My First Giveaway; a gluten free cleanse

 

 

 

 

 

 

I’m thrilled to have found this program; an online guide to ridding yourself of gluten.  When I did I immediately planned to participate and was thrilled when I was offered the opportunity to gift a spot to my readers as well.  Yes, a giveaway.

Meghan Telpner is a Toronto based nutritionist who runs The Love in the Kitchen Academy and regularly doles out healthy goodness on her blog, Making Love in the Kitchen.  Her list of accomplishments is endless, I invite you to check out her site here.

Meghan’s gluten-free renewal cleanse online program promises to assist in clearing gluten from your body over the course of a 4 week period while laying the groundwork for healthy alternatives.  Just look at all  it includes;

  • A 30-day guide to Gluten-Free living that you can download immediately after registration.
  • Two 7-day meals plans (that’s LOADS of meal and snack ideas)
  • 45+ amazing and simple Gluten-Free recipes
  • Gluten-Free cooking tips
  • Plenty of easily digestible (get it?) info about gluten and how it affects your body, why it’s addictive, hidden sources of gluten, and more
  • Bi-weekly emails with tips, support and bonus recipes.
  • Daily group support via Twitter (#GlutenFreeCleanse)
  • Weekly live video chat/conference calls

If this looks like something you would like to be a part of just a few simple steps are required to enter;

1. Follow me here on truly T H R I V I N G.  I will be tracking progress, posting about the cleanse and support is always beneficial.

2. Tell me why you have gone or want to go gluten-free.

3. Tell me any challenges you have been facing or are concerned with.

Simple as that.  Just email the above info to me at amberallen.p@gmail.com by Thurs Feb 23rd 2012 at 9pm EST.

I will choose a winner then and notify you by email with all the necessary details.  Get going, this will be a great opportunity.  I feel so blessed to be a part of it.

Have a great weekend,

amber

Comments

  1. Thanks for sharing; I’m not allergic to gluten but I’ve found the “free” food is so much better for my skin:) Great post and I look forward to sharing more with you:)

    • Yes, you’re most welcome. Stay tuned. I’ve got some great info to share which shed a lot of light on this topic for me. I too am not allergic, more sensitive to gluten but see a HUGE difference when not consuming. thanks for the comment. have a great weekend!

      • Well, it’s good to know for sure, as for some pelpoe celiac is absolutely silent until major damage is done. I got tested for my son’s sake.If you’re anything like me, once you see how good you feel, and how crappy you feel when you do have gluten, it’s not hard not to cheat.

  2. I have been gluten free for 3 years-actually maybe not 100% because I eat oatmeal and tamari sometimes. In general though I avoid all flour and it has helped most importantly my ADD, my cravings and my weight. I love gluten free!

  3. Ahhh, good point. I’ll call our doorcts today! Although I suspect for me, major damage is already done (Hypothyroid and ulcerative colitis I’m suspecting is an autoimmune response to my gluten!??!) Have you heard that connection?

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