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Gigi Stewart, M.A. Joins The Gluten-Free Resource Directory

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The Gluten Free Resource Directory Announces Gluten Free Gigi Founder Joins Team as Expert in Gluten-Free Lifestyle

The Gluten Free Resource Directory, a leading resource for quality gluten-free products and services is expanding its editorial presence in the gluten-free community with the addition of Gigi Stewart, M.A. as its Resident Expert – Gluten-Free Living.

Delray Beach, FL (PRWEB) July 24, 2013

The Gluten Free Resource Directory, a leading resource for quality gluten-free products and services is expanding its editorial presence in the gluten-free community with the addition of Gigi Stewart, M.A. as its Resident Expert – Gluten-Free Living.

Stewart, founder of Gluten Free Gigi, LLC, is an accomplished author in scientific journals, the popular gluten-free living magazine, “Food Solutions” as well as the website GlutenFreeGigi.com. Gigi provides in-depth, yet easy to understand insights about living gluten and allergen-free with her unique “Smart Nutrition Backed by Science”.

“We are delighted to have Gigi Stewart joining our Gluten-Free Resource Directory team. She brings a unique practical perspective to everyone with Celiac disease, gluten intolerance and those living with a wide array of allergies. She provides expert in-depth knowledge for people on special diets and has a passion for helping them to achieve optimal health while successfully living gluten-free,” said Scott R. Yablon, CEO of Directory Media Group, publishers of the Gluten-Free Resource Directory.

“I am honored and excited for this opportunity to work with the Gluten-Free Resource Directory team and connect with even more individuals in the gluten-free community. Gluten-free living can be overwhelming and even frustrating at first, so sharing a practical, positive message about achieving our health goals on a gluten-free diet is something I am passionate about doing. I am eager to work toward the joint goal of easing the transition for those adopting a gluten-free diet,” commented Gigi Stewart, CEO Gluten Free Gigi, LLC.

Gigi will continue to provide informative science-backed articles, simple and delicious gluten-free recipes and more to her readers at GlutenFreeGigi.com in addition to working with the Gluten Free Resource Directory.

A leading one-stop resource for gluten-free foods, products, services, doctors and Celiac Centers, the Gluten Free Resource Directory’s expanded editorial coverage will be of interest to anyone with Celiac disease, non-celiac gluten sensitivity or anyone living with food related allergies.

About Directory Media Group (DMG) and The Gluten Free Resource Directory: DMG publishes On-Line Resource Directories for affinity groups. The Gluten-Free Resource Directory is a trusted one-stop resource for all things gluten-free. From gluten-free foods, beverages, products and services to doctors and Celiac Centers, the Gluten Free Resource Directory provides timely and relevant information for anyone interested in a gluten-free life style. The Gluten Free Resource Directory is also available via the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) website and Directory Media Group provides the Celiac Sprue Association (CSA) its own branded version of the Directory known as the Celiac Sprue Resource Directory.

For more information about the Gluten-Free Resource Directory and Directory Media Group call Jody Yablon, 561.450.8608 or email jody(at)TheGFRD(dot)com.

About Gigi Stewart, M.A.: Stewart is founder and CEO of Gluten Free Gigi, LLC. Drawing from her professional background as a research scientist specializing in chronic inflammatory pain and natural products, along with her personal experience of living with multiple food allergies, Gigi brings solid scientific, yet easy-to-understand, perspective to special diets nutrition few are able to offer. Since transforming her own health solely through diet and subsequently ending a 25-year struggle with chronic pain, Gigi is passionate about sharing practical and pertinent information, recipes and more with others. Through her informative website, GlutenFreeGigi.com, monthly gluten-free living magazine, Food Solutions, and various eCookBooks and Guides, Gigi shares immediately useful information about gluten-and allergen-free living, as well as award-winning gluten-free recipes, all with her signature “Smart Nutrition Backed by Science” approach. Gigi also has a special interest in the Gluten Free Casein Free (GFCF) diet for Autism – as the parent of a child with Asperger’s syndrome and as a science professional.

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