Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 30, 2012
The renowned celiac advocate Miranda Jade Turbin has been voicing her support for gluten-free labeling standards in the U.S. on several celiac support websites and on her blog at GlutenFreeHelp.info. Recently, Miranda Jade has earned recognition for her gluten-free labeling support by major organizations such as the Celiac Community Foundation of Northern California, who prominently listed her and her award-winning website on their GF Labeling Supporters board on Pinterest.
Miranda Jade Turbin is the acclaimed blogger behind the internationally-recognized, award-winning gluten-free resource website, GlutenFreeHelp.info. “It’s a tremendous honor to see myself and GlutenFreeHelp.info recognized as a major supporter for gluten-free labeling standards,” said the celiac advocate. “I’ve put a lot of time and effort into getting the word out about this issue and promoting the White House petition, and it’s so rewarding to see the impact!”
The Food Allergen Labeling and Consumer Protection Act (FALCPA) required Health and Human Services to establish gluten-free labeling guidelines by 2008 in order to help people with celiac disease more safely adhere to a strict gluten-free diet, the only treatment for their condition. Miranda Jade Turbin has been promoting the petition to the Obama administration to finalize standards for gluten-free labeling laws. Her articles on the subject and other celiac-related issues have appeared on numerous websites including celiac.com, celiac.org and in the Journal of Gluten Sensitivity.
According to Miranda Jade Turbin , “Without gluten-free labeling standards, millions of Americans are at risk of consuming foods that aren’t truly gluten-free and may suffer serious health consequences. It’s vital that the White House does its part to finalize this law now.”
The Celiac Community Foundation of Northern California is dedicated to raising awareness of celiac disease and gluten intolerance, offering support to those who suffer from these conditions, and providing education about gluten issues to the medical community, food companies and the general public. As part of its advocacy efforts, the organization maintains a GF Labeling Supporters board (http://pinterest.com/CalCeliac/gf-labeling-supporters/) on their Pinterest page of “companies, authors, chefs and bloggers [they] love for their active support of gluten-free labeling standards and the White House petition,” where they have listed Miranda Jade Turbin of GlutenFreeHelp.info
GlutenFreeHelp.info, voted the #2 .info website in the world out of over 6 million registered .info websites, is a leading resource for celiacs and gluten-free individuals. According to Miranda Jade Turbin, she will continue to post the latest gluten-free labeling news and promote the White House petition frequently on her blog at http://glutenfreehelp.info/gluten-free-help-blog. “I’m not going to stop talking about this until we have legal gluten-free labeling guideline standards firmly established in this country,” she said.
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ABOUT MIRANDA JADE TURBIN, OFFICIAL PARTNER OF GLUTENFREEHELP.INFO Miranda Jade Turbin was finally diagnosed with celiac disease after 18 years--her entire childhood--of repeated misdiagnoses, going from one doctor to the next and in and out of hospitals without any answers. Within two weeks of removing all gluten from her diet, Miranda Jade’s life completely turned around. After her experience, she knew in her heart she had to help others as an advocate for celiac disease and gluten sensitivity. Miranda Jade teamed up with her mother Tina Turbin, also a diagnosed celiac and founder of the award-winning website GlutenFreeHelp.info, to this day handling all communications for this very busy website. Miranda Jade has gone on to write numerous eBooks, articles, reviews, and sought-after gluten-free grain-free recipes. Miranda Jade is bicoastal with gluten-free test kitchens on both coasts.
For more information please call Rosie Newman 888-701-6481 or media(at)glutenfreehelp(dot)info.