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Practical, delicious ways to manage a gluten-free diet 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. Trusted author Danna Korn explains the medical problems associated with gluten and shows you step by step how to make the transition to a gluten-fPractical, delicious ways to manage a gluten-free diet 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. Trusted 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!With 25% new and revised content, this easy-to-understand reference includes coverage of the most recent testing methods, an updated section on the link between a gluten-free diet and improving behaviors in the autistic, new information about the genetics of celiac disease, expanded coverage on the gluten-free certification process, increased nutritional information, and updated recipes and resources.65 delicious recipes plus tips on eating out Guidance on how to shop and decipher food labels Advice on how to raise happy gluten-free kids Covering the practical, medical, and emotional aspects of the lifestyle, Living Gluten-Free For Dummies, 2nd Edition offers hope and inspiration as you make the switch to a life free of gluten....

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ISBN : 9780470585894
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Number of Pages : 362 Pages
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Living Gluten-Free for Dummies Reviews

  • Kim
    2019-03-12 11:26

    I inhaled this book. some of it was a little bit too rushed, or too much info.. the recipes were dissapointing, im a microwave/cook from a box girl, i don't own a bread machine, haven't the foggiest what rice paper is. I was hoping since it was a dummies book, the recpies would be dummied down.. I'm cooking for myself and a 6 year old, im a single mom, i have no desire to make some gormet meal that all the cook books ive been seeing are telling me to make..bring on the gluten free mac and cheese and chicken tenders! not spring rolls, and chinese game hens. seriously now! but other than that the book was awesomly informative, and very helpful sometimes.

  • Lia
    2019-02-18 11:13

    Much of this book is lifted from Wheat-Free, Worry-Free: The Art of Happy, Healthy Gluten-Free Living. Is it better? Well, depends on what you like. This book is heavily formatted, and if you like the dummies style of formatting, you will probably really like this book. I have a few issues with the dummies style. It's a formula, which means that the information has to fit a certain mold. This results in a couple of problems: hyper-presentation, where the information is presented as quickly as possible, and glut, where there are chunks that aren't really needed in the book, but are there because they're part of the formula. Wheat-Free, Worry-Free: The Art of Happy, Healthy Gluten-Free Living and this book have a lot of information in common, but they do have some differences. For instance, this book presents the gluten-free diet in context of the glycemic index. Wheat Free, Worry Free has information about where research is headed for those with gluten intolerance. So, which do I prefer? Wheat-Free, Worry-Free: The Art of Happy, Healthy Gluten-Free Living. But which would you prefer? Could be either. I'd say, peruse them both and see which appeals to you.But, I still haven't found what I would consider THE book to present the gluten-free lifestyle. (Maybe I'll have to write it.)

  • Kari Bjordahl
    2019-03-12 11:29

    Haven't started this yet. Sadly I have to follow it now.

  • Barbara
    2019-02-21 12:32

    Some good info.

  • Carissa
    2019-02-22 09:07

    I really like the "...for Dummies" books and this one did not disappoint. It was very informative, gave lots of resources and cleared some things up for me! On to the next chapter of my life...

  • Tami
    2019-03-20 12:33

    Not so very long ago, the vast majority of people had no idea what gluten was let alone how the mysterious substance affected the body. Those who were put on gluten-free diets for health reasons were pretty much left on their own as even most doctors and dieticians had no clue about which foods actually did or didn't contain gluten. Not only did this cause confusion but likely a lot of unnecessary suffering through the ingestion of gluten from foods that were thought safe, 100% gluten-free, and completely uncontaminated. Information is slowly spreading to the general public and more and more people are aware that Gluten is in wheat. This true but extremely limited knowledge (gluten is also found in all sorts of other cereal grains, additives, and commercial products) causes many people to believe that they can be supportive of their gluten-free friends or family members by simply not serving bread- how about rice with a generous helping of soya sauce (also high in gluten). Living Gluten-Free For Dummies simplifies the complexity of a gluten-free diet. This isn't one of those I want to lose weight diets it's an all or nothing lifestyle that has to be followed to the letter to produce the best results. The good news is that living gluten-free isn't about going without. There are plenty of gluten-free options.

  • Jenn
    2019-02-21 09:20

    I must admit I am a fan at the "For Dummies" books. I find that they are well written, easy to read and overall enjoyable while presenting factual information on the topic at hand.As a new patient of Celiac Disease and therefore the "Gluten Free" life, I found this the best book thus far that I have read or skimmed. It has the nuts-n-bolts about Celiac, from the health problems to the how to fix. The book offers many suggestions on ways to approach the new diet including menus, recipes, eating out and ways to look at grocery shopping.The best section for me was the one that dealt with the emotions of anger, despair and overwhelm.I plan to add this book to my collection as a resource for myself, my family and friends.

  • Kristine
    2019-03-12 07:34

    I found this to be a good reference with OK recipes. For gluten free recipes the whole family will eat I like Make It Fast, Cook It Slow: The Big Book of Everyday Slow Cooking more than this book . . . I kept it on the shelf for reference for the last month. I'm being tested tomorrow for Celiac and I imagine based on what the results of the test are whether I go out and buy a plethora of Celiac-themed books.

  • Gretchen Schmidt
    2019-02-26 09:22

    This is the book that made me realize I had been living as a gluten-intolerant in a world of glutenous foods for 6 years. I'm so grateful for this book's helpful, humorous and honest writing, covering topics from the symptoms of a gluten intolerance to how to handle dinner parties with loads of foods you can't eat. I feel very prepared to take on this new lifestyle and confident that I can succeed.

  • Brooke
    2019-03-08 06:21

    This was a much appreciated resource for me when I became gluten-free. It gives great encouragement and advice--including recipes--on how to make the transition. It entertained and inspired me. I should be recommending this to more people--and buy it, so I can have it on hand to lend out. I think it'd also be a helpful read for people who would like to know more about the GF diet for a loved one, friend, etc. This book is especially suited for parents who have children who must eat GF.

  • Tara
    2019-03-19 06:23

    If you're in NEED of going gluten-free then this is the book to read. The author wrote this based on her son having celiac disease. If you are just considering gluten-free as a way to have a healthier diet and possibly help with some minor ailments, but don't feel the need to be strict then you might want to consider reading a different book. The information is all good and backed by research resources, but heavily skewed toward people with celiac disease.

  • Cecelia
    2019-03-16 09:29

    When I first found out I had a sensitivity to Gluten, I had no idea where to start in order to change my lifestyle and begin healing. A friend of mine with Celiac disease recommended this book to me because she found it very helpful. It's full of easy to understand information about the latest tests and research about the negative health effects gluten has on our immune, neurological, and digestive systems. This book assisted me in implementing the changes I had to make on my journey to health.

  • Jody
    2019-02-20 11:10

    Family members were gluten-free, but I needed some help to get started. This book was helpful. It is written in the funny "dummy" style of quips, jokes and white space. Every question I thought of was answered in it. What is allowed -- what to watch out for -- eating out -- snacks -- all here. There was a recipe section as well.

  • Katie
    2019-02-22 05:15

    A friend gave me this book a few days after I found out that gluten could no longer be a part of my diet. It was a helpful first step in learning about eating a gluten free diet. Since I've been diagnosed there seem to be a ton of cookbooks out there with more challenging and creative dishes but this is a great way to ease into the gluten free lingo and basic dishes.

  • Crystel
    2019-03-07 11:09

    This book was amazing. A perfect beginner book for someone interested in a gluten free diet. It talks a bit about the paleolithic diet (which is gluten free) as well. It is educational and entertaining. It is interesting, uplifting and encouraging. The way the book is written, you can read the whole book or just select sections that interest you most. I'd definitely recommend this book.

  • April
    2019-03-20 06:10

    Read cover to cover in a few hours. Some good information and a few moments of " yup, I've done that". Gave me a renewed outlook to following this lifestyle as it is possible, and the resources listed are helpful.

  • Catetyson
    2019-02-28 09:31

    I am finding this book very helpful while still learning to deal with my wheat allergy. I have other wheat free and gluten free books, but this one breaks it down into an easy to find/reference way. It also simplifies those medical explanations! I need a little simplification.

  • Tanya Simon
    2019-03-01 07:22

    If you just found out you have celiac this is the book for you. She boils everything down to a simple explanation for a sometimes devastating diagnosis. She has a delightful sense of humor, which made the book go down easy. I feel prepared to start this new chapter of my life!

  • Grace Jensen
    2019-02-23 12:20

    Very informative.While a lot of the information is redundant, and some of it seemed like extreme advice, it's a wonderful resource and alarmingly accurate. I specifically got this because it is in the For Dummies series.

  • Aj
    2019-02-22 08:32

    Great overview: not overwhelming or focusing on the scare factor of cross-contamination. Recommended by my doctor (who is also gluten and dairy free). Appreciate the tie-in between gluten and dairy sensitivities.

  • Rebecca
    2019-03-10 11:06

    Good book. Lots of useful information and recipes. Lots of ideas on living gluten-free without having to buy so many specialty items. I'm still trying to get my husband to read it, but I think it'll take a few more pushes for that to happen.

  • Tina Payne
    2019-02-23 10:28

    This was the 1st purchase I made after being Diagnosed with Celiac Disease. It was the most important purchase I made in the year after my diagnoses. Now my life is split in two.... Before CD and After CD

  • Camille
    2019-02-21 12:19

    I enjoyed this book, it's entertaining and upbeat. The author is earthy and no-nonsense and gives helpful informational advice and recipes for living gluten-free. This is a very good basic reference book for this lifestyle.

  • Lisa Hale
    2019-03-02 08:18

    Fantastic guide and a must have when starting the Gluten Free lifestyle. The advice is homey and down to Earth. I know I will be referring to this book over and over and over as my family goes down the Gluten Free/Casein Free diet path.

  • Ella
    2019-03-09 12:28

    Very educational being new to a GF diet. Discovering that GF flour is not a 1 to 1 substitute for wheat flour will have undoubtedly saved me from baking mishaps in the future. Lists of grains I never knew existed.

  • Michele
    2019-03-20 04:31

    This book was my go to resource when I began to eat a gluten free diet. A lot of the information was not relevant to my situation but the rest was easy to understand. I was constantly using it as a reference until I knew exactly what I could and couldn't eat.

  • Sofia Malinowski
    2019-03-11 06:19

    This book is a must read if you are living on a gluten free diet, thinking about switching over or you know someone living on a gluten free diet.This is the most informative book I have read about gluten free living, and it is filled with great recipes.

  • Stef
    2019-02-25 11:09

    I would recommend this book to anyone that needs to be on the Gluten Free Lifestyle. It is very informative and has some recipes as well. I have read the book and bookmarked several pages. Very useful book. Read the month of August 2013 and use it as a reference book. :-)

  • Kandi
    2019-03-03 04:29

    Learned lots of interesting facts about gluten. Recipes, replacement ideas and signs of a gluten intolerance and celtic disease.

  • Stephanie
    2019-03-05 08:19

    Forgot to add this to the "read" category. It was a great book for learning about going gluten-free. I will keep this one on hand I think!