Monday, January 20, 2014

Gluten Free Mom Certified FREE Cookbook and Why Go Gluten Free?

Someone asked me if gluten free cooking is a fad. I honestly do not think that gluten free cooking is a fad. I do think that sometimes we jump on a certain bandwagon just because everyone else is doing it without really knowing why we would benefit. For people with a true diagnosis of celiac disease or gluten intolerance, removing gluten from their foods will help their symptoms.


What are some of the symptoms seen with people who can't tolerate gluten? They include abdominal pain, gas, constipation, bloating, diarrhea, nausea, weight loss, fatigue and depression. Those symptom fit a lot of other diseases and intolerances so do make sure you get tested to see if you need to go gluten free.

I do have to say that no one in my family has been diagnosed. I do cook gluten free recipes when I see one that I want to try and have several gluten free recipes here on my blog. Why? Why not! I love trying new recipes and sharing them here on my blog. If you have one to share, let me know!
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This brings me to a free kindle book that is going on right now from a sweet blogging friend, Tiffany Hinton over at Gluten Free Mom Certified (also the name of her cookbook). She is celebrating her birthday and wanted to offer her tasty cookbook for FREE! This cookbook normally sells for $27.00. Pop over and check out her cookbook and get it on Kindle. If you do not have a Kindle, you can still download it on your computer or phone.

I have yet to go through the cookbook but when I do, I will post a lengthier review and share a recipe. Here is the book description from Amazon:

People who Gluten Free Mom Certified is a tasty way to bring fun back into cooking with favorite meals and desserts free of gluten and dairy. Scrumptious recipes are presented by a super Mom with notes, tasty tips, colorful photographs, and easy to find ingredients. You will learn how to make sweet treats and tasty treats from the kitchen - recreating the foods you grew up eating. If you find pre-made gluten free food to pricey or hard to find and you want to be able to create treats with taste and flavor or if you are looking for a simple alternative and wish you could make something fabulous - this book is for you!


More Gluten Free Recipes


7 comments:

Tiffany Hinton said...

Thank you Susie for sharing. Total surprise and I love it. You are awesome!

- Tiffany

Janeane Davis said...

This post had a nice explanation of some symptoms people who need to have a gluten free diet may experience. I was glad to learn this information.

RudeMom Cyndee said...

Our son has Autism and IBS so we decided with his doctors to place him on a gluten free diet. It has helped him in more ways then I could ever tell you. Thank you for the cookbook.

Lisa said...

Looks & Sounds Delicious I Love Your Website Susie!!

Darlene Harrington said...

Thank-u Susie. Great Cookbook. Cannot wait to show my daughter. :)

Elizabeth Copeland said...

When our children have a sensitivity to something it also causes their eczema to flare. We've done reduced gluten and completely eliminated gluten over the years, but I have still been unable to pinpoint exactly what is causing their issues. I love a good gluten free cookbook! I'll look for this one at our library.

Tammy S said...

We are just getting more and more into gluten free. I am trying to cut it out as I can. I am hoping that it will help my daughter. Thanks for the info!

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