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FREE Webinar: Yes, You Can Eat! When Gluten Isn’t the Only Ingredient You Avoid

March 22, 2019

FREE Webinar: Yes, You Can Eat! When Gluten Isn’t the Only Ingredient You Avoid

Food allergies and intolerances are common additional dietary concerns for those diagnosed with celiac disease and gluten sensitivity, which add to the challenges of eating gluten-free. NFCA’s Answers from a Dietitian blogger Melinda Dennis will provide dietitians with the knowledge and tools needed to successfully treat patients following the gluten-free diet who must also be mindful of other dietary allergies and intolerances. The discussion will also include tips to share with their patients.Lucy's

Sponsored by Lucy’s, this webinar is free of charge.

When: Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Time: 2 p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT

Where: Your computer

To register:
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Watch & Win!

Participants who watch the live webinar will be entered to win one of these fantastic prizes:

Up for grabs are three boxes of Lucy’s gluten-free, vegan cookies (made without milk, eggs, peanuts, or tree nuts!) – flavors will include a 5.5oz box of Ginger Snap, Chocolate, and Maple Bliss. Three participants will win one box of each cookie , all new flavors!

Lucy's Gluten-Free CookiesFlavor descriptions:

  • Ginger Snap – These snaps are made with real ginger, lemon and a tiny tad of chipotle spice. Kids love them as much as grown-ups do.
  • Maple Bliss – These are crispy, crunchy, delicate, Maple Bliss. You’ll think organic maple syrup dripped right from the tree into our batter. Not too sweet. Just right!
  • Chocolate – These chocolate cookies have a delicate, crisp flavor. Eat them, crumble them over frozen treats, make a pie crust with them. Have you had your chocolate today?

Three more lucky participants will win a copy of Melinda and Dr. Daniel A. Leffler’s book, Real Life with Celiac Disease: Troubleshooting and Thriving Gluten Free, which was published by the AGA Press in May 2010.

Note: Beyond Celiac provides information on gluten-free events as a service to the community. Please note that Beyond Celiac cannot assure the event participant or restaurant patron of the gluten-free practices or knowledge of the restaurants cited if they have not completed the Beyond Celiac GREAT Kitchens program, which provides accredited gluten-free training to restaurants and other foodservice providers. Please call the venue directly to learn more about their preparation processes.


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