Monthly Archives: October 2012

Artisana – Gluten-Free Nuts Butters

By Laura (The Gluten-Free Traveller)

Peanut butter is great… really great. But you’d be nuts not to try other nut butters too, and there are a whole lot of different varieties of delicious nut butter out there to try.

Artisana Foods offer an extensive selection of tasty nut butters for nut lovers looking for something a bit different. They make almond, hazelnut, walnut, cashew, pecan and macadamia but butters as well as a coconut butter and coconut oil.

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The Hollywood Version of “Gluten-Free”

By Bridget

Add Fran Drescher to the list of celebs touting a gluten-free diet like the latest fashion trend. The actress, perhaps best known for her role as The Nanny has recently revealed that a gluten-free and vegan diet has helped her “knock off” the fifteen pounds that have been plaguing her for years, helping alleviate constant fatigue and a generally dragging feeling.

The actress was partially inspired to try the gluten-free diet as an alternative to following a regime of medications that would, supposedly, alleviate her symptoms. Fortunately for her, Drescher feels much more energetic than before, and credits her new diet with her revitalization.

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How to Install Banners for Triumph Dining’s Affiliate Program

Congratulations, you’re almost ready to start earning 18% with our affiliate program! All that’s left to do is to put the banners up on your site. You can choose which banner size and design suits you. Installing the banners is easy! Just follow these step-by-step directions. And don’t forget, we’re a phone call away if you need any help.

Installing Banners on Your Blog

1.     Click on Affiliate Log In in the upper right-hand corner and log in to your affiliate account
2.     Under Get Links click Get a link/banner
3.     Under TOOLS :: GET LINKS AND MERCHANT STATUS REPORT next to Specific Merchants, select 21071 – Triumph Dining
Scroll down until you get to Merchant Programs, find Triumph Dining
5.     In middle column under heading Merchant Organization, click Get Links
6.     Select VIEW ALL Creative Available

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Interview with Peter Bronski – The Gluten-Free Edge

By Laura (The Gluten-Free Traveller)

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Triumph Dining had the pleasure of speaking with Pete Bronski, ultra-marathoner and coauthor of several books. We spoke with Pete about himself, his relationship with gluten, his ultra-running and his new book, The Gluten-Free Edge.


Hi Pete, Can you tell our readers a bit about yourself and what you do….

I’m a married father of two beautiful girls, rapidly approaching my mid-thirties. In my work as a member of the gluten-free community, I’m cofounder of the blog, No Gluten, No Problem; coauthor of several books: Artisanal Gluten-Free Cooking, Artisanal Gluten-Free Cupcakes, and The Gluten-Free Edge; and a spokesperson for the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness. I’m also a passionate endurance athlete focused on ultra-distance mountain and trail running, and an award-winning writer and editor.

When and how did you discover that gluten wasn’t your friend?

I’d been particularly sick for about two years, from 2005 until the beginning of 2007. Desperate for an answer (and hopefully, a diagnosis), I started seeing a holistic doctor in Colorado where we were living at the time. After describing my laundry list of symptoms and problems to him, he looked at me and said “Your problem is gluten.” To make a long story short, once I went strictly gluten-free, my health pulled a 180 and I felt better than I had in years.

What led you to believe that a gluten-free diet could provide an edge to athletes who don’t need to be gluten free?

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