Giveaway: Cooking with Fibromyalgia (closed)

EatonFrontCoverUPDATE: Congratulations to: Monica, Donna, and Kathryn you are the WINNERS of my first giveaway!

The release of my first e-cookbook is imminent and I want to celebrate this labor of love by giving away three copies of Cooking with Fibromyalgia to three A+mazing readers.


To enter this giveaway LEAVE a comment under this POST. Post any type of comment you like!


To up your chances of winning, you can receive up to FIVE additional entries to win by doing the following (these are optional, not required):

  1. SUBSCRIBE to the gluten free chef by email. Come back and let me know you’ve subscribed in an additional comment on this post.
  2. LIKE the gluten free chef on Facebook. Come back and let me know you’ve LIKED in an additional comment on this post.
  3. FOLLOW the gluten free chef on Pinterest. Come back and let me know you’ve followed in an additional comment on this post.
  4. FOLLOW @glutenfreechef5 on Twitter. Come back and let me know you’ve followed in an additional comment on this post.
  5. Share this post. Come back and let me know you’ve shared it in an additional comment on this post.


DEADLINE: Saturday June 29th at 11:59 PM EST

WINNER: Three winners will be chosen at random on June 30th at 3PM EST. Winners will be chosen using and announced at the top of this post. The winners will also be notified via email; if the winner does not respond within 48 hours, another winner will be selected.

DISCLAIMER: This giveaway is provided by the gluten free chef.

55 thoughts

  1. OK. Subscribed on email, liked on Facebook, following on Twitter, shared on Facebook. Can’t wait to get this. Always looking for ways to combat Fibro…….


  2. I am in the process of finding out if I’m wheat/gluten intolerant or have Celiac or something and would love to have your book.


  3. Don’t know how I’ve managed not to find you before. This looks like just the cookbook I’ve been hoping for. I’ve had fibro for fifteen years and have seen improvement in symptoms by gradually going g-f, d-f, soy-free, and vegetarian over the last three years. The improvement is still hit-and-miss and so is finding recipes that meet all or even most of these restrictions and work for my family. Thanks for the chance to win.


    1. YaY! So glad we found each other. Follow me on twitter, FAcebook, and pinterest and come back and leave a comment for each to increase your chances to win!


  4. I have some friends with Fibromyalgia and I would love to have this cookbook. Maybe it would inspire them to change their diets.


  5. Followed all. Looking forward to new recipes. I am not Gluten-free, sugar-free, dairy-free for both Fibro and Lyme Disease so def need some recipes because I’m really getting bored eating the same thing all the time.


  6. Id love and be so grateful to be able to cook food that would help my Fibromyalgia. I hope that it would amaze me in helping with my condition. Thank you so much!! x


  7. I didn’t realize that gluten free was the way to go for people with fibromyalgia. I’d love a chance to win this cookbook.


  8. this would be interesting.. I think i could very well have gotten a fibro dx,if i wasn’t so darn stubborn… thankfully most of my issues have cleared or lightened up since going gf 2 years ago, but this book sounds very interesting 🙂


  9. Hi
    I would love to see what all new foods/recipes thst i can to change my eating habits & life style (health). Been diagnosed w/Fibro, MS, Graves Disease & a few other things. Thanks for coming out w/more ways to better
    our health & changevthe way we eat!
    Juanita (FibroPinDoll)


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