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Have you been diagnosed with celiac disease or told by your doctor that you should not eat products containing gluten? For many, this is a hard diagnosis to hear because changing their diet so drastically may seem to deprive them of flavorful foods. The new dietary restrictions may seem confusing and hard to follow.
That's probably why someone wrote Living Gluten-Free For Dummies.
Author Danna Korn covers the medical issues associated with a diagnosis of celiac or wheat allergies and provides practical information on how to enjoy eating without wheat, barley or rye. For instance, did you know there is a suspected link between gluten in the diet and certain behavior disorders, as well as autism?
Topics covered include learning how to decipher gluten-free labels, what to look for and avoid when shopping for gluten-free foods and how to make gluten-free meals taste good. Practical tips on staying gluten-free when you are eating out and how to recognize good carbs and bad carbs.
Think you might want to learn how to cook with gluten-free ingredients?
That's probably why someone wrote Gluten-Free on a Shoestring.
This cookbook is full of delicious and inexpensive gluten-free meals. The recipes are varied and include treats you may have thought you had to give up. Recipes include Apple-Cinnamon Toaster Pastries, Banana Cream Pie, Blueberry Muffins, Focaccia, Ricotta Gnocchi, Spinach Dip, Chicken Pot Pie, Tortilla Soup, Szechuan Meatballs, Baked Eggplant Parmesan, Cinnamon Rolls, Chocolate Cake and even White Sandwich Bread! And all 125 recipes are gluten-free!
To help you save money, you'll also read about meal planning strategies and learn how to stock your pantry in the most economical way as well as where to find gluten-free supplies at the best prices.
If you have been diagnosed with celiac disease and your doctor has put you on a gluten-free diet, you may have been surprised to learn just how much you would have to give up but with this cookbook, it may not be as challenging a transition as it first appeared.
Health Care Disclaimer: This cookbook is not intended to replace medical attention or the advice of your doctor concerning your diet. If you are under a doctor's care for celiac sprue or Veteran Celiac, check with your gastroenterologist before changing your diet.