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ebook / ISBN-13: 9781529346848

Price: £10.99

ON SALE: 20th August 2020

Genre: Health & Personal Development

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‘A must-have for sufferers, medics, caterers and restaurant staff’ – Ian Marber

This authoritative, accessible and supportive book will help you to find out if you or child need to avoid gluten, and how to set about getting a diagnosis. If you do need to avoid gluten – or if you already know you or a family member are coeliac – it will help you to understand labelling, to shop safely (and affordably), to eat out without fear, and to make the best healthy, gluten-free choices for your diet. There is plenty of psychological and emotional support, and insight into managing everyday challenges, from safe travel to personal care and other non-food exposures. The book also gives some insight into the latest research into coeliac disease, and possible future developments for managing the condition, giving continued hope that the newest, groundbreaking therapies may transform the lives of coeliacs ten years hence.

Practical, readable and with a Foreword by Coeliac UK, this book is indispensable for anyone seeking the very latest information and advice on how to live the best possible gluten-free life.


"Coeliac disease represents a confusing journey for so many people, and this book provides an accurate and supportive guide to help clear away the fog along the way."
Dr Chris Steele
"This compact book packs a wealth of information ... I have read dozens of books about celiac disease but learned so much in Gazzola's overview of the discovery of the cause ... one of the go-to books for those with the disease ..."
Linda Hughes, Celebrate Gluten-Free
"This book will help those anxious about the condition to understand more about it. Chapters on symptoms, diagnosis and testing are followed by practical advice on managing the disease, including the emotional and psychological effects - an area too often overlooked."
Sarah Stacey, You Magazine
"... a fantastic support for those with a diagnosis... provides much more than 'just the basics' of the condition and will give comfort and reassurance to those bewildered by recent diagnosis... an excellent book."
Ursula Arens, Network Health Dietitians
"... well-written... factually accurate... easy to read... The contents are well selected and up to date... a useful addition to the bookshelf of anyone with coeliac disease, particularly the newly diagnosed."
Tanya Thomas, RD, Dietetics Today
"There is a huge amount of information packed into this slim little volume... a must-read bible of a book"
Ruth Holroyd, What Allergy?
"The most informative book on coeliac disease I have ever read - all coeliacs should have a copy."
John Burke, GFLiving.com
"I recommend this book to anyone who is newly diagnosed with coeliac to deal with the transition to a gluten-free life as well as those who've been living with coeliac disease for some time and would like a refresher."
Sian Drew, AKA Gluten-Free Mrs D