Jennifer’s Way Book Review (& GIVEAWAY) a Celiac Disease Health Memoir

book-home3I had the pleasure of meeting Jennifer Esposito in person last year in NYC at her adorable, dedicated gluten-free bakery, Jennifer’s Way Bakery. I was immediately impressed with her love for the celiac community and her genuine desire to serve, protect and support them in anyway she could. Her story is a unique one and her diagnosis wasn’t easy. She lost much, including those she thought would be by her side forever, as she persevered to find the real answer to what was wrong with her.  This book was so captivating and kept me interested throughout. As I told her, I was on pins and needles during the chapter titled In the Psych Ward. I couldn’t believe that doctors and medical professionals could be so rude to put her through what she went through during that time (and many others throughout her journey). In Jennifer’s Way, you get a glimpse of what it is like for so many living with celiac disease. While Jennifer’s celiac is more debilitating than many others, it is so helpful to understand the full spectrum of what can take place with someone living with celiac disease. I was very impressed with Jennifer’s willingness to open up and share her story with millions. I would recommend that those with celiac disease and well as loved ones to those living with celiac disease read this book. Eyes will be opened and understand built as you tearfully read one woman’s celiac journey.

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In addition to writing this wonderful book, Jennifer is the founder of Jennifer’s Way Bakery in NYC. This bakery is dedicated gluten-free and only serves the finest organic, non-GMO products Jennifer could create. When we visited last year we enjoyed an array of her tasty treats including my personal favorite, the thumbprint jam cookies. They were fantastic! Thankfully, Jennifer’s Way Bakery goodies are now available for online purchase and delivery right to your home. Check out the new selection of products today at Jenniferswaybakery.com. So are you ready to win a copy of Jennifer’s Way book all for yourself?! Enter below…

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*These are my opinions and my opinions alone. I was provided with product for review but I was not required to write a positive feature.

Comments

  1. I love her cooking show and would love to read her book!

  2. Cindy W. says:

    I would love to win a copy of Jennifer’s book for myself. I follow her blog and she is very inspirational. Thanks for the giveaway.

  3. I would love to read her book!

  4. Kelly P says:

    I just love Jennifer and would love to win her book! And Gluten Dude said so!

  5. Michelle says:

    She is just an inspiration. I would love to win this book for myself, I enjoy reading stories where women prove their strengths and show others we can do whatever we need and want to do!

  6. I would love to share this book with my family to help them understand the disease

  7. This would be such a fun read! My mom and I are both gluten-free so this would be great!

  8. Jacqueline says:

    I would be reading the book for me as I am celiac. I would love to find out about her journey. I wish I could visit her bakery! I will have to order something tasty :-)

  9. Jerrica says:

    I was watching the Daily Show with Jon Stewart with my grandmother who has celiac disease and Jennifer was a guest talking about her book. My grandmother said that she never would have guessed that she had it also and that she’ll love to read and learn more about Jennifer’s story.

  10. I have loved her as an actress and now for her dedication to the celiac community. I think she got the shaft from the network that fired her

  11. Maryann D. says:

    I would like to read this for myself to get more information and also share it with my sister.

  12. Susan Martin says:

    I think her journey is OUR journey! It’s awesome to see someone who has changed due to her options but who has come out of a less than perfect situation in BETTER shape than she began! It is our “song!”

  13. I want to share with family members to understand what my daughter and me go thru.

  14. Jessica says:

    I’d give the book to my family. Despite my Celiac diagnosis and the genetic factor, most of my family doesn’t feel the need to get tested. Jennifer’s an inspiration, and I’m so happy that she is spreading the word.

  15. My husband and I both suffer with stomach issues and eat gluten free to avoid these. I would love to have this book and get some insight into her story.

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