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The Gluten Glitch, Children’s Book Feature and GIVEAWAY!!!

What a wonderful book The Gluten Glitch is! It was so heartfelt and educational. The pictures were gorgeous and very eye catching. This is a MUST for every family who has someone living gluten free in their home.

Gideon is a boy who has had it with “eating different”. He wants to enjoy the same foods as his other friends. After a few tears and the guidance of a loving mother who helps him to focus on what he CAN have, Gideon is ready to face this world, even if it is done a little differently than most.

Stasie John is the author of the popular children’s book, The Gluten Glitch. She is also the founder of Stasie is the mother to two boys with severe food allergies so she can relate to the struggles we all face. Stasie is currently working on a book about children with peanut allergies, so be on the lookout for another great read! We have had the pleasure of visiting with Stasie and you can honestly tell just how important this cause is to her. We are grateful for people like Stasie who are helping so many in the gluten free community.

Meet Stasie and get your signed copy of The Gluten Glitch, as well as FREE I Eat Different wristbands and bookmarks at the Gluten Free Calendar hosted Gluten Free and Celiac Awareness Night with the Chicago White Sox post-game party from 5-8 pm at Bacardi at the Park at US Cellular Field. The post-game gluten free party is FREE to the public whether attending the game or note and will feature many different gluten free vendors, raffle prizes and influential individuals like Stasie John! If you would like to learn more about the event or purchase tickets to the baseball game, please visit

Can’t come to Chicago, don’t worry, we are giving away a signed copy to one lucky Gluten Free Frenzy fan! Enter below and good luck!

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  1. The book sounds good to me because I have a little girl who just stared on a gF diet and is having a hard time understanding why she can't have her normal food.

  2. I like this book because it shows kids that not everyone is alike and that eating differently can be fun.
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