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My Gluten-Free Knoxville is your passport to living gluten free in Knoxville, TN. This is a guide for those living with celiac disease in the Knoxville, Tennessee, area. It is a guide to area markets, restaurants and life-style information. Inside these pages, you will find detailed gluten-free information on
There are many excellent books written on coping with celiac disease directed at the nationwide gluten-free community. This book, however, focuses specifically on resources here in the Knoxville area. Inside the guide, you will find detailed information on living gluten free in Knoxville: where to shop, where to eat, and who to talk to. It is a valuable local resource for the newly diagnosed and for anyone new to Knoxville.
Read about nutritional considerations for celiac disease.
What can you expect from this Gluten-Free Revolution Edition of My Gluten-Free Knoxville?
And you will learn to love our wonderful town, which has embraced our gluten-free community. I have no doubt you will soon be calling it “My Gluten-Free Knoxville!”
How do I purchase My Gluten-Free Knoxville?
My Gluten-Free Knoxville is available at the following locations.
Online at UT Medical Center
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Gluten-Free Goodies (a gluten-free bakery)
5211 Kingston Pike
Benefit Your Life (gluten-free market and café)
620 N. Campbell Station Road, Suite 24
The books also are available by mail for $15 (including postage)
You may send a check to
Janet McKenzie Prince
P.O. Box 189
Louisville, TN 37777