Portland, Oregon (PRWEB) May 05, 2013
The Gluten Free Society is announcing the availability of public memberships. Each membership includes access to the Society’s signature product, The Glutenology Health Matrix System. This system includes 14 videos related to living a gluten free lifestyle. Membership is $69 dollars followed by a minimal monthly fee of $12 dollars. In addition, membership also includes a searchable resource library of medically oriented articles on gluten sensitivity, 54/7 access to Gluten Free TV – featuring a test kitchen and independent product testing for cross contamination, and much more. Additional information on The Gluten Free Society can be accessed here: http://www.glutenology.net/gluten-free-society-membership-sp1/
“We’re opening up membership to the public so our society can access science-based resources related to gluten intolerance and sensitivity,” said Dr. Peter Osborne of The Gluten Free Society. “Our membership helps so many people in a variety of ways. For example, we provide information on why foods labeled “gluten free” can still make someone sick. The best part is people have 60 days to try out the membership. If they don’t feel it is beneficial, I will refund their money.”
Videos available as part of The Glutenology Health Matrix System (only available to members) include an in-depth analysis on how to clean out one’s refrigerator, identifying gluten in medications, eating gluten-free on the road and much more. “Our memberships are designed to provide insight and information so people with gluten issues can make the proper choices or seek alternative treatments. There is a lot of misinformation on gluten right now. As the authority on the subject, our Society wants to become an advocate within our industry and for our members.”
Members of the media can request an interview with Dr. Peter Osborne by calling: 1-800-680-4559 or Helene Vece at 702-409-1282.
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