Earlier this year I attended a Gluten-Free expo that was a wonderful mix of entrepreneurially-minded gluten-free cooks.
Now, followers of a gluten-free lifestyle can meet on a new social networking site, Glutenfreefaces.com. This free site offers recipes, blogs, tips, discussion groups, gluten research, and news. In other words, it’s a gluten-free Facebook.
"But, I don’t have celiac!" you say. This recent study from Mayo Clinic shows it’s more prevalent than people realize. So, stop by and check it out, if for no other reason than to learn about something that could very well touch you or your family.
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