Befreeforme. Com And Celiac Expert Dietician Shelley Case Launch Monthly Feature, "Ask Shelley Case" On Befreeforme. Com
BeFreeForMe, A Savings, Coupons and Samples for People With Food Allergies and Celiac Disease Will Debut "Ask Shelley Case" on Tuesday, May 12 and Open Membership to Canadian Residents, The column debuts today and will appear every second Tuesday of the month. BeFreeForMe. com members are encouraged to ask questions about celiac disease, gluten-free diets and overall health and nutrition.
Hopkinton, MA (PRWEB) May 12, 2009
BeFreeForMe. com, the first and only web site to offer coupons and samples to gluten and food allergy-free consumers, and Shelley Case, a registered dietician and leading international expert on celiac disease and the gluten-free diet, are teaming up to offer BeFreeForMe members a monthly column, "Ask Shelley Case". The column debut is this Tuesday, May 12 and will appear every second Tuesday of the month. BeFreeForMe. com members are encouraged to ask questions about celiac disease, gluten-free diets and overall health and nutrition.
"Shelley Case continues to be a great resource to the gluten-free community and BeFreeForMe. com is excited to feature her advice column each month," said Kathleen Reale, president and founder of BeFreeForMe. com. "Shelley is well respected in the celiac community and her books and advice have helped millions of people dealing with celiac disease throughout North America."
Shelley Case, a native Canadian, is a registered dietician and a member of the medical advisory boards of the Celiac Disease Foundation and Gluten Intolerance Group in the US and Professional Advisory Board of the Canadian Celiac Association. As a leading North American nutrition expert on celiac disease and author of the revised and updated national best seller "Gluten-Free Diet: A Comprehensive Resource Guide", Case is a frequent guest speaker at conferences and in the media including the NBC Today Show in New York. Shelley can also be found on www. befreeeforme. com with her regular Q&A column tailored for celiac consumers. This column is timely with the month of May celebrated worldwide as National Celiac Awareness Month.
In addition to featuring "Ask Shelley Case," BeFreeForMe. com is opening its membership to Canadian residents. Since launching last October, BeFreeForMe. com has more than 6,000 members and continues to grow daily. Membership to BeFreeForMe is free. By signing up for the newsletters and savings, consumers concerned with food allergies and celiac disease can save money and time.
In addition to saving on allergy-free foods, BeFreeForMe is a place to share recipes and read up on great new foods. The web site provides daily inspiring thoughts, direct links to hot coupons & samples, newsletters, and informative product reviews. The web site focuses on several major food category allergens, including gluten, nut, dairy, fish and soy. In addition, BeFreeForMe. com offers more than 300 searchable recipes. Visitors can search by allergy and can submit their own recipes that will be tested before being added to the database. Each week new and informative articles on food allergies are added. Topics may range from hidden allergens in medicines to packing appropriate snacks for nut-free classrooms.
For retailers, product manufacturers and restaurants, BeFreeForMe. com provides them with a direct voice to food-allergy sufferers. In addition to distributing food allergen-free coupons and coupon codes, BeFreeForMe also offers in-store demonstrations staffed by trained and knowledgeable personnel, in-store merchandising, promotions and educational supermarket tour, all of which will target celiacs and those with food allergies.
Members can sign up today by entering their e-mail address at http://www. BeFreeForMe. com (http://www. BeFreeForMe. com). BeFreeForMe will donate a portion of its proceeds to the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness, www. celiaccentral. org, and the Food Allergy Initiative, www. faiusa. org. Both non-profit organizations are dedicated to raising money for research, awareness and education for food allergies.