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New Gluten-Free Summer Guides from NFCA & Blue Diamond

Throw a 4th of July bash and stay active all season with these tip sheets.

Summer is the perfect time to celebrate your healthy gluten-free lifestyle…and even those who aren’t gluten-free can join the fun!

The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) has created two quick guides to help you make the most of your summer. These new tip sheets are sponsored by Blue Diamond Almonds, the company behind gluten-free Nut Thins and NEW! gluten-free Baked Nut Chips.

Gluten-Free 4th of July GuideThis week
4th of July Fun:
Planning an Independence Day celebration, but don’t know where to start? Get tips on everything from party décor to cross-contamination prevention, plus a few gluten-free recipes any guest will enjoy. Download this guide now.

Next week
Summer Health & Fitness Tips:
If you’ve been lazing around all spring, it’s time to get your rear back in gear. There are plenty of ways to get moving this summer, both indoors and outside. These tips will tell you how. Visit NFCA’s Athletes for Awareness blog next week (June 27-July 1) to download this guide.

The guides will also be available for download from NFCA’s Printable Guides section as well as Blue Diamond’s Gluten-Free Recipe Box on beyondceliac.org. The guides will remain available through the summer season.

*Win Free Blue Diamond Baked Nut Chips! Watch NFCA's staff blog (celiaccentral.wordpress.com) this week and Gluten-Free Hot Products blog (www.GlutenFreeHotProducts.com) next week to learn how you can score a bag of each new Blue Diamond Baked Nut Chips flavor.

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