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Gluten Freedom by Alessio Fasano, MD. Published by Wiley, 2014. ISBN 1118423100. 327 pages. Hardcover.

Book Cover With celiac disease much more common among people with type 1 diabetes (about 10%) than the general population (about 1%), Gluten Freedom by Dr. Alessio Fasano, one of the world's leading experts on celiac, is the must-have book about celiac and the gut. With so much written today about gluten-free diets, it's a relief to have a scientifically based exploration of wheat, gluten, and its impact on the human body available. Throughout this comprehensive yet easy-to-read book, Dr. Fasano guides us through the origins of celiac, its discovery, its treatment today and potential therapies beyond a gluten-free diet in the future. He also includes many recipes to help you eat well on a gluten free diet. You'll also learn exactly what happens in the gut in people with and without celiac, and will develop a deeper respect for an often overlooked part of each of us. Highly Recommended for everyone, even if you do not have celiac.
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