Hi, I’m Jenny Finke. I’ve been gluten-free since April 2012 when I was diagnosed with celiac disease (read about my celiac disease story here). While it was a relief to know my painful bloating would soon come to an end, I was overwhelmed by the process of going gluten-free and how difficult that first year would be physically and emotionally.
Over the years, I’ve grown into my role as a gluten-free “expert” of sorts. I’ve spent a lot of time focused on healing from celiac disease, something that is grossly overlooked by most celiacs. (I’m proud to say that I have healed from celiac disease and put my celiac disease symptoms into remission!) I’ve learned to be a better, more confident home cook, and I now know what gluten-free products I like and which ones I most definitely will avoid. I know how to eat in a way that keeps me healthy, and I have a better overall relationship with food.
I wanted to share my story and help others – hence the birth of a gluten-free food blog and journey known as Good For You Gluten Free!
Good For You Gluten Free is more than just another gluten-free blog; rather it’s a place where you can feel good about being gluten-free and find inspiration and support whether you’re starting your gluten-free journey, or whether you’re simply stopping by along the way.
Please note that everything I share with you is gluten-free and safe for celiacs. I only partner with brands I believe in and ones that offer clean, organic and healthy ingredient labels. I work hard to create recipes using clean, organic and healthy ingredients and try to bring back the joy of food in a celiac’s life. I also like to eat out, on occasion, and help guide restaurants in their understandings of what it means to provide a safe, gluten-free meal. I even wrote an ebook on the topic called Eating Out Gluten-Free. Overall, I enjoy promoting the good for you lifestyle where food can aid in helping us feel our best inside and out.
I’m a certified holistic nutrition and wellness coach (certified by the Institute for Integrative Nutrition). Not only do I have the experience and passion for the gluten-free lifestyle, but also I have the nutritional qualifications to confidently help others on their journey to live a healthier lifestyle too. Learn more about my Nutrition Coaching Programs.
While helping people feel their best is my first love, my second love is writing. I majored in Journalism at the University of Missouri-Columbia. I use the power of the pen to help spread the word about healthy, gluten-free living. I’m also a 15+ year marketing professional and the founder of the Denver Blogger’s Club, a group of 200+ food, family, lifestyle and local interest bloggers living and working in the Denver metro area.
New to celiac disease and/or the gluten-free diet?
- Read this FIRST before you go gluten-free
- Read A Beginner’s Guide to Being Gluten-Free
- All about food sensitivity
- Read information about celiac disease here
- Find out my Favorite GF Things
- Take my FREE Heal Your Gut Challenge
- Find important GF Resources.
- Visit my recommended gluten-free products page
- Join our Gluten-Free Diet Support Group on Facebook
- Apply for a complimentary health and wellness session
Partner with Good For You Gluten Free
Good For You Gluten Free is a PR-friendly gluten-free food blog. I enjoy partnering with companies authentic to my gluten-free, healthy lifestyle that care about the people they feed and the quality of their ingredients. Please consider me for:
- Brand ambassadorships with gluten-free brands
- Sponsored blog posts and content creation
- Gluten-free product reviews and giveaways
- Denver gluten-free restaurant reviews
- Gluten-free recipe testing and trial
- Freelance writing opportunities
- PR and influencer campaigns
- Gluten-free speaking and spokesperson opportunities
- Gluten-free cooking demos
- Gluten-free and healthy workplace workshops
- Healthy living seminars
- Sponsor a Denver Blogger’s Club event
Contact me for my media kit and rate sheet.
Jenny has been featured on many websites and blogs, including:
- Featured Guest on the Inner Fire Podcast. Listen to my interview!
- Contributing Writer to the Nima Sensor Blog – Intro to the Gluten-Free Diet (Check out my three-part series!)
- This Chicago Tribune: Hosting Thanksgiving? How to Accommodate Guests with Food Allergies
- The Work at Home Woman: How One Mom’s Career Change Turned Her Passion for Gluten-Free Living Into Profit
- Plus Size Birth: Celiac Disease Pregnancy Complications We’re Not Talking About
- In the Kitchen with Honeyville: Various recipe features (guest posts)
- Cucina & Amore: Featured an article by Jenny about Gluten-Free Grains on its blog
- Making Motherhood Matter: How to Save Money Following a Healthy, Gluten-Free Diet (guest post)
- Orgali.ca: 10 Naturally Gluten-Free Foods that Promote Good Health (guest post)
- Frugalista Mom: Tips to Eating Healthy on a Gluten-Free or Allergen-Free Diet (guest post)
- Hollywood in Toto: 8 Must-See Food Documentaries on Netflix
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