Hi, I’m Jenny. 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 people with celiac disease and gluten sensitivities. I only partner with brands I believe in and ones that use safe, gluten-free ingredients. I also like to partner with brands that match my values. I look for products that offer clean ingredient labels, whole foods, organic ingredients and, when possible, low sugar. I hope to bring back joy in cooking and eating in your life.
I like to eat out 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: The Ultimate Guide to Gluten-Free Safe Dining at Restaurants and On-the-Go. Overall, I enjoy promoting the good for you lifestyle where food can aid in helping us feel our best inside and out.
You’ll often see me testing restaurants and products with my trusty Nima Sensor. The Nima Sensor is a portable gluten detecting device I use to test a portion of my food for gluten before I eat it. You can see everything I’ve tested in my Nima Tested archives.
I’m a certified holistic nutrition and wellness coach (certified by the Institute for Integrative Nutrition – ask me about my training). 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. I invite you to learn more about Power Coaching Session for people with celiac disease, gluten sensitivities and autoimmune disorders.
I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease in May 2018. After very little guidance from doctors about what to do next, I found myself researching online about how to live with Celiac. I eventually came across Jenny and her blog, and had it not been for her and the wonderful community she has cultivated online, I truly believe I wouldn’t be where I am today- a negative test for Celiac and truly healing! I found success in reading all of Jenny’s blog posts, scheduling a consult with her, and joining her Facebook support group. Celiac disease is a lifelong journey, and I’ve realized that you have to be your own self-advocate. To anyone who is new to Celiac, confused about it, or just not sure where to start, I highly recommend visiting Jenny’s blog and scheduling a consult with her. Healing and good health is possible, especially with all of Jenny’s amazing advice and wisdom! – Elise A.
While helping people feel their best is my first love, my second love is communications. 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 also love to speak about gluten-free living (and what it’s like to run a business).
I’m also the founder of the Denver Blogger’s Club, a group of 450+ food, family, lifestyle and local interest bloggers living and working in the Denver metro area, and I organize our Club’s annual conference called, Fuel Your Influence Conference.
New to Good For You Gluten Free?
- Read this BEFORE you go gluten-free
- Understand the difference between a gluten sensitivity vs. celiac disease
- Read A Beginner’s Guide to Being Gluten-Free
- View Recommended Gluten-Free Products
- Join our Gluten-Free Diet Support Group on Facebook
- Apply for a two-hour Power Coaching Session for people with celiac disease, gluten sensitivities or autoimmune disorders
Partner with Good For You Gluten Free
I (Jenny) enjoy partnering with brands making safe, gluten-free products for those who cannot eat gluten. I also enjoy products that use clean ingredients, responsibly source their ingredients, are non-GMO and are generally good for you. I help my readers find balance between sweet treats and healthy living. Please consider me for:
- Sponsored blog and social media posts
- Gluten-free product reviews and giveaways
- Restaurant reviews
- Recipe trial and development
- Freelance writing opportunities
- PR and influencer campaigns
- Speaking and spokesperson opportunities
- Gluten-free cooking demos and workshops
Please email me at jenny at goodforyouglutenfree dot com to request my Media Kit.
Good For You Gluten Free is proud to partner with the following select brands in 2019! Nima Sensor, imaware™, Red Apple Lipstick, Happy Egg, Boulder Organic!, Pamela’s Products, Bob’s Red Mill and Danone.
Jenny has been featured on many websites and blogs, including:
- Featured in Gluten Free Living Magazine, “Are Bacteria to Blame?”
- Featured in the Sprouts’ Gluten-Free Recipe Guide
- Podcast Interview on Square State Podcast. Listen to my interview!
- Featured on KWGN-TV Channel 2 in a segment about Gluten-Free Products by Colorado Companies.
- Featured interview on the Inner Fire Podcast.
- Contributing writer to the Nima Sensor Blog – Intro to the Gluten-Free Diet
- The 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)
- 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)
- Hollywood in Toto: 8 Must-See Food Documentaries on Netflix
- Macheesmo.com: Tips for Hosting Your Gluten-Free for Dinner
What Readers Say
“I am so impressed with the level of detail and the amount of educational resources you offer on your website. You are truly a godsend to the celiac community. I wish I would have known about your site when I was diagnosed three years ago, as it would have helped me tremendously. I often get asked about a good starting place for those going gluten-free and I direct them to a variety of sources because I’ve never found a site as thorough as yours. Even though I’m fairly good at navigating the GF world and I know a lot, I’ve found myself reading article after article on your blog.” -Valerie C. (Houston, TX)
“It’s down to people like yourself, that write honest, trustworthy articles and really want help others, where the magic key to the right direction can be found.” – Steve S.
“I want to thank you for all the great information and recipes I have gotten from your site.” -Debbie
“Thank you so so so much. I am celiac for nine days now and I think I’m still making mistakes (so much to learn). Tomorrow is my first time eating out and I’m totally nervous. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for your care and information. I know we don’t know each other but you are impacting my life.” -Pam“I’m reading all your articles in your archives and taking lots of notes. Blessings to you – I’m so happy I found your blog. You are a light in the darkness that I was experiencing.” –Maribeth
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