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Tweet #healthytummy And Attune Will Donate $1 To The Celiac Disease Foundation!

We're really excited to be partnering up with Attune Foods and the Celiac Disease Foundation (CDF) to bring you yet another sponsored tweet-a-thon! For this week's TwitCause (Dec 10-16th), every time you include #HealthyTummy in your tweets, Attune will donate $1 to the Celiac Disease Foundation (up to $3k)! So please, spread the word to your friends and help make a difference this holiday season!

For those of you that aren't familiar with Celiac Disease you can ready stories from the  "I Have Celiac Disease" Group here: http://www.experienceproject.com/groups/H...

Celiac Disease is one of the most common genetic conditions in the world, but as many as 97% of people with Celiac go undiagnosed! Celiac is set off by eating gluten (found in wheat, rye, and barley) and often thought as a gastrointestinal (GI) condition, although not all symptoms are GI symptoms. Learn more about Celiac and find out whether you or a loved one may suffer from this condition at http://celiac.org/

Attune Foods is a proud supporter of the Celiac Disease Foundation and helps to fight for "healthy tummies" with its yummy line of probiotic bars. The bars are clinically proven to help support a healthy digestive and immune system while giving you more calcium, more fiber, and less sugar than most yogurts. Plus, they taste great (trust me, I've been eating them all week!). Learn more about them here and find a store near you that carries them: http://www.attunefoods.com/

So, help us fight Celiac Disease and get your tweet on this week!

Follow Celiac Disease Foundation at @CeliacExperts (http://twitter.com/CeliacExperts) and Attune at @AttuneBars (http://twitter.com/attunebars).

Happy tweeting!

EPJulio EPJulio 26-30, M 3 Responses Dec 10, 2009

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I had an acquired relative with this disease and although she controlled it with a special diet it was a constant challenge. Back then, some 30 years ago, there wasn't as much awareness as now. Thanks for your foods.

Thankfully, I do not suffer from this particular disorder, but I have many friends who do and as a trained chef... I have become more and more aware of disorders that can be impacted (both positively and negatively) by food.



Thanks for stepping up. I love what you guys are doing with TwitCause. ;)

Julio makes some amazing things happen. This is one of those causes -- like the Honey Bee -- that I was unaware of... and then I started reading about and learned it was a lot bigger than I thought. Keep up the good work!