What is Gluten Free Covering the A to Z of Gluten Free by Erica Drew

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What is Gluten Free is an easy to follow guide that will help you to understand the categories of gluten intolerance. The list of symptoms that are reported from people suffering from various forms of gluten intolerance is truly staggering. Another sad statistic is the amount of people that go undiagnosed from having one of the forms of the illness. What's more disheartening is that these people need only to go on a gluten free diet to virtually eliminate these nasty symptoms that are reeking havoc on their body systems.

After covering the basics of what it means to be gluten free, you'll learn what it really takes to live day to day with gluten sensitivity or with Celiac disease. We'll cover the many foods and products that contain gluten and of course what foods are gluten free. You may be surprised to find out about some of the options that are now available for gluten free cooking in the home, as well as when we're on the go.

With today's fast paced and often hectic schedule, many people simply don't have time to plan and cook gluten free meals everyday of the week. So when your on the go, you will learn how to find gluten free restaurants and when that isn't an option, you'll learn what to do when you don't have a gluten free menu. Traveling on vacation, or on holiday are covered too.

Many people think that living a gluten free lifestyle is a huge expense that will severely impact your budget. We've got two chapters devoted to this topic alone. Learn the tips and tricks to saving money when you go out to buy gluten free products. We'll also share a very unique way to save real dollars that will add up quickly, thus making living gluten free easier than you ever thought possible.

Other questions answered in 'What is Gluten Free' eBook...

Are there health benefits to living gluten free?
If I'm not gluten intolerant, is a gluten free diet bad for me?
What are the triggers that might cause a person to have Celiac disease or gluten sensitivity?
Why is Celiac disease or gluten intolerance often misdiagnosed?

This publication is a must read for anyone who is interested in maintaining good overall health and well being.
 

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Published November 8, 2012 by Erica Drew. 74 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Cooking. Non-fiction

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