Hastings On Hudson, NY (PRWEB) September 16, 2008
Hastings-on-Hudson, NY (PRWEB) September 16, 2008 -- Gluten-Free Living, the most reliable source of information about celiac disease and the gluten-free lifestyle, has many exciting milestones to celebrate. Editor and publisher, Ann Whelan will share her expertise on the growth in the gluten-free market at the third annual Gluten-Free Culinary Summit on September 19, 2008. For more information on this summit, click on the News Flash at Gluten-Free Living.
The new and improved website, Gluten-Free Living, was launched in August. The new website explores the gluten-free lifestyle, including information on the basic diet, and how to shop, eat out and raise children gluten-free. A comprehensive list of ingredients answers the question of whether foods from Amaranth to Xanthum gum are safe for those following a gluten-free diet. Along with a definition of celiac disease, there are downloadable pages from "On Your Plate," a popular feature in the magazine.
Associate editor, Amy Ratner, and Director of Marketing, Kendall Egan are posting to the "GFL Blog," which features stories about their gluten-free experiences and perspectives. The News Flash is a source of newsworthy items on celiac disease and the gluten-free diet that occur between issues of the quarterly magazine. Subscriptions and renewals are available through a secure ecommerce site and all advertising information is available for vendors.
The most recent issue of Gluten-Free Living, Volume 8, #3, shipped just before Labor Day weekend to begin the fall season. In this issue, readers will find feature articles on the timely topic of cost cutting on the gluten-free diet, healthy choices for gluten free kids and how to make "skillet breads" in an iron pan. Also included is an update on the government proposed rules for use of the gluten-free label on food and dietician Anne Lee's inaugural column with information on oats.
Bold, colorful pictures and advertisements for gluten-free vendors accompany the well researched articles, making Gluten-Free Living the best source of ingredient and lifestyle information in the market. Gluten-Free Living is the only national four-color magazine published specifically for those who have celiac disease and follow the gluten-free diet. Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder that makes gluten, a protein found in wheat, rye and barley, toxic to those who have it. The patient is "cured" by following a gluten free diet.
Practical information and subscription are available on the website. For more information call 914-772-0160 or visit Gluten-Free Living.