According to the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness website:
- 1 out of 133 (1%) Americans has celiac disease
- However, there are a much higher number of people who don’t even know that they have it or have been diagnosed with something else
- These numbers do not include the many people who have non-celiac gluten sensitivities. The percentage rises to 6%.
This PLR pack is useful for all times of the year, but also includes some holiday components, as being gluten-free can often be more of a challenge at holiday times.
This comprehensive PLR pack contains content unique to Buy Health PLR and consisting of:
This 1262-word report is perfect to use as an opt-in, as one example.
(I have provided two different titles: “Gluten, Celiac Disease, & Gluten Sensitivity: What You Need to Know” and “The Lowdown on Gluten, Celiac Disease, & Gluten Sensitivity” The content of the report is exactly the same; it’s just I wanted to provide you with a couple different titles which you can adjust to suit your preferences).
The written content is available in Doc, Txt, and PDF formats
You get 2 Spiral E-Covers:
BONUS: You also get two other flat Ebook covers (PDF format) to go along with the PDF content. Here’s one sample.
Here is a sample snippet from the report:
Gluten is found in many foods such as cereals, breads, pastas, and processed foods for example, as they are made from the above-named grains. It is even found in other products such as lip balms, vitamins and supplements, and medications.
What is celiac disease and what is its relationship to gluten?
If you have celiac disease, you are unable to eat gluten. It is an autoimmune disorder, meaning your body attacks its own cells, causing tissue damage. Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) and Diabetes Mellitus are two other examples of autoimmune diseases. In fact, if you have another autoimmune disease, it increases your risks of having celiac disease.
Normally, your body’s immune system is supposed to defend it against bacteria and viruses.
Available in Doc and Txt and Professional PDF formats
Topics of Articles include:
1. 6 Ways to Avoid Gluten Cross Contamination in Your Kitchen (502 words)
2. 5 Tips for a Happy Gluten-Free Halloween for your Young, School-Age Child (458 words)
3. 7 Tips for Surviving Family Gatherings and Holidays When Gluten Free (441 words)
4. 3 Steps to Making your Kitchen Gluten-Free (446 words)
5. 5 Ideas to Help your Young Gluten-Free Child Fit In (452 words)
6. 5 Ways to Help your Child Adopt a Gluten-Free Diet (450 words)
7. Gluten is Not Only Found in Food (528 words)
8. 5 Tips for Gluten-Free Dining in Restaurants (743 words)
9. What does a Gluten-Free Diet Entail? (457 words)
10. 4 Tips for Frugal Gluten-Free Shopping (555 words)
11. 3 Tips for the Traveler Who is Unable to Consume Gluten (631 words)
Here is a small snippet from one of the articles:
5 Ways to Help Your Child Adopt a Gluten-Free Diet
Whether your child is diagnosed with celiac disease or gluten intolerance/sensitivity as an infant or as a teenager, it is important to begin teaching your child as soon as possible what it means to be gluten-free and why it is so important. Part of this teaching includes helping your child learn how to adopt a gluten-free diet.
In what follows, are some tips to help you do this:
1. Teach your child how to read labels
At any age, you can teach a child that every food item has a label on it, which contains ingredients and nutrition information.
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Also available in Doc, Txt, and Professional PDF formats
1. Gingerbread Cookies (Gluten-Free)
2. Gluten-Free Stew for the Slow Cooker
3. Gluten-Free Banana Bread
4. Gluten-Free Brownies
5. Gluten-Free Caramel Candy Apples
6. Gluten-Free Chili Recipe
7. Gluten-Free Lasagna
8. Gluten-Free Moist Chocolate Zucchini Muffins
9. Gluten-Free Pizza Crust (using Cauliflower)
10. Gluten-Free Strawberry-Banana-Spinach Smoothie
11. Gluten-Free Sugar Cookies
12. Homemade Gluten-Free Tomato Soup
13. Pumpkin Pie for the Gluten-Free
14. The Best Gluten-Free Pancakes
15. Yummy, Kid-Approved Chicken Nuggets (Gluten-Free)
1. “Gluten is My Enemy” – A short information sheet (190 words) to give family and friends about one’s inability to consume gluten. Useful for before family gatherings or when newly diagnosed.
2. “Is Gluten Your Enemy?” PowerPoint Presentation (in PPT) – This is a “teaser” presentation of 6 slides and is meant to place on video streaming sites such as YouTube, etc, in order to capture people’s attention and get them to your website or to opt-in to the full report above. It does not provide too many details as you want to get them to come to you for all the details.
3. “25 Gluten-Free Tips” – 415 total words. Available in Doc format. Use for tweets, inspiration for blog posts or inspiration for autoresponder messages.
4. 4 Gluten-Free Holiday Tip images (Actual Size: 403 X 403). Just brand them with your own business website or business name.
Please Note: Because of the very low price of this PLR pack, there can be no refunds after purchase.
(In a nutshell, you can edit this PLR, but you cannot resell it and you cannot use it on websites you flip).