Sharing our stories is a way to spread understanding and support. Through these efforts we hope to unite an extremely active community and help spread awareness of celiac disease through social media.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) May 02, 2014
During May’s National Celiac Awareness Month, Glutenfreeda Foods, Inc. will host national #SupportCeliacAwareness campaign. Members of the celiac and gluten-free community are encouraged to socially share in order to raise awareness and advocate for the health of those with celiac disease.
Users of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+ and Vine can share their personal stories, photos, recipes, tips or knowledge of celiac disease and gluten-free living by using the hashtag #SupportCeliacAwareness. Posts using the hashtag, will be displayed on supportceliacawareness.com where anyone can view the information and knowledge being shared.
“As a celiac, I know the broad range of symptoms of celiac disease can be difficult to diagnose. In many cases, people suffer for years before they receive an accurate diagnosis that leads to a gluten-free diet,” said Yvonne Gifford, CEO of Glutenfreeda Food, Inc. “Sharing our stories is a way to spread understanding and support. Through these efforts we hope to unite an extremely active community and help spread awareness of celiac disease through social media."
To participate, people can use the hashtag #SupportCeliacAwareness in their social media content, which will appear on supportceliacawareness.com to help raise awareness of the disease and the benefits of living gluten-free. Users can participate on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+ and Vine through May 30th.
Glutenfreeda Foods, Inc. is a wheat/gluten-free food manufacturer that produces quick, convenient gluten-free products that taste authentic. All of their products are made from wholesome, "real" ingredients. Glutenfreeda’s mission is to provide convenient, unique, safe food products that simplify the gluten-free lifestyle, enabling consumers to enjoy delicious food choices every day that were previously unavailable "gluten-free."