"Gluten Free Living" is not a cookbook for a new diet. It is a book for those starting out on a gluten free lifestyle, or for those who have struggled currently with trying to be gluten... More > free. This book includes product lists for gluten free products, alternate names for gluten, recipes, tips, and a guide to help you know what areas of your life you will need to work on changing. Living Gluten Free is not just a change in diet, it is a change in lifestyle and requires alot of work in many areas. Many people are going gluten free due to Celiac's disease, gluten intolerance, and even just plain health issues. This book takes much of the research you can take days doing, and combines it into one useful book that I believe you will use time and time again.< Less
Depression, Fatigue, Joint Pain, Headaches. What do all of these things have in common?
The answer is they can all be caused by eating wheat. Gluten intolerance is one of the major health problems... More > facing society today. It is estimated in the United States alone that there are over two million people who suffer from Celiac disease and many more who are gluten intolerant to some degree, mostly suffering from IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome).
When a person is intolerant to Gluten all sorts of nasty symptoms can occur. The symptoms of gluten intolerance and celiac disease are multi-systemic meaning they can exhibit in many different forms.
Sadly most people who are gluten intolerant remain undiagnosed. As you will see is this book there are a number of reasons why people fail to get or receive a proper diagnosis for celiac disease or intolerance but the results of the improper diagnosis are always uniformly tragic.
Your only Gluten Free Guide you will need.< Less
It is never easy being on a gluten free diet. Wheat is in almost every food product in your local grocery store. Your food budget increased since you went on the gluten free diet. You begin to wonder... More > how you can cut your grocery budget. In this cookbook, you will find recipes which include rice, rice flour, rice flour noodles, cornmeal, spices, and canned products to keep your food costs low. It contains a list of common pantry items and website resources. Come and enjoy the world of eating gluten free!< Less
A gluten-free diet means avoiding all foods that contain wheat (including spelt, triticale, and kamut), rye, barley, and possibly oats—in other words, most grain, pasta, cereal, and many... More > processed foods.
Despite these restrictions, people with celiac disease can eat a well- balanced diet with a variety of foods, including bread and pasta.
Our collection of gluten-free recipes will give you a large variety of gluten free goodies to help you feel and eat your best in spite of your dietary restrictions.< Less
Get Lost Gluten is a short book to help you transition into a gluten free diet. Whether you want to learn more for yourself or loved ones, this book will help give you the tools and knowledge and... More > guide you through the transition gracefully.
Who can the book help?
1. If you've just found out that your body cannot tolerate gluten and you have no idea what to do - this can help you.
2. If you have some friends or family members that cannot eat gluten and you want to learn a bit more about a gluten free diet - this can help you.
3. If you've been suffering from gluten intolerance or celiac and you feel stuck with your choices - this can help you!
4. If you're a vegan who also cannot tolerate wheat or other gluten grains - this can totally help you! I know what it's like!
5. If you've always been curious about gluten free but don't really know much about it - this can help you.< Less
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
You have recently been diagnosed with Celiac's Disease or Gluten Intolerant. You begin to look through your cookbook for recipes that you and your family will enjoy with your new diagnosis in life.... More > You then discover that your old recipes and cookbooks contain ingredients that you can't at al with your new diet in life. I have a put together a large collection of recipes including breakfasts, appetizers, main dishes, soups, salads, and pasta. It all includes your favorite ingredients including beef, seafood, and chicken. Come and enjoy the recipes that a preschool teacher with seventeen years of experience shares with her family, friends, and families of her preschool students.< Less