Is Gluten Making Me Ill?: Reduce Or Reverse the Symptoms of Gluten Sensitivity in Just 14 Days

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Rodale, 2007 - Celiac disease - 304 pages
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Gluten is a protein contained in many common grains, including wheat. While some people can easily digest gluten, there are many who suffer from gluten sensitivity, a condition that contributes to numerous health problems, including weight gain, fatigue and joint pain. Despite these common symptoms, many people don’t realise they are sensitive to gluten and continue to eat foods that harm their health.

Shari Lieberman, who has worked as a nutritionist for more than 20 years, has found that gluten sensitivity is responsible for many of the troubling symptoms experienced by her patients. In Is Gluten Making Me Ill? she shares her expert advice on how reducing or eliminating the gluten in your diet can improve your health and wellbeing. The book enables readers to assess their risk for gluten sensitivity and offers a 14-day eating plan to help them on the path to health and vitality, as well as guidance on nutritional supplements that will help support a gluten-free diet.

Practical and full of helpful, authoritative advice on eating healthily, this book will help you feel great and stay well.

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About the author (2007)

Shari Lieberman is a clinical nutritionist and an expert in identifying and treating gluten sensitivity. She is the author of several books, including the bestselling Real Vitamin and Mineral Book, and is a frequent speaker at medical and scientific conferences.

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