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ARE YOU..

Struggling to express your celiac needs when out at a restaurant or bar?


Nervous about an upcoming wedding/party and worried about what you will eat?

Not sure how to navigate the holidays now that you have celiac disease, and your family doesn't really "get it"?

Did you recently attend an event and it was such a disaster (You were starving, you got glutened, or you were anxious the whole time), you wish you hadn't gone at all?


Do you want to feel more comfortable speaking up for yourself at these types of events so you can get back to enjoying them, while staying celiac safe?

Listen, here's the truth about celiac disease:

Dining in a restaurant or going to a wedding can be super stressful, especially when you aren't preparing the food!

Celiac disease can feel so exhausting in social settings because you are the one that has to make sure you don't get sick, which can take away from the experience and the fun!

Plus, when you are around people that don't necessarily understand celiac disease, it can be extra challenging to know what to say.

If you want to continue having a social life with celiac AND keep yourself safe you need to be able to do these 3 things:


1) Protect yourself from gluten & cross-contact when attending these events

2) Clearly state your gluten-free dietary needs to others so you don't get sick

3) Have the right balance between speaking up & self-care so you can KEEP enjoying social events in the future!

So if you want to PROTECT yourself from cross-contact the next time you dine out in a restaurant..

If you want to have FUN at your sister's upcoming wedding with a plan for your gluten-free food..

If you want to ENJOY your holidays this year and clearly state your celiac needs to family members..

If you want to feel more COMFORTABLE telling your work colleagues where you'd like to eat for lunch..

If you're READY to come home from these events feeling PROUD of yourself and know how to recharge your celiac batteries for the next time...

This mini-course is for you!

By the end of this mini course:

You will have a PLAN for your food when attending social events, so you won't go hungry and can avoid gluten!


You'll have scripts & phrases to clearly express your celiac needs to other people & honor your boundaries.

You'll have strategies to avoid mental burnout and reduce decision fatigue when it comes to food.

Plus, this is a easy-to-use resource you can quickly reference for any future event that comes your way!

I've been in your shoes.


After thirteen years with celiac, I know personally how challenging it can be to eat gluten-free. Especially around others!

Today as a celiac coach, I help my clients continue to have a social life while avoiding hanger, burnout, and gluten exposures.

Here's what's inside:

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7 “Mini” Modules on Social Events, including restaurants, holidays, weddings, bars, & parties, so you can prevent cross-contact, stay celiac safe, and have FUN!
 
-Scripts for Speaking Up
, pre-written scripts so you know exactly what to say when dining in restaurants, family dinners, holidays, special events, and work, including 80+ responses for common questions/commentswith celiac (like when someone offers to cook for you and you aren't comfortable with it!)

-Guide to Restaurant Dining With Celiac Disease:
This information is based on 3 restaurant allergen trainings to help you dine out safer with celiac disease, be better understood by servers, and prevent cross-contact!

-Video Trainings
from Jen to walk you through exactly what to do and offer my personal insight & recommendations for navigating social events with celiac disease.

 

-Workbooks & Strategies: The CALM Method & accompanying editable workbook to help you process the mental weight of celiac disease & reduce decision fatigue so you are excited for your next event, not dreading it!

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Check-In Forms to ask questions about the modules and get additional support from Jen!

 

-Complimentary Invitation to the Support Group: You'll be invited to join the next meeting of the Gluten-Free Support Group so you can continue practicing speaking up and connect with other celiacs about your next dinner date, wedding, or special event!



WHY LEARN FROM ME?


I've been living with celiac disease since 2009.


I'm no stranger to the discomfort, the awkward attention, and the struggle of eating around others. I'm with you and I have 13 years of experience to share.


I have a Master's Degree in Curriculum & Teaching.


Before I became a celiac coach, I was a high school teacher. Confidence building & empowering others is my JAM. I will hold your hand but also hold you accountable so you can quickly start using these strategies and attend your next party, wedding, or gathering and not miss out on those special moments!



I'm certified in Allergen Training.


I understand the seriousness of dining out with celiac disease. I've completed three different trainings (ServSafe, Always Food Safe, & FARE - Food Allergy Research & Education) to ensure I'm helping you eat as safely as possible - especially around others. I also work closely with a dietitian that specializes in celiac disease and only reference reputable, evidence-based resources in my courses.

If you came home from your last night out feeling so mentally drained from being on alert about the food you feel like skipping out the next time someone invites you to a dinner, work party, or wedding...


Don't!

With this mini course, you can quickly reduce the overwhelm of social events with clear strategies and scripts to eat safely and enjoy yourself, just like this course student:

Are you ready!?

-To know what to say to avoid gluten & keep yourself safe at events that involve food!

-To stop the mental burnout with celiac so you can still have a social life you enjoy participating in!

-To be not be stressed about your food the entire time at your next event, party, or get together, so you can get back to having FUN!?

Sign up below to get started so you can quickly feel more prepared for your next social event!

SIGN UP FOR THE MINI COURSE!

Frequently Asked Questions



Is this course only for people with celiac disease?


No. While I have celiac disease, I've designed the course to be applicable for anyone that avoids gluten for health-related reasons.


What can I expect from taking this course?


You can expect seven mini modules on dining out with celiac disease around others in social settings with step-by-step videos, guides, PDF's, and scripts.


Can I take the course at my own pace?


Yes, you can. The course is in a mini-format, meaning you can finish it in one morning or afternoon, or just reference it on your phone when you have an upcoming event.


What if I'm not satisfied with the course?


I do not allow refunds under any circumstances.


As a celiac coach and former teacher with a Master's Degree in Education I designed this course to to teach you how to be prepared for dining out away from home and prevent burnout. Please email me at [email protected] if you have questions before purchasing.


Do you offer any guaranteed results?


No. There are no guarantees when living with celiac disease in gluten-filled world and food system.


The course includes the exact strategies that I use for navigating social events with celiac. But the results of actually applying these methods and feeling prepared have to come from you, your mindset, and the work you put into applying the knowledge you've learned.


If you need someone to hold your hand and take you through speaking up and dining out on the gluten-free diet, it sounds like 1:1 gluten-free coaching might be a better fit. Please visit this page for more information.


Please note I am not a medical professional or healthcare provider nor do I claim to be. This course should not be considered treatment for a gluten-free diet. Please speak to your doctor or healthcare professional regarding treatment for celiac disease.