The Sick-Kit Debuts Two New Editions for Special Diets

New Sick-Kits Will Serve Vegetarians, People with Celiac Disease and Diabetes
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The Gluten-Free, Vegetarian Sick-Kit
The Gluten-Free, Vegetarian Sick-Kit
ALBANY, N.Y. - Dec. 14, 2020 - PRLog -- Two new versions of The Sick-Kit are joining the Sick-Kit family just in time for the New Year.

The new vegetarian/gluten-free Sick-Kit includes products that meet the dietary preferences and restrictions of those who do not eat meat and/or foods containing gluten. The new diabetic-friendly kit is designed for users who must avoid sugar and excessive carbohydrates.

"We actually started the GF kit because a good friend of ours has celiac," said Teri Eastwood, co-originator of the Sick-Kit.

"She was our consultant on all the products in this kit. It took her 10 years to figure out what she could eat after her diagnosis or take when she was sick. In that time frame she would get very sick from cross-contamination or products that weren't available as gluten-free."

Celiac, or coeliac, disease "is caused by a reaction to gluten, a group of various proteins found in wheat and in other grains such as barley and rye," according to Wikipedia.

The diabetic-friendly kit is in response to consumer demand. "We've had many people on social media request the diabetic kit and my father is diabetic as well," Eastwood said. "So it finally came to fruition!"

Teri and her husband, Scott Eastwood, spent a year doing research to create the new kits, finding out what would and would not qualify as diabetic-friendly, vegetarian and gluten-free.

The new vegetarian/gluten-free and diabetic Sick-Kits follow the mini version, which premiered early this year.

The full line of Sick-Kits also includes the Original Sick-Kit, and Sick-Kits for Hangovers and PMS. Each version of The Sick-Kit contains specialized products for its target ailments. All of the versions are on the Sick-Kit website,, via Shopify, on Amazon (Just search for "The Sick Kit" in Amazon's search engine), and on

Galway, N.Y.-based Scott and Teri have appeared on WTEN News10 in Albany and in Saratoga Living magazine.  Ads for the Sick-Kit appeared in the Times Union of Albany and related publications. In addition to the website, The Sick-Kit is on Facebook. News about the Sick-Kit has appeared in print, online and in broadcast media nationwide.

Media: Teri and Scott are available for interviews for all media—print, digital, radio, podcasts, TV. Please contact media representative Paul Marr at 518-221-3831 (text preferred) or for appointments or more information.

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