Subject: Nima: help your GF patients stay gluten-free on-the-go! (Discount inside)

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Thank you for your continued support of Today's Dietitian. Below is information from one of our sponsors.
Sponsor Nima, a portable gluten sensor, provides a coupon for purchase, a toolkit with information about gluten-free living and data from their research.
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We enjoyed meeting so many of you at the Today’s Dietitian Spring Symposium in Florida earlier this year and showing off Nima, a portable sensor that tests liquid and solid foods for the presence of gluten in about three minutes. This pocket-sized sensor helps people make informed eating decisions and pairs with an app that allows you to track where you were and what you're testing. (A great tool for RDs and nutritionists to know where and what their patients are eating!)
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A coupon for you and your clients!
Nima is currently available for Reserve Now, shipping Spring 2017. Free shipping with coupon code Today2016. Nima is only available in the U.S., and this offer is only good for first time customers until December 31, 2016.
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Nima's Dietitian Toolkit - we've put together a toolkit for you that includes key valuable information:
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  1. How to Use Nima (videos!)
  2. Nima product specifics & sensitivity
  3. How to dine safely with Nima—patients still need to ask good questions as they order
  4. Tips & Tricks for what to test on food
  5. An Etiquette Guide
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  • Who is avoiding gluten? Research on both Celiac and Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitive folks
  • What’s it like to be a gluten-free consumer? Emotions can run high
  • How often do people get sick from unintentional gluten exposure?
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  • Across hundreds of tests, 20% of restaurant food ordered as gluten free has tested positive for gluten - see results for San Francisco restaurants
  • Comparison of Nima chemistry to leading commercial antibody detection
Graphic: nima in the future: what do milk and peanut audiences experience?
  • Next in development: peanut, milk, and tree nut sensors
  • Our research on how often people with milk & peanut get unintentionally exposed, what foods they most want to test, and where they are most afraid of eating
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  • Help people communicate with Nimoji, a sticker app featuring nearly 50 emoji to describe the day-to-day meal needs whether you’re gluten-free, vegetarian or intolerant to certain foods
Reserve Nima Now and Get Free Shipping, Code: Today2016
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