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Living gfreely

Going gluten free has really benefited my children in so many ways. However, like with anything new getting started with this new lifestyle is often the challenge. Recently I learned about a new monthly subscription  box that would do just that. With gfreely not only have I been given the opportunity to try new gluten free products, but unlike some of the other boxes I have tried they had real amounts and great product sizes! Starting at $19 a month gfreely has so much to offer.
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This is the box we received

As you can see from the picture the products and size are amazing! With a value way over the $19 a month there really is no way that you could good wrong. As my children and I worked our way through the products there was one thing we noticed, everything was really good! Which for obvious reason is great, no one likes a life full of things that bring no joy.
I said earlier that there was more to gfreely then just it being a monthly subscription box. They also offer a great recipe section to make your new lifestyle just a little more easy, a blog where you can learn more about being gluten free and maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and a shop where you can purchase some of the new foods that  you have grown to love.
If you are living a gluten free lifestyle or have always want to try it this box is the way to go!

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