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The Savvy Gluten-Free Shopper: How to Eat Healthy Without Breaking the Bank Paperback – February 20, 2014
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People complain all the time about the cost of eating a gluten-free diet. If you try making a gluten-free diet healthy, somehow the price seems to skyrocket even further! I heard this frustration repeated many times over and decided to address the problem many experienced by sharing my tips and tricks I use as well as teach to clients on how to effectively lower the expense of shopping gluten-free.
About the Author
Jennifer Fugo is the founder of Gluten Free School and teaches gluten-sensitive women simple, savvy and empowering steps to get healthy. Living gluten-free since early 2008 after a gluten sensitivity diagnosis, she knows what it's like to feel overwhelmed by the cost and seemingly complicated aspects of going gluten-free. A sought-after expert, advocate & speaker about healthy, gluten-free living, Jennifer has been featured on Dr. Oz, Yahoo! News, eHow, CNN, and Philadelphia Magazine.
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Top Customer Reviews
This book is an absolute must for anyone who is seeking a more delicious, well-planned and budget-friendly gluten-free lifestyle!
Coming from an Italian family, the last thing Jennifer expected was that she would have to avoid bread. Not only bread, but all gluten, casein, eggs and other items. In 2008 she was diagnosed with sensitivities to all of these foods. A cosmic shock, no doubt. She describes it in her book as “what simultaneously felt like a beacon of hope and a death sentence”. However, it wasn’t smooth sailing for her after this diagnosis. She writes “to be clear, I honestly thought that whatever was labeled gluten-free was healthy…After a year of eating as many gluten-free brownies, cupcakes, cakes, and pastries – truly anything labeled gluten-free – that I could find, I was diagnosed with adrenal fatigue and candida. On top of this, my husband lost his job.Read more ›
The recipes in the book are wonderful and I'm not even tempted by the GF convenience foods that I was coming to rely heavily upon.
Finally I feel sanity creeping back into my life. Thank you Jennifer!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not what I was expecting, more common sense than anything which I feel most already know. Was looking for more information on finding Gluten free foods without spending big... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Verna Pohl
If you haven't ever cooked or shopped for yourself or put left-overs in the freezer, you might want this book. Otherwise, skip it.Published 5 months ago by N. Wadsworth
Overall this is a good reference guide for gluten free shopping and preparing foods that are gluten free.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
After reading the information I had a new understanding of how my new lifestyle is going to effect my budget!! Thanks for all the helpful tipsPublished 7 months ago by Jamie