Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Beth Hillson Part I: A Gluten-Free Pioneer Living Well

I'm excited to share this post with you and tell you more about my new friend, Beth Hillson.

I had an opportunity to meet Beth a few weeks ago at the Gluten Free Food Allergy Fest in Indianapolis and to receive a copy of her new book "The Complete Guide to Living Well Gluten Free." - we'll get to that in just a minute!

Beth is a fabulous, brilliant, funny lady, who has contributed to the celiac disease/gluten-free community in so many ways. Beth wears many hats, from being Food Editor for Gluten-Free & More Magazine (Formery Living Without) and President of the American Celiac Disease Alliance, as well as Founder of the Gluten-Free Pantry (which has been acquired by Glutino) and she's also an accomplished author, chef and baker. Beth is known for making fabulous gluten-free breads with her BFF, her beloved bread machine.

Being diagnosed in 1953 at 5 yrs. old, Beth is a true pioneer when it comes to living with celiac disease. She also knows what it's like raising a child with celiac disease, her son Jeremy was also diagnosed at 5 yrs. old.

So, Beth has a lot to share from her life experiences with living gluten-free, and it only made sense for her to write a book about it and share it with us!

Beth's book, "The Complete Guide to Living Well Gluten Free" Everything You Need to Know To Go from Surviving to Thriving covers everything from getting tested, food shopping, GF-friendly kitchen, recipes, socializing, traveling, myths and more.

It's a fabulous read and Beth shares SO MUCH information that Beth is sharing two copies with me to give to YOU!  I truly think you and/or your child will benefit from this book. It truly is a helpful guide...maybe some things you might not have thought about, Beth thought of it.

Please enter below for your chance to win a copy of "The Complete Guide to Living Well Gluten Free". Remember, 2 WINNERS will be randomly chosen to win.

To purchase Beth's new book, head over to Living Without's website or you can also purchase it through Amazon. I promise, you'll be HAPPY you did!

Make sure to enter below and stay tuned for my next post: Beth Hillson Part II: Following Her Gut and Part III: Raising Jeremy. Beth's determination to have her son tested for celiac disease and tips to raising children from socializing, simple kid friendly meals and more!