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Living With Crohn's Disease By Lois Fordham
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If you suffer from constant or intermittent abdominal pain it could be a sign of something much more serious than a bad meal. In fact you may even be thinking that it's a bad case of the flu... More > especially if you are having other symptoms like diarrhea or even weight loss. If you think that, you couldn't be further from the truth. You could very well be experiencing the symptoms of Chron's Disease and if left unchecked could result in ulcers, anal fissures, anemia, or inflammation of the joints. Do you know what Chron's Disease is? Did you know that it affects over 400,000 people in North America alone and estimatges suggest that approximately 27 to 48 people in every 100,000 are affected by Chron's Disease in Northern Europe? Do you know how to deal with it? Do you know where to go to get the answers to these and many more questions? Well, there is no waiting. Get the information you need right now!< Less
Celiac's Disease: A Guide For Everyone Else By Melissa Radcliff
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This book is designed to aid those with a friend or loved one with Celiac's Disease. This book should help you to understand this disease better.
Preventing Headaches & Migraines By Dr M.N. Hossain
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Do you suffer from Tension Type Headaches (TTH) or Migraines? Then get this informative book by Dr M.N. Hossain ( a practising GP and student tutor in the UK). It lists the common causes; gives an... More > alphabetical list of foods , chemicals and food additives that cause migraine; gives details of lifestyle, diet and exercise trigger factors; suggests suitable exercise sessions; and includes extracts from health diaries of headache sufferers. This small packed volume will help you to modify your diet, exercise and lifestyle habits to reduce your headaches. The 3rd edition has new inclusions on potato induced headaches, gluten sensitivity and Coeliac Disease.< Less
Gluten Free-Easy By Frann Leach
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Gluten Free-Easy — Easy recipes that are Gluten-free (not Taste-free) was compiled by a fellow-sufferer who wasn't happy with the very limited selection of (often, quite frankly, nasty) items... More > available in her local stores and needed recipes that are worth serving up to friends and family, that aren't hard work - either to cook, or to eat! This edition includes nearly 300 recipes, all completely gluten-free - 114 of them selected for children. All ingredients are quoted in both American, Imperial and metric quantities< Less
The Gluten Plan By Michaela Rose
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Do you have a gluten related disorder? Are you coeliac but not healing? Coeliac Disease is just one type of gluten illness and most have non-coeliac gluten sensitivity. This book will take you... More > through how to test - properly - for gluten illness, how to determine your own healing diet and gives specific, detailed grain and dairy free protocols for healing. For more information on gluten related disorders generally, the three key steps to healing and more on the plan itself, see my specialist site at You can also get an immediate download of the Plan as an ebook if you prefer there. Based on 20+ years as a clinical nutritionist and sufferer specialising in allergy and intolerance, and latterly in gluten related disorders. Tip: For links etc, the most up to date digital copy of the book is on the Facebook Gluten Planners group for free in Files when you join. I'm nice like that ... Last update: March 2017. Now also includes full TGF Foods master list.< Less
Delicious Gluten Free and Weight Loss Recipes : Natural Cookbook for Weight Loss By Crystal Moore
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What is gluten? Gluten is a protein found in grains like wheat, rye, triticale, barley and oats, and it’s also often found in other products as it helps bind foods together. Why go gluten... More > free? A strict gluten-free diet is essential for people with an inflammatory condition known as coeliac disease. However, many people who buy gluten-free products are doing so because they think these foods are healthier, not because they have coeliac disease or gluten intolerance. Going gluten-free is not as simple as cutting out bread and pasta, because gluten is often found in many other foods as it adds flavour and texture. But while buying the gluten-free variety of a product over the regular version is essential for people with coeliac disease, sales of these products show they’re being bought by far more people than those with the disease or gluten intolerance, which is estimated to affect six to ten percent of the population.< Less

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