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10 Mar

Last year I found out about a conference called the Gluten Free Allergy Free Expo and did a little research. It looked like such an amazing gathering of resources and an opportunity to explore my food options which, naturally, benefits you guys too, since my little food adventures invariably end up on this blog.

I signed up to be an “official blogger” so I could get the real scoop on the expo, and I’m so glad I did! The sheer amount of vendors there is going to keep the energy high and the finds exciting! I keep finding pictures, blogs, and tweets from people who have gone who not only look like they’re having fun, trying new products, and getting coupons to try others, but are changing their quality of life for the better!

One of the perks of being an official blogger is that I get to pass this experience on to you all through my tweets (follow me @tamaralee21, #gfafexpo), Instagram (potentialredcard21), on here, AND through giving you a discount on tickets so you can experience it firsthand! Over there —-> is a banner with a coupon code on it for 35% off the $15 or $25 tickets.

I just bought my hotel on Friday, and they’re filling up fast, so book yours soon! I’d really love to meet and hang out if you’re going to be at the Chicago Expo, so let me know! Check out the class schedule below!



Class Schedule:



“Power Me Up Now!” Learn how to stop eating & start nourishing. Learn how to restart your metabolism to regain your health and core power.


“Gluten Intolerance: Is the lack of Vitamin C, Vitamin D and Probiotics to Blame?” Why has there been such an increase in Gluten Sensitivity and chronic illness. Can some of the rise be due to diminished levels of micro nutrients in our food. Dr. Eisenstein will explore the recent scientific studies as well as give some solutions.



“Safely Eat Out Around the World Gluten Free and Allergy Free.” Learn tips on eating safe meals in restaurants close to home or abroad with confidence including advice on hidden ingredients and food preparation. Empower yourself with proven travel tips about airlines, snacks, hotels and more from Kim Koeller, award-winning author of Let’s Eat Out and 2-plus million mile world traveler with celiac disease and food allergies.


“Get Rid of Toxins – in your Diet and in your Life!” Carol Kicinski, over 20 years living the gluten-free lifestyle, tells her personal story of how going gluten free changed not just her health but her life – informative, always humorous, entertaining and uplifting!


“Cooking Gluten-Free For Your Family & Beyond” Join Carlyn Berghoff and her teenage daughter Sarah McClure as they share their journey, tips and successes of going, living, and cooking gluten-free. Whether you’re just beginning a gluten-free lifestyle or you’re an old pro, Carlyn and Sarah will teach you the gluten-free kitchen must-haves, tips for the gluten-free road and dining out, and even how to prepare for college in a safe, gluten-free way.

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