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Celiac Disease: Safe/Unsafe Food List and Essential Information On Living With A Gluten Free Diet Paperback – July 25, 2010
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this is an extremely helpful book.
Wish I had it when I was first diagnosed!
I will be needed more copies so I can carry
this one in my purse when I go to the store.
As I grew older, My tummy was growing outward, and eating a roll or a slice of bread would swell my belly like I had swallowed footballs. My Triglycerides were high, and a test for Celiacs was negative at the HMO. I was diagnosed as diabetic, and I felt tired and sluggish all the time. Everything hurt. My brain was foggy. My doctor shrugged, and said "Quit eating bread will lower your triglycerides."
I read Jaqui Karr's book, and followed the dietary suggestions. I immediately lost pounds of belly flab, and gained an inch in height....I could stand straighter. My diffuse pain was gone, and in time, could fit my (40 year old) high school bell bottoms. Even my butt got smaller. I eat food, and not bloat out like a goat belly. Jaqui Karr writes in a clear, concise manner, with easy to follow directions. My triglycerides lowered, and my doctor said I am no longer diabetic. Since then, I have learned that hundreds of maladies can be connected to wheat/gluten consumption. Jaqui's books are life savers.
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This has a lot of good information about foods to look for, good and bad. Explains a lot about hidden gluten and how to adjust.Published 12 months ago by leahg
Handy to have especially when you first start out on gluten free eating.Published 14 months ago by Cindy L
Lifts my spirits up. At onset, news of having the disease is a tremendous upset, hard to absorb--like eating wheat, almost! Read morePublished 22 months ago by tarot card deck
this is a must have book. I can not begin to thank you for this information. With so may people jumping on the band wagon to produce books on Gluten Free, most have missed the... Read morePublished on July 7, 2014 by Tracey Ford