Acclaimed Paleo Gluten-Free Author Tina Turbin Announces the Broad Release of her eBooks, “Getting Started on the Paleo Gluten-Free Diet,” for All Major Readers

Los Angeles,CA (PRWEB) February 28, 2013

Tina Turbin (http://www.TinaTurbin.com), the paleo gluten-free diet advocate and critically-acclaimed author, has announced that her title, Getting Started on the Paleo Gluten-Free Diet,” is now available for sale through all major online eBook retailers, including Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble, as well as on her recently-launched website, http://www.PaleoGlutenFreeRecipes.com. “Getting Started on the Paleo Gluten-Free Diet” is one of many titles by Turbin on the subject of the paleo gluten-free diet and lifestyle that she will be releasing over the course of 2013.

“I’m really excited about my new website (http://www.PaleoGlutenFreeRecipes.com) and about all of the eBooks I’ll be releasing this year,” said the multi-award-winning author and advocate for celiac disease, an autoimmune condition triggered by gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley and rye. “I really wanted to share this information on the paleo diet, which is inherently gluten-free, for people with celiac disease or gluten-sensitivity, and for all the people who are looking to improve their health with a biologically suitable diet, so they can make much more informed decisions about their diet, health and lifestyle.”

“Getting Started on the Paleo Gluten-Free Diet” is a comprehensive eBook designed to help individuals who are new to the paleo gluten-free diet adapt to their new lifestyle and can also be used by experienced paleo gluten-free “veterans” to gain a better understanding of their diet. Some of the chapter titles are “Why Paleo?”, “The Paleo Gluten-Free Diet in Simple Terms,” “Simple Steps to Start,” and “The Paleo Gluten-Free Diet and Exercise.” Turbin, an award-winning paleo gluten-free recipe developer, makes available many of her celebrated recipes.

Turbin was diagnosed with celiac disease many years ago. Before becoming a leading paleo advocate, she was best known in the gluten-free community for her radios shows, interviews, articles and founding GlutenFreeHelp.info. GlutenFreeHelp.info was voted the #2 .info website in the world out of over 6.7 million registered .info websites and is now managed by Turbin’s daughter, Miranda Jade Turbin. Tina Turbin later turned to the inherently paleo (short for “paleolithic”) gluten-free diet, which is based on the premise that humans do best eating the way their paleolithic ancestors ate. According to Turbin, “A recent study shows that over 40% of celiacs aren’t responding to the gluten-free diet. I personally found that the paleo diet helped me far more than the typical gluten-free diet for all celiacs and the science behinds it explains why! So it’s extremely important to me to get this information out there so it is understood.”

Turbin’s new website, http://www.PaleoGlutenFreeRecipes.com, is a user-friendly website carefully designed and containing a wealth of information about the paleo gluten-free diet, including FAQs, numerous free printable tip sheets, paleo kitchen baking and cooking answers and many developed and tested recipes. Over the course of the next two years, Turbin will be releasing a large collection of paleo gluten-free eBooks on her website and the top eBook sites. Website visitors can easily print, email, and share recipes from 31 different categories. All of Turbin’s recipes have been promoted broadly across the internet and all of Turbin’s popular social sites including Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, to name a few.

“It’s been so rewarding to be a working team member in the paleo gluten-free community,” said Turbin. “I really look forward to getting to know and work with even more people and professionals in this field. This group is passionate about Paleo as a diet, lifestyle change and opportunity to improve their quality of life, and I truly believe in this. ”

Tina Turbin is the multi-award-winning author of Danny the Dragon Meets Jimmy, the critically-acclaimed book in Turbin’s illustrated children’s book series, apps, DVD and CD. You can find out more about Turbin and her children’s books at http://www.TinaTurbin.com.

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To learn more about Danny the Dragon: Visit http://www.DannytheDragon.com.

To purchase Danny the Dragon products: Contact Imagination Publishing Group at ImaginationPublishingGroup(at)gmail(dot)com or call 888-701-6481. Also available through: Amazon.com, Victory Multimedia, Barnes and Noble, Blockbuster Video, Baker and Taylor, and other major distributors.

Danny the Dragon Meets Jimmy DVD: 837654741191, $24.95
Danny the Dragon Meets Jimmy paperback: 978-0-9800-721-0-5, $8.95
Danny the Dragon Dreams CD/Audiobook: 978-0-9800-721-3-6, $8.95

About Tina Turnin: Tina Turbin wrote her first story at age sixteen, and has since gone on to enjoy tremendous success as a multi-award-winning author, humanitarian, and researcher. Working for many years in Los Angeles with children in the Entertainment Business, she remains an active supporter of children, families, and education and works as an advocate in the many arenas of literacy and celiac disease. The Danny the Dragon series fulfills a passion of hers to delight and entertain through her enchanting characters. Her many styles of writing convey to the young and young at heart. Turbin resides in her East and West Coast studios. For recipes and to learn more about the paleo gluten-free diet and lifestyle, visit http://www.PaleoGlutenFreeRecipes.com, and her popular social profiles on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/tina.turbin), Twitter (https://twitter.com/tinaturbin), LinkedIn (http://www.linkedin.com/in/tinaturbin), and Instagram (PaleoGlutenFreeRecipes).

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