Paleo Advocate and Author Tina Turbin Featured in Go Gluten-Free Magazine

Paleo Advocate and Author Tina Turbin Featured in Go Gluten-Free Magazine

One of the recipes of Tina Turbin (http://www.TinaTurbin.com), the paleo diet advocate and critically acclaimed author behind the newly released website http://www.Paleomazing.com, is being featured in the latest issue of Go Gluten-Free Magazine, a new, up-and-coming gluten-free magazine.

Go Gluten-Free is the latest magazine to cover the popular subject of gluten-free living, filling the growing demand for information on the gluten-free diet and cooking. The publication's debut issue came out in October 2013, and it's already received highly favorable response from readers.

"It's such a pleasure to contribute to such an incredible publication for the gluten-free community," Tina said. "[Editor] Karen Wilhelmsen has done an outstanding job putting together a truly informative resource for people on the gluten-free diet. What really sets this magazine apart is the sheer abundance of recipes."

"We are honored to work with Turbin," said Wilhelmsen, "With wonderful recipes from notable gluten-free and food bloggers like Tina as well as Elana Amsterdam, Naomi Robinson and Meg van der Kruik, we aim to include over one hundred recipes in each issue-ranging from everyday recipes, special occasion treats and those that take advantage of seasonal fare."

In addition to recipes, Go Gluten-Free gives readers the tools they need to live a healthy, gluten-free lifestyle. Written by certified nutritionists, these articles aim not only to make gluten-free living easier, but to improve the health and well-being of gluten-free individuals and their whole family.

Paleo advocate Tina Turbin is no newcomer to the gluten-free community. The multi-award-winning author first took the gluten-free community by storm with the founding of GlutenFreeHelp.info, voted the #2 .info website in the world out of over 6 million registered .info websites. (The website is now managed by Turbin's daughter, Miranda Jade Turbin.) Tina later turned to the inherently gluten-free paleo diet in order to heal damage caused to her body by celiac disease, an autoimmune disease triggered by gluten. Many of her paleo recipes are broadly shared and used by the gluten-free community.

Tina is the founder of the newly launched Paleomazing.com, which stands out as a uniquely personal resource geared toward helping people adopt the paleo lifestyle according to their own individual needs. In her own right-from-the-heart language, Tina tells it like it is as she shares comprehensive information about making the transition to paleo eating.

In addition to her paleo advocacy work, Tina is passionate about raising gluten-free awareness, and her vision of a gluten-free-friendly world aligns with Wilhelmsen's own goals. According to Wilhemsen, "Many people consider a gluten-free diet a 'food trend' that will eventually die down. But, the amount of people with celiac disease and gluten sensitivity is about 1% of the population, with many more people undiagnosed. Gluten-free and food-allergy awareness is on the rise, and we want to help make the transition to gluten-free eating as easy as possible by providing readers with great recipes so they don't feel deprived."