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Orlando, FL - Gluten-Free Living Conference


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Announcing the Inaugural Gluten-Free Living Conference

LIVE in Orlando, FL in April 2014!


For almost 20 years Gluten-Free Living’s mission has been to help others live a happy, healthy gluten-free life. The Gluten-Free Living Conference will give the magazine’s renowned editorial team, plus medical and industry experts, a chance to present workshops, seminars and panel discussions on topics important in the rapidly changing gluten-free world. No other resource has so thoroughly separated fact from fiction regarding food ingredients or so completely and consistently covered gluten-free issues. Join us as the GFL editorial team brings all this alive at the Gluten-Free Living Conference.

The keynote speaker at the Gluten-Free Living Conference will be world-renowned celiac disease expert Dr. Alessio Fasano. A distinguished pediatric gastroenterologist, Fasano is leading the way in celiac disease research and currently heads the Center for Celiac Research at Mass General Hospital in Boston, Mass., which sees both adult and pediatric patients. The Gluten-Free Living Conference will be partnering with the center, which, through ongoing clinical care, education and research, is helping health care professionals to recognize celiac disease and other gluten-related disorders and helping patients to better manage their care and symptoms.

The three-day show consists of:

April 4th Bloggers Conference: A fun, educational, networking event for food bloggers.

April 5-6th Gluten-Free Living Conference will provide attendees the opportunity to sample and purchase gluten-free products.

Plus, don’t miss out on….

· Family fun events and activities

· Expert advice

· Great speakers and workshops

· Chance to “pay it forward†– Be part of supporting ressearch and giving back to the gluten-free community

The conference will be held April 4-6, 2014 at the Doubletree by Hilton at the entrance to Universal Orlando and is open to the public. Anyone interested in the gluten-free lifestyle is invited to attend. One-day admission to the Gluten-Free Living Conference is $15 if tickets are purchased in advance and $20 at the door. Two-day admission is $20 in advance and $30 at the door. Children ages 3-12 are $5 each day and all children under the age of 3 are free.

Visit for further information and to pre-register to attend the

Gluten-Free Living Conference.


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