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You’re Invited To A Free Teleclass About Probiotics

8 Comments 18 January 2012

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Do you know what probiotics are and when or why you would want to take them? I’ve been taking some daily after having to take some antibiotics for a nasty cold I couldn’t kick in December.

I’d like to invite you to join me for:

How Well is Your Digestive System Working?

Probiotics and their role in GI health, specifically IBS, Celiac Disease and Gluten Sensitivity will be discussed in this  FREE Live Teleseminar on Wednesday February 1, 8pm ET

World-renowned experts, gastroenterologist Dr. Daniel Leffler and registered
dietitian Shelley Case will host an informative discussion regarding probiotics and
their role in healthy digestion.

The probiotic diet, probiotic foods and supplements have surged in popularity over
the past few years. At the same time, so has an awareness of these GI conditions,
such as IBS and celiac disease, and a widespread interest in gluten-free living.

With all this has come much confusion. This teleseminar will help clarify any

The event will include a Q&A session during which these two experts answer
your pre-submitted questions. So register and secure your spot now at

10 registrants will receive a copy of Dr. Leffler’s book, Real Life with Celiac Disease
Troubleshooting and Thriving Gluten Free
, and Shelley Case’s book Gluten-Free Diet,
plus a 2-month supply of Jamieson Probiotics.

Limited space. Register today at

*This is a sponsored post, but I’m genuinely excited about this!

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8 Comments so far

  1. 1
    Gloria says:

    Thanks for the info. I cannot get the link to register to work. Am I missing something, or is it maybe just not live yet? I amusing Firefox browser.

  2. 2
    Kelly says:

    Hey Gloria..
    I’m using Firefox too and it works. Hmmm

    Try this link:

    let me know if it works.


  3. 3
    Donna says:

    My GI doctor took me off my probiotic saying that none are guaranteed gluten free since they are not monitored by the FDA and the claims are based on their own internal research. I was having a problem at the time. I was put on Citrucel fiber supplement instead. I hope this is addressed. It seems probiotics are recommended for celiacs in all the books. I did send in this question.

  4. 4
    S Elizabeth Murphy says:

    The link would not accept either one of two
    email addresses: one at or one at a roadrunner
    address (

    I also use Firefox for my browser.

  5. 5
    Tina says:

    Hi Kelly,

    Thanks for the link I registered today! How is the Nutrition Classes going at IIN? Hoping to hear more post about it soon??? Have a great day!


  6. 6
    Elizabeth says:

    I’m registered and looking forward to it!!

    Abundant Health,

  7. 7
    Debra says:

    Hello and thank you for this opportunity to win something from your awesome website! It is a god-send for us ‘chicks’

    Bless us all!!

    Warm Regards,
    Debra S.

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