The First Year: Celiac Disease and Living Gluten-Free: An Essential Guide for the Newly Diagnosed

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Da Capo Press, Dec 2, 2008 - Health & Fitness - 304 pages
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A step-by-step guide to adjusting to life with celiac disease, including gluten-free recipes, for the 3 million Americans afflicted with this increasingly diagnosed condition.
 

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Contents

Day 1
1
How Do You Know If You Have Celiac Disease? 5
5
Day 2
9
The Importance of Being Tested 12
12
Day 3
17
How Can I Have a Disease I Have Never Heard Of? 25
25
Day 4
28
Youre in Control Susie Delaneys Story 32
32
A Blessing in Disguise Kathleen Barretts Story 129
129
Month 5
132
Discovering Youre Celiac after Pregnancy 135
135
Tanya Hanshews Story 136
136
Month 6
139
GlutenFree Recipes for a Crowd 143
143
HALFYEAR MILESTONE 159
159
Month 7
161

Day 5
35
My How Times Have Changed Barbara Hudsons Story 39
39
Day 6
43
The Essential Ingredient to Living GlutenFree 46
46
Day 7
50
FIRSTWEEK MILESTONE 71
71
Week 2
73
Week 3
80
Week 4
89
How Others Found Help and You Can Too 95
95
Sarah and Codys Story 98
98
FIRSTMONTH MILESTONE 101
101
Month 2
102
Sticky Situations 103
103
Susie Delaneys Story 106
106
Overcoming College Challenges 109
109
Chrissy Andrewss Story 110
110
Julianne Valles Story 112
112
Month 3
115
Dining Out AgainSafely and Enjoyably 118
118
Month 4
124
S Drews Story 127
127
Parenting a Child with Celiac Angie Dabbss Story 165
165
Month 8
170
GlutenFree Recipes Perfect for Kids and Parties 175
175
Month 9
183
Chrissy Andrewss Story 184
184
Favorite GlutenFree Holiday Recipes 186
186
Month 10
197
Baking and Breaking GlutenFree Bread 204
204
Month 11
212
Bonnie Syskos Story 214
214
Chrissy Andrewss Story 215
215
My Best Travel Tips Michele Wallicks Story 216
216
Month 12
224
Looking Back and Looking Forward 232
232
Annella McLaughlins Story 233
233
Glossary 237
237
Frequently Asked Questions 241
241
GlutenFree Baking QA 245
245
Celiac Support Groups around the Country 249
249
Acknowledgments 275
275
Index 277
277
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About the author (2008)

Jules E. D. Shepard is the author of a cookbook and a spokesperson for the University of Maryland’s Center for Celiac Research. She lives in Catonsville, Maryland.

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