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I attend a lot of Gluten and/or Allergy Free Expos and every time I go, either as a vendor or as a consumer, I always get something good out of attending. Here’s why you should consider attending one in your area: 1. You’re Newly Diagnosed: Overwhelmed, having a hard time knowing what’s correct information on the internet or where you should start? Expos always have a roster of great speakers who can help demystify the new world you’re entering whether
Enjoy Libre Naturals’ best selling Nonuttin’ brand natural granola pouches at 20% off for the month of October. Each mouth-watering flavor is handcrafted in small batches to bring out the best taste. And because they are unbaked, you can enjoy Nonuttin’ granola on its own, with your favorite yogurt or as a topping for apple crisp without scraping your mouth like other granolas do. While you enjoy the great taste and savings, you can take comfort in the fact that every
Although I have been banned from mentioning “Back to School” by my daughter, it is that time of year. And with it comes the anxiety of sending your food allergic child to a new year and new classroom. Try to get a handle on it now with our Top 10 Back to School Tips located on our new Children and Teens with Food Allergies Education Page: http://librenaturals.com/teens-children-allergies-celiac-USA/
It’s been a long time coming but the FDA finally announce gluten free regulations in the USA on Friday. Over the last few years they had proposed guidelines but no means to regulate those unscrupulous people who were throwing gluten free on everything. Unlike Canada, oats are allowed under this regulation, as long as they can prove that they are below the 20 ppm of gluten cutoff. Any company that has Gluten Free Certification from GFCO still tests their products
If you’re looking at my blog and wondering if I fell off of the face of the Earth since November, I don’t blame you. But I’m here, definitely! Basically, since I knew that I’d be moving my blog from The Nonuttin’ Notes to my new one at www.alanaelliott.com , I thought I’d put off posting until all of the new sites (www.librenaturals.com and www.librenaturals.ca ) were up. I fully expected that to be in December. We just ran into so
With many American children getting their calories from fast food, food allergies mean less fast food and eating more consciously.