Need Help to Start a Gluten-Free Diet? #FreeFromFridays 

Happy Friday! Today, I wanted to chat to you about something a bit different. My friend Vicki, who blogs at ‘The Free From Fairy,’ has just launched an e-course for people who are making the switch to a gluten-free diet. Check it out here.

Vicki is a food scientist, recipe developer and presenter, and she even created her very own gluten-free flour blend (the best one on the market if you’re asking me!). She switched to a gluten-free diet when she was diagnosed with IBS, and her daughter was diagnosed with coeliac disease when she was 3 years old. Vicki’s helps people every day through her blog, delicious recipes and when she does food demonstrations.

Here is what to expect from Vicki’s course:

Essential Information

You’ve been diagnosed with coeliac/celiac disease or you need to follow a gluten free diet for other reasons? Vicki has compiled all essential information you need in one place, in easy bite-sized chunks (38 lessons).

Community

You’re not alone. There are millions of people who can help you and by joining Vicki’s programme, you’ll be able to chat to others in a closed support group 24 hours a day.

Confidence

Changing your diet can knock your confidence. You might feel like you can’t cook anymore or even go to the shops and buy food safely. Vicki will teach you everything you need to know to get yourself back up and running.

 

What are you waiting for? Go and join Vicki’s course here!

Time for #FreeFromFridays now!

Come and join the #FreeFromFridays community now. We’d love to have you!

What can I link to #FreeFromFridays?

  • Dairy free, gluten free, paleo, vegan or other ‘free from’ recipes
  • Dietary tips and information
  • Allergy, intolerance or coeliac advice
  • ‘Free from’ restaurants, products and travel

You can link up to Free From Fridays every week on ‘Free From Farmhouse’ and ‘Le Coin De Mel’ (c’est moi!). Find new blogs, comment on other great posts and we will choose our favourites to feature each week.

If you know any other ‘free from’ bloggers who would love our community, please invite them to join too.

Over to you now!

Grab the badge and add your posts below, then read and share, share, share as many posts as you can. Emma and I are looking forward to a good read with a cuppa.

How to link up with #FreeFromFridays

What can I link?

Any blog post that features a recipe free from a common allergen (eg. milk, egg, nuts, gluten), posts about eczema, hay fever or allergy-related advice, travel, experience or information.

When can I link?

#FreeFromFridays normally opens on Friday morning and closes on the following Monday just before midnight. Since our children are off school, Emma and I are going to have a 2-week break for Easter so you can link here until Monday 16th April, and the next #FreeFromFridays will be on ‘The Free From Farmhouse‘ on Friday 20th April. Happy Easter!

Join the #FreeFromFridays Community!

Facebook

Come and join our private group on Facebook a place where we can help each other, chat and grow.

Instagram & Twitter Communities

Whenever you post a picture on Instagram or a tweet that is of anything ‘free from’, make sure you use hashtag #FreeFromFridays so we can find each other easily.

Please note that by adding a post to #FreeFromFridays, you are giving us permission to notify you of subsequent linkups and to use your photos if we are featuring your post.


6 Comments

  1. 11/05/2018 / 9:22 pm

    Thank you so so much for featuring me this week…wow! How so very very kind. I am very humbled by your words xx

    • Mel
      Author
      12/05/2018 / 10:30 pm

      It’s all heartfelt, sweetie. I find you truly inspiring! xxx

    • Mel
      Author
      12/05/2018 / 10:31 pm

      It sounds perfect, doesn’t it? xx

  2. 18/05/2018 / 7:16 am

    It’s so greta to see Vicki has used her knowledge to develop this course. I’m sure it will help so many people who are feeling overhwhelmed bytheir new diet.

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