#CDAM16 Gluten Free & More Magazine

Being locked out of your own website is embarrassing enough, much less during the busiest month of the year for you. My apologies for my lack of tech savvy to deal with this before a system lock-out. Regardless, I am here and ready to continue the party – even into June (because we know that celiac disease doesn’t just last a month, right?). Today is brought to you by Gluten Free & More magazine. Disclaimer up front – I work for them. Hopefully you know that by now. I am the managing editor and I do a lot for the magazine – like edit the front 1/3 of the book and write about new products, lifestyle issues, and attend conferences and expos for the magazine. You might even see me THIS WEEKEND in Minneapolis, MN at the Convention Center. The Minneapolis Gluten Free Food Allergy Fest is this weekend June 4th and 5th at the convention center! I’ll be at the Gluten Free and More booth and giving presentations about celiac disease! Also, I am an affiliate for our magazine, so if you get a subscription to the magazine from me, not only are you securing my job for the next year, but I also get a kickback that I put towards my extreme grocery bill, being in charge of new product testing for the magazine!

Gluten Free and More Magazine June July 2016

Gluten Free &┬áMore magazine has been around since 1998 in a different permutation – under the title of Living Without magazine. It was then picked up by Belvoir Media – and that’s who I work for now. About a year and some change ago, we changed the magazine to Gluten Free & More – a much more positive sounding title that actually reflected what was in between the covers. I think it’s the best gluten-free magazine out there, but I’m also totally biased – for a good reason.

The magazine comes out every two months and is full of lifestyle, recipes, and the newest research out there about celiac, food allergies and sensitivities. If you ever have any questions about the magazine, you can always shoot me an email or a tweet and I’ll be happy to answer. This magazine is perfect for those recently diagnosed and for those of us who have been eating gluten-free for over 5+ years -there is enough information in each magazine that even I am surprised, and I write for it! Trust me, you’ll love it. I know I love working for them! PS did I mention that I work with the top names in gluten-free like the GF Jules and the Beth Hillson (the woman behind GF Pantry mixes – now owned by Glutino).

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**Disclaimer: I work for Gluten Free & More magazine so I am completely biased when I say they are the best gluten-free magazine but I hope you agree. We are the largest gluten-free magazine in the US and I really hope you become a subscriber – because I really like my job!**

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Comments: 13

  1. Jennifer Whicker May 31, 2016 at 10:24 am Reply

    I subscribe to Gluten-Free and More magazine. I have subscribed to Delight Gluten-Free in the past. I typically will buy a gluten-free magazine if it is featuring recipes or stories that appeal to me.

  2. DANA K COUGHLIN May 31, 2016 at 11:57 am Reply

    I haven’t really found a place locally to buy any gf magazines and I don’t subscribe to any.

  3. Stephanie May 31, 2016 at 12:24 pm Reply

    I don’t buy any magazines about Celiac currently. I honestly didn’t realize they were out there, but I never really looked to be honest. I’m excited to maybe win one and see all of the information I’ve been missing out on!

  4. Eleanor May 31, 2016 at 4:10 pm Reply

    I used to have a subscription to (then) Living Without that I learned about from the Phx Gluten Free Expo. I love that the name has been changed to a more positive title! Sometimes, I need as much positivity that I can get when it comes to celiac disease. I feel connected to “Gluten Free & More” than any other magazine on the rack while I’m waiting to pay for my groceries (especially when I’m surrounded by all that candy that I can’t eat for one reason or another- it feels like someone is looking out for me.)

  5. Michelle P May 31, 2016 at 5:04 pm Reply

    I have had several different magazine subscriptions over the years. I tend to stick with one for a year or two and then change to another. Sometimes I buy them in the store, depends on whats on the cover.

  6. Todd Bliss May 31, 2016 at 5:26 pm Reply

    I will buy a magazine if it either has a good recipe I want to try or an article that sounds interesting to read but I don’t subscribe to any

  7. Kim Ledford-Burley May 31, 2016 at 5:40 pm Reply

    I should subscribe because when I have bought this magazine I have had to make a special trip to a book store to find it.

  8. Katie May 31, 2016 at 6:57 pm Reply

    I was subscribed to four different magazines. I loved them all. I accidentally (mainly because of money reasons) let all of them expire. I miss them!! This was one of the ones I loved. Medical information, travel tips, recipes, all very valuable.

  9. Casey the College Celiac May 31, 2016 at 8:29 pm Reply

    I especially love gluten free magazines that feature easy recipes, inspirational stories and shopping tips!

  10. Vik June 1, 2016 at 8:18 am Reply

    I read one if it comes my way. GF and more is my favorite one.

  11. Kathy K June 1, 2016 at 11:11 am Reply

    I currently subscribe to Delight GF magazine and have subscribed to GF and More in the past. I’ve looked into others but not subscribed due to the high cost of some of the others.

  12. julie n June 2, 2016 at 10:39 am Reply

    i dont, and honestly I have no idea why I dont have a subscription. I do read all emails and blogs. after reading your post, I am going to put a subscription on my list! thank you for all you do. and I am fascinated Jules is owned by Glutino. Jules is the popsicle, frozen treats..correct? I cant stop eating the watermelon agave popsicles- which our grocery store stopped carrying! off course….. thank you and have a great day

  13. DJ June 6, 2016 at 9:00 am Reply

    I usually don’t, but because they tend to be expensive.

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