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 from New Jersey,  Jan 11, 2011

While I've had a lot of insight and knowledge about a gluten-free diet (my father has Celiac), this book was a great refresher course for this diet and even provided me with some information about Celiac and gluten intolerance that I wasn't aware of. Elisabeth's book is also helping me prepare for a gluten-free diet myself as I believe I too have Celiac and she presents all of the information in such a way that this new lifestyle isn't going to be bad afterall. I highly recommend this book to anyone who has Celiac or has a family member who has it or simply to someone looking to eat a healthier diet!

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Celiac Disease
 from Pembroke Pines, FL,  May 28, 2009

Written in an easy-to-read style, this book no doubt will be a great help to many who have frequent stomach pains and other strange symptoms. It could be an inherited predisposition to certain foods, and trigger a condition known as Celiac disease. Celiac disease is an autoimmune disease. In addition, there's a link of gluten to autism.I've heard about the evils of gluten, but I've never investigated it. I was surprised to discover how pervasive it is in everyday food--even some vinegars!Included are recipes, along with tips on organizing a kitchen, shopping, parties, and restaurants. This will prove to be a handy reference tool.

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