Coping with Coeliac Disease

Coeliac disease is a digestive problem caused by gluten intolerance. More and more cases are being diagnosed, and doctors now recognise it as a very serious health problem. The symptoms include serious weight loss, pain, fatigue, and depression, and many people report enormous improvements as a result of following a gluten-free diet.

This handbook contains explanations of the causes and symptoms of coeliac disease, and sets out the diet, including some recipes. There is nutritional advice and special information for elderly sufferers.

Gluten-free and Easy

Gluten-free and Easy is a gluten-free recipe book from Good Housekeeping.

These recipes look great, taste delicious, and are easy to make! Good Housekeeping provide tried and tested gluten-free recipes for every occasion, be it an easy midweek meal or something special for the weekend.

The handy QR codes mean you can download any recipe to your phone or tablet, ready for the supermarket shop and rolling up your sleeves at home.

Packed with old favourites, tasty new ideas, time and money saving tips, up-to-date nutritional breakdowns including protein and fibre, and savvy advice throughout.

The Gluten-free Gourmet

A highly rated guide to enjoyable cookery for those with coeliac disease. There are more than 200 recipes in this impressive book, the result of fifteen years’ experimentation with a wide variety of gluten-free flours. Many recipes give milk substitutes as well.

The Good Gut Guide

The Good Gut Guide is an invaluable book for anyone with a bowel or digestive problem.

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