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Living Gluten-Free For Dummies by Danna Korn
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A few weeks ago I borrowed from the library this book, as we were not sure whether removing gluten from hubby's died would help the abdominal pains he was experiencing.

The blood test checking for the allergen markers were negative, but we decided to experiment with the diet in case there was any improvement.

In this case there was no improvement and hubby had his gallbladder removed last week.

This book was a really great, informative and yet easy to read book. Aimed at the UK market specifically, it discussed the amounts of items available to Coeliac patients on prescription and included details and recipes.

Having Coeliac disease is not just a condition or diet. It is a way of life that does take considerable getting use to and adjustment. Should hubby have been diagnosed with Coeliac Disease I would have had no hesitation in buying this book. ( )
  AnglersRest | Feb 15, 2013 |
Purchased from Amazon, and read when I learned I had allergies to grains. Korn provides clear explanations of the gluten-free lingo, including background on the history of man's diet and how grains came into play.

With a can-do attitude, the book covers a wide range of information in chapters on alternative foods, how to handle eating out, feeding allergic children nutritious and delicious meals, and shopping and cooking strategies.

Definitely a gem of a book to refer to often! ( )
  Bookish59 | Sep 1, 2010 |
Good for when you're first diagnosed. Then, move on to other things. ( )
1 vote reddnas1 | Oct 13, 2008 |
This is an excellent reference book for people who cannot eat gluten for whatever reason - whether Coeliac or it just makes you feel better. ( )
  Fluffyblue | Jul 6, 2008 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0471773832, Paperback)

Includes 65 delicious gluten-free recipes plus tips on eating out

Find out how easy and tasty it can be to go gluten free!

If you have a wheat allergy, gluten intolerance, celiac disease, or you just want to enjoy the benefits of a diet free of wheat, barley, and rye, then this guide is for you. Author Danna Korn explains the medical problems associated with gluten and shows you step by step how to make the transition to a gluten-free lifestyle - and love it!

Discover how toUnderstand what you can and can't eatShop and decipher food labelsCook crowd-pleasing gluten-free mealsEat gluten-free at restaurants and partiesRaise happy gluten-free kids

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Discusses how to learn what one can and cannot eat when adhering to a gluten-free diet, and covers how to understand food labels, order gluten-free food at restaurants, and create sixty-five tasty recipes at home.

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