A magazine just for us!!

"Check out this amazing new magazine! Delight gluten free is a fun food & lifestyle magazine for people with Celiac Disease, gluten intolerance and food allergies. It hosts delicious gourmet recipes and easy semi-homemade as well. Don't miss the Gluten-Free Meals on a Budget either. Whatever your food allergy you should be able to find something that fits your household, in their February issue they offer gluten-free, dairy-free, nut-free, egg-free, soy-free and even some rice-free recipes. Not only that, this magazine has a travel section coming in May that will host lots of fun ideas and good advice for when you venture out on the road. Personal stories, inspiring articles on Autism, Q & A with the Doc are among the other features of this magazine."

I'm very excited to see this finally happen. A magazine just for those of us eating/living gluten free. Everyday finding information, recipes, and inspiration for living gluten free gets easier to come by. Please check out this magazine, and if it seems like it's right up your alley try a subscription. http://www.delightgfmagazine.com. A subscription is just $14 a year/4 issues. Not bad if you ask me.

If you know of other gluten free magazines and/or resources leave me a comment and let me know. I'd love to take a look at them too!


Amy Ratner said...

Gluten-Free Living is a national quarterly magazine that has been publishing for about a dozen years. Long before there was information available on the Internet, we were writing about all the things that make for a happy, healthy gluten-free living. And we are still doing just that. Our current issue has stories about gluten in over-the-counter medicine, how to care for your bones if you have celiac disease, how to include economical and tasty beans in your gluten-free menu. Several months ago we had a package of stories about cutting costs on the gluten free diet. We follow developments with gluten-free labeling regularly. And we have lots more.
Check out our website at www.glutenfreeliving.com. You can read our blog and follow us on twitter, too. We have been around a long time but we are totally up-to-date.
Amy Ratner
Associate Editor