Gluten-Free Living Begins Distribution into Wegman's with Volume 9, #1

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Gluten-Free Living's latest issue has an expanded food section covering the wide variety of beans, a plentiful, inexpensive, nutritious and gluten-free food staple. Investigative pieces cover gluten in over-the-counter medicines and the connection between celiac disease and osteoporosis.

Hastings-on-Hudson, NY (PRWEB) March 31, 2009 -- Gluten-Free Living is a national magazine celebrating its 13th year as the comprehensive source of information for people with celiac disease or gluten intolerance.

"We are excited to add Wegman's to our growing distribution network," says Ann Whelan, Editor and Founder. Gluten-Free Living can also be purchased at Whole Foods, Borders, Sprouts, Vitamin Cottage and hundreds of independent health food stores.

Gluten-Free Living's latest issue features an expanded food section, "Bountiful Beans," which explores this inexpensive, plentiful, and gluten-free food staple. "Bean Cuisine" provides cooking tips and recipes. "Hiding in Plain Sight" explains why beans are a nutrient powerhouse.

"Over-the-counter medication," is part two of an investigative series by Amy Ratner examining gluten in common medicines. Part one, featured in the previous issue, covered gluten in prescription drugs. An order form in the new magazine can be used to order a variety of back issues.

"Joined at the Hip" by Ann Whelan examines the connection between celiac disease and osteoporosis and discusses the importance of calcium and exercise. A follow-up story about bone health in children with celiac disease is planned for the next issue.

Gluten-Free Living has many regular features, including "On Your Plate," which answers readers' ingredient questions. In the new magazine there are answers to questions about gluten and movie theatre popcorn, hummus, and mushrooms spawned from wheat grain.

Visit Gluten-Free Living for information and updates on important topics. Currently the home page offers a free download, "Passover Paradise," which offers guidelines on how to determine which Passover foods are gluten free. Look for stories and insights from Kendall Egan, Amy Ratner and Ann Whelan about their gluten-free lives on the GFL Blog on the website.


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