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5 tweeters coeliacs can't afford to miss this month

Date: Wednesday 3rd September 2014

It's the beginning of a new month and the Glutafin team has been busy searching the Twittersphere to bring you the top tweeters coeliacs can't afford to miss this September. We've narrowed the selection down to 5 of the best, but who made the cut? Without further adieu... ready, steady, tweet!

 

1. @Glutafin (Glutafin)

Of course, @Glutafin is our number 1 must follow Twitter account for coeliacs this

September! The team posts new recipes, product information and tips on living gluten free every day. Don’t forget to keep an eye-out for our legendary competitions where you can win free gluten free products and Glutafin hampers.

We love to hear from you! So if you want to share your latest kitchen creation or just need some advice about our products tweet us. We’ll be happy to help!

 

2. @GluFreeBlogUK (The Gluten Free Blog)

Perfect for anyone following a gluten or wheat free diet, @GluFreeBlogUK tweets top gluten free tips, news and product reviews to their followers every day. This account is definitely one for the foodies – some of the pictures they tweet are truly some of the most scrumptious we’ve seen. Don’t forget to click on their media tab to view them in all of their glory!

Make sure you check-out their Blog too for more interesting content.

 

3. @LiveGF (Live Gluten Free)

@LiveGF is on a mission to get a better deal for anyone who’s diagnosed with coeliac disease, has an intolerance to gluten or has made a choice to follow a gluten free diet. Tweeting regularly about coeliac friendly restaurants, gluten free recipes and the latest product reviews, this is essential reading for anyone on a gluten free diet.

You can find out more about them on their website, which we also featured in our 4 must visit websites for coeliacs this September blog post.

 

4. @Coeliac_UK (Coeliac UK)

Tweeting since 2008, Coeliac UK is the leading charity working for people with coeliac disease and dermatitis herpetiformis (DH). Their mission is to improve the lives of patients through support, campaigning and research.

They’re always tweeting interesting content to their 16k followers, including news about the charity, the latest research and useful links. @Coeliac_UK is also great at responding to tweets on living with coeliac disease, so if there’s a question you need answering don’t be scared to get in touch.

 

5. @DSglutenfree (DS-Gluten Free)

Those of you who want to top-up their prescription or aren’t eligible to receive gluten free foods on prescription should check-out our sister brand, @DSglutenfree. They have a huge range of products, from gluten free bread and biscuits to pizza and ready meals, which are available in some of the UK’s biggest supermarkets.

Don’t forget to follow them for money-off coupons, fun competitions an the latest news about new products.

As ever, we're always excited to hear what you think so remember to leave a comment below, post to our Facebook pagetweet us or email glutenfree@glutafin.co.uk

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