gfJules Back-to-School e-Book - Free for a Limited Time! - Celiac Disease
Aug 7 2015

gfJules Back-to-School e-Book – Free for a Limited Time!

Is it really August already? Many schools are getting ready to start back and for a child with Celiac Disease or following a special diet, that can be pretty scary. Mom and Dad worry about what their child is going to eat while the child is worrying about looking different. gfJules recently updated her Back-to-School e-book just in time!

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More about the Back-to-School with Jules e-Book:

It’s time to go back to school whether we (or our kids!) like it or not. The experience of being gluten-free or having other food allergies or sensitivities while in a school environment can be overwhelming for kids, young adults and parents, alike. There is a true learning curve to navigating kindergarten OR college with dietary restrictions, and no parent is immune to the stress caused by it.

My Back-to-School e-book is an updated, trusted resource full of information and recipes to allay the fears of those sending a child off to school at any age. I have added an extensive section on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and 504 plans, and how they could apply to protect your student, as well as adding more gluten-free recipes and links to resources that will make the transition to school as easy as possible, even with food restrictions like celiac disease or gluten sensitivity.

Jules has graciously offered to give this e-Book to our readers for free ($10.95 retail price) for a limited time (the next two weeks). All you have to do is simply enter the code: JulesSchool26 at checkout and then follow the instructions to download. Some of the recipes included in the 35 page e-Book:

  • Cupcakes & Frosting
  • Jules’ Toaster Pastries
  • Flour Tortillas
  • Sandwich Bread
  • Peanut Butter & Jelly Cookies
  • Cornbread, and more!

Are you ready to send your kids back to school? When do they start back? We go back in less than a week!

Article Written by:

Kyle Eslick is the founder of Gluten Free Media, as well as the creator of the popular Celiac Support Groups page. Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, and now Google+!

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