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The Gluten Free Society’s Gluten Free Recipe Book is Now Available

June 16, 2013

Glutenology — Healthy Recipes for the Gluten Free Warrior is now available for sale directly on The Gluten Free Society´s webpage.

Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) June 16, 2013

The Gluten Free Society, under the direction of Dr. Peter Osborne, is now selling a gluten free recipe book directly on its website. Glutenology — Healthy Recipes for the Gluten Free Warrior sells for $24.95 and is exclusively offered by The Gluten Free Society. The book is not sold anywhere else. You can purchase the book by clicking here: http://www.glutenfreesociety.org/healthy-gluten-free-recipes/

“I wrote the book to act as an easy to follow guide for people starting a gluten free lifestyle,” said Dr. Osborne. “The book contains over 145 delicious gluten free recipes that can´t be found anywhere else. These are unique, savory recipes that truly are gluten free.”

Glutenology — Healthy Recipes for the Gluten Free Warrior offers properly organized, well-structured gluten free recipes. The recipes contain tips on how to spot gluten in products claiming to be “gluten free” and ways to eat gluten free while on the go. “Anyone who orders the book during the month of June will also get a free month´s membership to my Glutenology Health Matrix,” finished Dr. Osborne. The Matrix comes with health restoring protocols and lifestyle recommendations that allow one´s body to heal after years of gluten induced damage.

The Gluten Free Society lends its support to research endeavors revolving around grains, gluten, lectins, and other compounds within grain that may harm human health. The organization provides an ongoing analysis and commentary of research performed in the field of food sensitivity/intolerance. Members of the media can contact Helene Vece of JumpStart Ink and Media Manager for the Gluten Free Society to request an interview with Dr. Peter Osborne.

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