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    Regular Girl Prebiotic Fiber & Probiotic Blend (Gluten-Free)
    Celiac.com 12/29/2015 - Regular Girl is a gluten-free prebiotic fiber with a probiotic blend that is specifically designed "for the woman on the go." The beautiful and highly-functional packaging that it comes in makes this point clear—15 convenient serving sized packets are included in an athletic-style, non-breakable plastic bottle—which makes it very easy to take with you to the office, on vacation, or anywhere else you want to go (it is also available in 30-day supply bulk powder).
    Each Regular Girl serving packet contains 6 grams of the company's proprietary "Sunfiber," which is designed to eliminate any gas or bloating that can be caused by other dietary fiber supplements. This supplement is unique because it also contains 8 billion CFU of Bifidobacterium lactis to help normalize bacterial gut flora and improve calcium absorption.
    Regular Girl packets are very easy to use—just mix one with 6-8 ounces of water or any non-carbonated beverage. What I really liked about them is that they aren't flavored, so they don't contain any artificial flavors or colors, which makes them very easy to drink by themselves or with your favorite beverage or smoothie.
    Overall, this is the perfect dietary fiber supplement for anyone with celiac disease, and especially for women who appreciate well-designed packaging which allows you to take them with you wherever you want to go. 
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    Celiac.com Sponsor: Review
    Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Ona Cookies
    The first thing I noticed about Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Ona Cookies was their beautiful packaging.
    Ona cookies are "paleo friendly," which means they are made with high quality, nutritious ingredients such as almond and coconut flours, honey and shredded coconut.
    Coconut was the first thing I tasted when I bit into one, which was followed by an accent of cocoa from the cocoa nibs. Their taste made it obvious that these cookies are packed with fabulous ingredients that also happen to be very healthy, and they are perfect for those following a gluten-free and/or paleo diet.
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    A World of Flavor, Recipes to Please All of Your Guests
    The new gluten-free cookbook "A World of Flavor" is clearly a labor of love for its authors, Amber Barrett and Nancy Miller. Amber is also a gifted photographer, and the photographs in this book could be the best of any cookbook I've ever seen.
    On top of this, the book includes some amazing recipes that everyone will like, including: Hot Wings, Bacon and Cheddar Scones, Donuts, Sandwich Bread, Rocky Road Brownies, Crepes, General Tso's Chicken, Croutons, and many more (I counted 77).
    From breakfasts, appetizers, desserts, main dishes and snacks, to salads, vegetables, and side dishes, this outstanding gluten-free cookbook has much to offer anyone who is on a gluten-free diet.
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    Celiac.com Sponsor: Review
    SweetLeaf® Organics Gluten-Free & Organic Stevia Sweetener
    When I first tried SweetLeaf® Organics Organic Stevia Sweetener I was amazed. How could it be sugar- and gluten-free and not contain calories, carbohydrates, artificial ingredients, aspartame, sucralose, methanol, etc.? To me it tastes exactly like sugar, yet it won't trigger the same dreaded glycemic response.
    This sweetener is not just for diabetics, as my 11 year old daughter will soon find out, it is for anyone who wants to avoid the pitfalls of eating too much sugar—and the best thing of all, at least to me, is that it is also gluten-free.
    It is available in 35- or 70-packet boxes, or a shaker jar, and they even make a liquid stevia version which comes in a variety of flavors.
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    Review written by Scott Adams.

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