. Living gluten free can certainly be a challenge. This program allows you to save time, money and simplify your life.

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For Your First Care Pack

Three times per year, GFree Connect will send a gluten-free product “care package” to your home. Each package will include approximately 25 gluten free items to sample, plus valuable coupons – some for free or heavily discounted items, professional/ organization information like celiac centers, health care professionals, support groups, and more. Each care package mailing will contain different items, so you will enjoy tasting different foods sent directly to your home three times per year.

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Keep Your Gut Healthy and Gluten-Free with Superfoods!

By Karen Graham, RD (www.smartnutritionbykg.com) We know that 70% of our immune system lies in the gut; so taking good care of our gastrointestinal system is essential for good health. Experts also agree that the health of the gut impacts our brain and mood. Some experts go as far as calling...
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Gluten Cross-Reactive Foods

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Mastering Eating Out: Is Your Meal Really Gluten Free?

Since going gluten free you may feel that eating out has become more of a hassle than an enjoyment.  It’s too overwhelming and just not worth it.  I completely understand that initial reaction because I’ve been there and use to dread going out to eat myself. What I have learned over...
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Chia Seeds: Superfood or Supplement?

By Jennifer Haas, MS, RD, CPT Nutrient Coach, Certified Personal Trainer, and Owner The Healthy Haas, LLC. Nutrition trends regarding super foods and supplements tend to come and go. For example, adding ground flax seeds to supplement ingredients in gluten-free baked goods and other foods can increase heart healthy fats which have been...
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Gluten Free Pastas: A Dietitian’s Review

Living on a gluten free diet has become less stressful the last few years due to restaurants and grocery stores becoming more gluten free friendly.  Have you heard the commercial on the radio station?  “You’re Gluten Free, We’re Commercial Free.”  Makes me chuckle every time! Being a dietitian and living on...
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“Leaky Gut Syndrome”, Food Sensitivities, and Celiac Disease

Written by Angela Moore, M.S.,R.D., LD/N, CLT Living with Celiac Disease (CD) or gluten intolerance can be very challenging. Not only do you have to scrutinize every food label for hidden sources of gluten you also need to be careful when dining out due to the high risk of cross contamination....
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Losing Weight With a Gluten Free Diet

Written by Lisa Nelson Going gluten free has become incredibly popular in recent months with celebrities such as Zooey Deschanel, Miley Cyrus and Gwyneth Paltrow all firm advocates of this healthy lifestyle. As a result it is not only those who suffer from Celiac Disease who choose alternatives to flour, meaning...
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Get Involved with Your Local Support Groups!

We at GFree Connect are huge supporters of Gluten Free support groups. We (the founders) attend meetings on behalf of our daughter, and each time we go we come back with some new information to help both her and us with aspects of living gluten free. We’ve come up with...
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22 Herbs and Spices for Your Health

Written by Leslie Cerier Summer is here! With so much fresh produce available at this time of year, all gluten free folks can reap so many benefits by stocking on up a few things, including herbs and spices. The herbs and spices listed below are powerful medicinal aids to a gluten...
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What May Be Missing In Your Gluten Free Food!

Gluten gives an elastic and stretchy quality to foods. Think about the chewy texture that only a bagel can deliver. Gluten comes from various grains like wheat, barley, rye, spelt, and kamut. Gluten cross contamination occurs when a non-gluten grain comes in contact with a gluten containing grain in the...
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Enjoying a Gluten Free Summer

With spring in full bloom and summer lurking around the corner, many of you are probably planning your weekend adventures, a tropical vacation, or maybe even an excursion abroad. However, as many of you may already know following a gluten free (GF) diet can be difficult especially when you have...
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Enhance Your Health and Tickle Your Taste Buds with Buckwheat

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5 Tips for Remaining Gluten-Free Without Raising Glucose Levels

As a Registered Dietitian, I am often asked similar questions related to general health and well-being. Particularly, when it comes to eating gluten-free, or really any allergen-friendly plan, it is important to consider the amount of sugar in your food and beverage choices. With diabetes on the rise, blood glucose...
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Could It Be More Than Gluten?

Does this sound like you? You’ve had a love-hate relationship with food for a long time. In fact, for as long as you can remember, you’ve always loved food more than food has loved you. Once you made the decision to give up gluten you dedicated yourself to reading labels,...
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Bone Health and Celiac Disease

BONE HEALTH & CELIAC DISEASE Bone health is a complex interplay of factors.  Bone is metabolically active and constantly being remodeled. Ideally, bone formation and breakdown exist in a dynamic equilibrium that favors bone growth until about 30 years of age.  People with Celiac Disease, especially those who were undiagnosed during...
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10 Gluten-Free Grains For Everyone

By Leslie Cerier, The Organic Gourmet www.lesliecerier.com Adapted and excerpted with permission from Gluten-Free Recipes for the Conscious Cook by Leslie Cerier (New Harbinger Publications). www.lesliecerier.com Everyone can benefit from eating a wide range of gluten-free whole grains. Gluten-free cooking and baking goes beyond just replacing the few popular gluten grains wheat,...
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Three Ways to Cultivate Gluten-Free Holiday Goodness

We all want to eat closer to the earth these days. Some of us cultivate our own kitchen gardens, growing a cornucopia of brilliantly colored and aromatic vegetables and herbs to share the Thanksgiving table with roasted turkey or game, rich gravies, and wholesome fruited desserts. Some of us gather...
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A Jolly G-Free Holiday

Written by Amy Macklin, RD, LDN  (See end of article for more information) Being a gluten free guest in someone's home for the holidays can be overwhelming and awkward at times, especially if you're new to the gluten free lifestyle.  With some planning on your part, it can be a great...
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GFree at the Grocery Store

Happy New Year to all of you! We hope that it’s been a great New Year for you so far. There are probably a lot of you who are now working on your New Year’s resolutions and on your way to reaching your goals during 2013. We know a common...
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Beans-For Dessert? A GFree Food that’s both versatile and good for you!

If you’re on a gluten-free diet, cake is most likely not on the top of your dessert list given the flour content. But you’d be surprised at what you can make into cake! When I was given this recipe for garbanzo bean chocolate cake and my first thought was “That’s...
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A Sleepover Survival Guide

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A Sleepover Survival Guide (Part 2 of 3)

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Gluten Sensitivity Symptoms: It May Be In Your Head

  By Karen Graham, RD www.SmartNutritionbyKG.com There are three main conditions that react negatively to gluten; wheat allergy, celiac disease and gluten sensitivity. A wheat allergy involves the immune system by triggering histamines, basophils and mast cells, similar to a peanut allergy. Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder, creating antibodies (tTG) that...
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FOOD AS MEDICINE: Healing your gut with homemade soups

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Gluten-Free All-Purpose Flours: A Great Convenience for those with Gluten-Related Disorders

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Healthy Gluten Free Baking for the Holidays

Written by Sheila Wagner PT, CN, BCHN Remaining gluten free through out the holiday season is easier than ever now due to readily available gluten free substitutes! There’s a myriad of gluten free flours to use for baking such as rice, quinoa, buckwheat, tapioca, potato, corn and millet. The available prepared gluten...
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