"How to find
a wide variety of gluten- and casein-free products"
If you'd like to find
out how you can buy a wide variety of gluten-free and casein-free (GFCF)
foods at supermarket prices, if you would you like to get a list of
hundreds of gluten- and casein-free foods and have a list of places you can
buy these products, then this is an important letter for you to read.
·Would you like to have already
made up GFCF chicken nuggets or frozen TV dinners that you can heat up in
the microwave quickly?
·Have you been searching for
hot dogs and cold cuts that are not only gluten- and casein-free, but corn-
and soy-free too?
·Would you like to find out
where to find great-tasting GFCF ice cream?
·Have you been looking for
M&M-like candies to use for reinforcers?
·Are you interested in finding
a GFCF substitute for breadcrumbs that you can use for fried chicken and a
variety of other recipes?
·Have you searched high and low
for a GFCF whipped cream and been unable to make an acceptable substitute
If you’ve answered
yes to these questions, then you need this new guide to gluten- and
casein-free Passover foods. Here's why:
The Gluten- and
Casein-Free Passover Guide is the only publication available that tells you how,
where and when to stock up on an unprecedented variety of gluten- and
casein-free foods. But you’ll have to act fast, because many of
these products are starting to appear on supermarket shelves already and
will only be available for about 4 to 6 weeks. This 144 page book, which
features over 800 products by more than 180 manufacturers, will make
implementing the gluten- and casein-free diet much easier.
Click here to
Now, I know you're
probably skeptical. That's normal. Let me give you four good reasons I can
back up this claim:
Four Reasons To Believe What I Say
Reason one: I, Nadine Gilder, wrote this
guide. I am an expert in counseling parents of autistic children on how to
implement a gluten- and casein-free diet. I’ve researched this guide for
almost a year and actually gone to many supermarkets to see what’s really
on the shelves prior to the Passover holiday, which is a prime time for
shopping and stocking up on these foods, and then again long after Passover
Reason two: I am the mother of an 11-year
old autistic boy and know from first-hand experience what problems parents
face when putting their child on the diet. With this guide, I am sharing
with you the sources and foods I use that enable my son Alex to enjoy
school lunches, birthday parties and even go on vacations to places like
Disney World and still enjoy his favorite “kid foods.”
Reason three: I have successfully taught
hundreds of parents, just like you, why the diet it so important, how it works,
what benefits you can expect to see, and how quickly you’ll see them. The
feedback I’ve received from them has been phenomenal.
Reason four: Every year I take dozens of
parents implementing the diet on Passover shopping trips where many of them
were able to stock up on gluten- and casein-free foods that are just not
available all year round. I’m out there scouting out the new foods that are
available, so you don’t have to be. Click here to
Here is a summary of the
benefits you receive
The Gluten- and Casein-Free Passover Guide
shows you at a glance what GFCF foods are available in a variety of
You won't have to wonder if the food you
want is available, you'll know.
The guide will show you which of the GFCF
Passover foods are available all year long.
You won’t have to stock up on certain
items because you’ll know that they can be purchased throughout the
Easy-to-use color charts will let you zero
in on a particular food product or manufacturer.
Comprehensive listings show you what
products and brand names are available in hundreds of categories.
The guide makes it easy to find what you
It includes a state-by-state list of
distributors of Passover food and some of the stores they supply.
It lists the names of the manufacturers of
these gluten- and casein-free Passover foods and where they are
The Internet addresses of web-based
supermarkets where Passover foods are sold are included for those
people who don’t live close to stores that sell Passover foods.
an added bonus, those of you that have kids that must also be on a
corn- and soy-free diet will be glad to know that all but a small
portion of these foods contain no corn or soy.Click here to
This guide is the
result of feedback I received from my clients who kept asking for a
comprehensive guide that would help them take advantage of the wide variety
of gluten- and casein-free foods that are available for Passover. They were
excited about their children being able to enjoy so many of the “everyday
kids foods” that they thought would have to be eliminated forever.
As a result, last
year I went around to a variety of kosher supermarkets and starting taking
inventory of just what gluten- and casein-free foods they actually had on
their shelves. I followed this up with a second trip six months later to
find out what was still there. I was pleasantly surprised to see that so
many GFCF items were still available.
Next, I contacted the
food manufacturers and found out that many of these products are manufactured
Kosher for Passover all year long. What a valuable nugget of information
that was. Here I was spending over a thousand dollars stocking up on
gluten- and casein-free products because I was afraid they’d run out of
Don’t get me wrong,
the majority of these foods are still only available for the limited period
of time just before and just after Passover, but a lot of the canned goods,
spices, condiments, baking supplies, etc. are available all year long.
Gluten- and Casein-Free Passover Guide is divided into several sections. In the Product
Listingsection, products are listed by name and followed by a
list of all companies that have that particular type of product. For
example, under Salad Dressing you’ll find companies like Festive,
Gefen, Haddar, Itzkowitz, Manischewitz, Mother’s, Rokeach and many more.
Do these names look unfamiliar to you? Don’t worry about it. The Company
Listing section of the book lists these brand names, the companies who
make them and where they are located.
Because you may not be familiar with stores where these foods can
be purchased, the Store and Distributor section of the book tells
you which companies distribute Kosher for Passover foods in your area and
some of the stores they sell to.
In spite of this, you may still find it difficult to find a store
near you, so we’ve also included the web addresses of a few online
supermarkets so you can order Kosher for Passover foods on the Internet. Click here to
Save money on food purchases
Take advantage of the
hundreds of hours of research I invested looking for sources of GFCF foods
and manufacturers. Save hundreds of dollars by buying these foods at
supermarket prices instead of the higher prices you'll pay in health food
stores and some mail-order sources. Increase the variety of foods that are
available for your child, including ready-to-eat frozen (TV) dinners. These
are particularly helpful when you're fried at the end of a hectic day and
your child has no patience to wait for you to cook dinner. Just pop these ready-to-eat
meals in the microwave and have dinner for your child in less than five
In summary, here's
what you get:
You get a
comprehensive guide to gluten- and casein-free foods that are available
only once a year, around Passover time. It includes easy color reference
charts, lists of products by category, manufacturers and distributors of
the products, a nation-wide list of distributors that offer these foods for
sale and a list of Internet supermarkets that make it easy for you to order
these products on-line.
Respond right away
and get this invaluable guide for only $29.95 (plus $5 for shipping and
The Gluten-and Casein-Free Passover
Here's how to order right now!
To order the book,
just send a check made out to Nadine Gilder for $29.95 (plus $5.00
for shipping and handling for a total of $34.95) to:
1218 Steeplechase Court
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in an electronic version of the book, it is available at a price of $29.95
(no shipping charge) and you can get it instantly as an Acrobat PDF file.
Payment for the electronic version ONLY, will be by credit card.
To your success with
the gluten- and casein-free diet,
Nadine G. Gilder
you have any questions you may contact me at 732-473-9482 or send me an
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