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Are you among the millions with undiagnosed celiac disease or a gluten-related ailment? If you have unexplained depression, anemia, infertility, bone degenetation, liver disease, vitamin deficiency, or trouble with your balance, Real Life with Celiac Disease will help you consider whether you have undiagnosed celiac disease and need to go gluten free.
If you have been diagnosed with celiac disease Ot gluten sensitivity, Real Life with Celiac Disease could change your life. Find out:
- Why you are still having symptoms, even though you're eating gluten free
- Easy ways to adjust to a gluten-free lifestyle
- How to heal your gut with gluten-free fiber, vitamins, minerals, probiotics, and more
- Where to look fot hidden gluten and why cheating has setious consequences
- Whether you can eat oats and wheat starch and how to travel and dine out safely
- How to eat healthy if you ate a vegetarian, have diabetes, or want to lose weight
- Which family members need to be tested for celiac disease
- How celiac disease should be monitored by your health care team thtoughout life
The authors and more than 50 international experts share stories of patients who have celiac disease and gluten-related disorders. Find out the recommended treatments, the decisions and lifestyle changes made, and the outcomes. The broad, ptactical knowledge in this book will empower you and the people in your life to achieve the best possible health and well-being.
About the Authors:
Melinda Dennis, MS, RD, LDN, was diagnosed with celiac disease 20 years ago. She is the Nutrition Coordinator and a founding member of the Celiac Center at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts. Melinda lectures nationally and offers nutrition coaching, consulting, and wellness retreats through www.DeletetheWheat.com.
Daniel A. Leffler, MD, MS, is the Director of Clinical Research and also a founding member of the Celiac Center at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, Massachusetts. He sees patients, conducts research, and is on faculty at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Leffler has published numerous articles and chapters and speaks internationally on celiac disease.