Going Gluten-Free: 7 Surprising Facts You Should Know if You Want to Achieve Dietary Success

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Written for gluten-free dieters and their doctors, this condensed and easy-to-digest compilation of years of medical and nutritional research explains why people aren’t healing on the gluten-free diet as we know it, and offers solutions for modifying that diet so that the reader can begin to truly heal. More
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About Heather K. Jacobsen

Heather K. Jacobsen is a researcher, author and founder of the online wellness magazine, Stuffed Pepper. She is interested in how our modern diet is affecting chronic disease. She considers herself an "accidental nutritionist," having learned more about nutrition than she ever set out to do, after delving into the medical literature regarding gluten, grains, celiac disease and gluten sensitivity. For more information, visit stuffed-pepper.com and hkjacobsen.com

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Reviews of Going Gluten-Free: 7 Surprising Facts You Should Know if You Want to Achieve Dietary Success by Heather K. Jacobsen

jalknight reviewed on April 12, 2016

This book is a well-written resource for those interested in learning about the whys and hows of going gluten-free. It is succinct and easy to read, with seven basic facts that are drawn from extensive research and the author's personal experience. After outlining her advice, the author offers solutions to going gluten-free.
(reviewed 20 days after purchase)
Mrs.D reviewed on April 7, 2016

This is a wonderful source of remedy and hope to anyone with chronic heath problems. Well written and easy to understand, especially to those who are new to nutritional concepts such as disbiosis, glycemic index, cross reactivity and paleo, it is also well documented and researched. The author speaks from her extensive research as well as her own experience. She is not dogmatic in her pronouncements, but rather gently gives the reader dietary suggestions and options. There are links throughout the book to related articles and to her website "Stuffed Pepper" where she sells for a very nominal charge recipes and meal plans which follow the advice she gives.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)

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