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If you have a wheat allergy, gluten intolerance, celiac disease, an autistic child, or you just want to enjoy the benefits of a diet free of wheat, barley, and rye, then this guide is for you. You'll get trusted, authoritative explanations of the medical problems associated with gluten and clear guidance on how to make the transition to a gluten-free lifestyle — and love it!
Go gluten-free — get a handle on the whos, whats, whys, and hows of going gluten-free (and the many medical benefits of a gluten-free lifestyle)
Connect the dots — discover the fascinating connections between gluten, autism, and behavioral disorders
Speak Glutenese — learn how to decipher label lingo and know what to look for (and what to avoid) when shopping for food
Make it nutritious (and delicious) — follow recipes for making family-pleasing gluten-free meals, from enticing entrees to sensational sides and everything in between
Get out and about — get practical tips and guidance on keeping a gluten-free diet whether you're eating out or on the go
Open the book and find:
How to adapt your perspective on food
he connection between autism, behavior, and gluten
Good carbs vs. bad carbs
The truth about whole grains
How to shop for and stock your pantry with gluten-free foods
Healthy and delicious recipes for every meal of the day (including a gluten-free spin on family favorites)
Cooking tips and techniques
Tips for raising happy, healthy gluten-free kids
Decide whether adopting a gluten-free lifestyle is the right choice for you
Recognize medical conditions that benefit from a gluten-free diet
Decipher food labels and make smart choices when eating out
Live a healthy, happy, gluten-free lifestyle
It is good information, but be aware that there is gluten in shower gels and many items that zap your energy!Published 1 day ago by Barbara G.
It is good to know that being gluten free is a life style, and it needs to be followed if you want to feel better. No cheating, which I did not realize.Published 14 days ago by Linda Bucher
Really good, you only need to read it through once to get all the ideas you need.
We got it when my son was diagnosed with celiacs disease.
This is an EXCELLENT book when you discover that you can't have gluten anymore! Not only is it very informative, but it's an easy read as the author tosses in funny comments. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Debra Jacobson
I have learned that I do not have a gluten problem but I will save it for someone who does.Published 1 month ago by Lila Semadeni
Very easy reading, Danna Korn (the writer) is so funny. Great books, I have Gluten Free Cooking for Dummies by same author. Makes a great setPublished 1 month ago by capra6ft