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Gluten Free Lifestyle: A Health Guide, Shopping & Home Tips, 66 Easy Recipes Paperback – October 12, 2012

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Product Details

  • Age Range: 1 - 17 years
  • Grade Level: 1 and up
  • Paperback: 170 pages
  • Publisher: Rockridge Press (October 12, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1623150280
  • ISBN-13: 978-1623150280
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.4 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,440,619 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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As I searched Google then Amazon wanting to learn what a gluten free diet entails, I came across the "The Gluten Free Diet" kindle book written by the author of the popular "Paleo Diet Solution."

While reading this book which contains many appetizing gluten free recipes, I learned what caused my nasal congestion and fatigue. A real-world example which made me understand this gluten-free idea is that when I would occasionally drink a beer, which is full of gluten, my sinuses would get congested almost immediately and I could never figure out why before.

Wheat, Rye and Barley are just a few gluten ingredients that are hidden in most of the food we consume according to Chatam's book.

I was not aware of the many symptoms caused by eating gluten-containing foods: ADD, Depression, Anemia and more. The book explains the cause of celiac disease; the most extreme condition linked to consuming gluten. For celiacs, this book is a must-have. I found many examples of celiac friendly foods along with celiac recipes that taste very good.

The most interesting fact about going grain free, is that after 3-4 weeks of eliminating gluten from my diet, I actually felt detoxified, full of energy and am now sleeping better. Some people spend hundreds of dollars visiting a physician, trying to cure problems that could be solved by just purchasing this book. I highly recommend that you eliminate gluten from your diet also, this book will show you how.
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If you have to go gluten-free, this is the book to show you the ropes. The author has provided a comprehensive education on gluten intolerance and what can be done about it―the medical facts; its proliferation in manufactured foods; the downside of gluten consumption and the world of prepared foods; practical steps to removing it from your diet.

Chatham addresses the chief obstacles to diet change: stress, monetary expense, inconvenience, time-consuming preparation and―perhaps the worst offender―unappetizing food. The book contains recipes for soups, salads, breads, snacks and entrees, as well as links to thousands more online. In addition, the reader will find an alphabetized list of foods and substances that contain gluten and a separate list of foods that are allowed.

What the author clearly wanted to do with this well-researched book was to take all the labor and guesswork out of going "gluten free in the real world." Everything is dealt with: eating out, shopping challenges, grain substitutes, weight loss and the prospect of improved health.

I found the book to be informative and readable. I recommend it not only for those with gluten intolerance but for everyone who wants to improve their dietary health.
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With time being my most precious commodity, when I delve into a book I'm hoping to finish it and leave feeling seriously informed. This text definitely walked that walk. To begin with, it showed me how little I actually knew about gluten and its overall effect on everyday health, and more importantly, why that's not a good thing. The problems mentioned that can arise for those needing to pay attention to their gluten intake were depression, frequent respiratory infections, delayed puberty, and trouble with memory and concentration - once again, I had no idea! Another rarity this text has to offer in my opinion was the honesty in its presentation. To wit: "The Gluten-Free diet is not necessarily a weight-loss diet." Now, who dares to say that these days? This is much more a health book than a diet book, which is a refreshing change. Add to that an in-depth look into Celiac disease (gluten based problem), an extensive list of "allowed" and "not allowed" foods, a resource section, an extensive recipe section, a craving replacement section (pretty hip), and a how to recognize where gluten is anywhere (even outside foods) in your environment section, and you've got a text definitely worth checking out. Gluten-free is definitely a learning curve, but looks to be well worth the time.
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One of the biggest challenges of living a gluten free lifestyle is finding and sticking to a diet that is convenient and cost effective while still allowing for good food. The Gluten Free Lifestyle accomplishes this and more while still satisfying your inner gourmet.

The Gluten Free Lifestyle does more than lay out an easy to follow gluten-free diet. It helps the reader understand the way gluten works and those of us with gluten allergies handle it. It alerts readers to the "hidden gluten" used in the processing of food and present in household items like soap and glue. Finally, it helps the reader "gluten proof" their diet and plan gluten free meals at home and eating out while still accommodating non-gluten free friends and family members.

The recipes are what make this book stand out from similar dieting books. Gluten Free Lifestyle not only tells you what foods you can't have, it gives you healthy and delicious alternatives. As someone who enjoys cooking, I appreciated the gluten to non-gluten flour substitution guide and the recipes within satisfied me and my non-gluten free family. Breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert are all accounted for; everything from fruit filled breakfast crepes to chicken stir fry to gluten free carrot cake.
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