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GlutenFreeHelp.info expands reach with a .INFO name!

Gluten is the composite of two proteins, called Gladin and Glutenin. These exist combined with starch in grass related grains such as wheat, Rye and Barley. When dough is made to make bread, gluten is formed and assists with the rise of bread and teams up with starch to form the bread’s final shape. Gluten is found in pretzels, beer, pizza, pastries, and many other popular foods.

Many people all over the world are faced with gluten-intolerance or gluten-sensitivity and Celiac Disease. Tina Turbin, the creator of GlutenFreeHelp.info, was diagnosed with Celiac disease after years of doctor appointments and tests. She wanted to create an informative site that provided people facing these conditions with information on symptoms, treatments and tips on how to live a happy gluten-free life.

.INFO means INFORMATION 

While choosing a name, Tina wanted to make sure the goal of her site was obvious to her visitors. For Tina the .INFO domain name just made sense. Visitors of GlutenFreeHelp.info can find basic as well as advanced information on subjects of gluten intolerance, gluten sensitivity, allergies and celiac disease from Tina, as well as nutritionists, doctors, and researchers. In addition, the site contains practical and tasty food suggestions including recipes ranging from orange-iced lemon shortbread cookies, to flank steak with chimichurri sauce.

.INFO Speaks for itself 

.INFO has provided GlutenFreeHelp.info with a unique Web address that has enhanced the site’s Web presence and has been a key asset to making the site a popular, informative resource on the Internet. “By having a .INFO site, it makes my website unique,” said Tina Turbin, GlutenFreeHelp.info’s creator. “It has not only increased my Web presence, but has helped GlutenFreeHelp.info reach its goal of providing information on these topics to the people who need it.”

With a great name, as well as great information, GlutenFreeHelp.info has become an important resource to those facing Celiac disease around the world.

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Tuesday, September 21, 2010