Stuffed Pepper, an online gluten-free community made up of members, chefs and medical professionals, recently launched a new step-by-step program to help people get (and stay!) on the gluten-free diet.
May 1, 2014 (Newswire) - Stuffed Pepper, an online gluten-free community made up of members, chefs and medical professionals, recently launched a new step-by-step program to help people get (and stay!) on the gluten-free diet. 30 Days to a Whole, New Gluten-Free You, provides four weeks of meal plans and grocery lists, with daily emails guiding people through what to eat and how to prepare it. It also has action items helping people get gluten completely out of their life. And in honor of Celiac & Gluten Sensitivity Month, Stuffed Pepper is offering 50% off the cost of the program, for the entire month of May.
The meal plan contains over 60 delicious recipes, with 31 days of personalized emails, and 4 week-long meal plans, complete with 4 detailed grocery lists. It also provides daily meal planning tips to help you get through each day, as well as community support through the forum.
In order to meet the needs of a diverse gluten-free community who may also have other food restrictions, all the recipes are also dairy- and soy-free, as well as low-carb. It was designed by Heather Jacobsen, mother to a 4- and a 6-year-old, who served her family the same recipes. So the program is also kid-approved. Moms, getting your kids on a gluten-free diet, has never been easier!
Recipes were submitted by well-known gluten-free chefs and talented recipes bloggers, making the month-long menu an amazing array of mouth-watering meals, suitable to a wide variety of tastes. All of the recipes are easy to prepare, and yet delicious. As Alyson Tanner, one of the early adopters of the program, said: "I thought I was eating something from a high-end Italian restaurant."
Heather Jacobsen founded Stuffed Pepper to encourage community engagement and discussion on the subject of gluten, grains and the gluten-free lifestyle through recipe sharing, opinion posts, health articles and more. Heather says, "Going gluten-free can be confusing at first, and often people try to go gluten-free and fail, or they do stick with the diet, but still don't feel healthy. This program addresses why they may not yet feel healthy, and gives them solutions to stick to the diet and begin the healing process."
Eating well couldn't be easier. Or tastier.
Stuffed Pepper was founded in 2010. The website and the 30-day program can be found at www.stuffed-pepper.com. The coupon code for 50% off the program is CDGSMONTH50.