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Resources on Celiac Disease and the Gluten-Free Diet

If you order using links to Amazon.com on this page, SACSG will receive a small percentage of the amount of your order at no cost to you. You can order anything from Amazon and contribute to our group, as long as you connect to Amazon.com via a link on this page. If you want to order something other than books, you may use this link to start at the Amazon home page.

CSA/USA (our parent organization) offers a wide variety of materials for those with celiac disease or gluten intolerance at their online store (http://www.csaceliacs.info/shop.jsp).

Books

Search

To search the Tucson-Pima Public Library or Amazon.com, use the links below.

The public library offers brief summaries along with reviews and the table of contents (look for the "Reviews and More" button at the top of the page). You can reserve books to have then held for you at your local branch. You can't beat the price.

Amazon also offers summaries and reviews of books (frequently extensive user contributed reviews). Books normally sell at a significant discount off the list price.

Book List

This is a very brief list of some of the best books on celiac disease and the gluten-free diet. For more comprehensive lists use the "search" links above.

For links to the Tucson Pima Public Library click the [TPPL] link.

To buy from Amazon click [Amazon].

Braly, James
Dangerous grains : why gluten cereal grains may be hazardous to your health / James Braly and Ron Hoggan
[Amazon]

Case, Shelley
Gluten-Free Diet : A Comprehensive Resource Guide
[Amazon]

Fasano, Alessio and Susie Flaherty
Gluten Freedom : The Nation's Leading Expert Offers the Essential Guide to a Healthy, Gluten-Free Lifestyle
[Amazon]

Green, Peter H. R.
Celiac Disease : A Hidden Epidemic by Peter H.R. Green, Rory Jones
[Amazon]

Hagman, Bette.
The gluten-free gourmet... (series)
[TPPL] [Amazon]

Korn, Danna.
Cooking Gluten-Free for Dummies by Danna Korn and Connie Sarros
[Amazon]

Korn, Danna.
Gluten-free kids : raising happy, healthy children with celiac disease, autism, and other conditions / Danna Korn
[TPPL] [Amazon]

Korn, Danna.
Living Gluten-Free For Dummies by Danna Korn
[TPPL] [Amazon]

Korn, Danna.
Wheat-Free, Worry-Free : The Art of Happy, Healthy Gluten-Free Living by Danna Korn
[Amazon]

Ries, LynnRae.
What? No Wheat? A Lighthearted Primer to Living the Gluten-Free Wheat-Free Life by LynnRae Ries
[Amazon]

Smith, Melissa Diane
Going Against The Grain : How Reducing And Avoiding Grains Can Revitalize Your Health / Melissa Diane Smith
[TPPL] [Amazon]

Smith, Melissa Diane
Gluten Free Throughout the Year : A Two-Year, Month-to-Month Guide for Healthy Eating / Melissa Diane Smith
[Amazon]

Magazines

Gluten Free Living Magazine
Learn what the GF diet is all about, decode mystery ingredients, understand celiac disease. Our well-researched articles have set the standard for accuracy in dietary information and guidance. Recommended by doctors and dieticians alike. $34/yr (4 issues) Subscribe 800-324-8781, PO Box 375, Maple Shade, NJ 08052, or www.glutenfreeliving.com.

Living Without's Gluten Free & More magazine
A lifestyle guide for people with Allergies and Food Sensitivities. Excellent articles (always at least one about CD), life stories, and wonderful recipes and tips that you will want to try. Beautiful color photographs, a top-notch magazine. $23/yr (6 issues) Subscribe 800-424-7887, PO Box 420235, Palm Coast FL 32142-0235, or www.livingwithout.com.

Web Links


Some of the best sources of information on celiac disease are available online. However, always evaluate the source of the information and be wary of excessive claims.

Medical

Drug Information

Organizations

Useful Links

Forums, Listservs, Discussion Groups


These all consist of discussion and information contributed from members. Some of them have extensive product lists and restaurant information. However, always remember that information may be dated and that usually anyone can post messages (although in most cases members will "police" each other). Usually you can view messages as a guest, but must join to post.


Celiac Support Groups

You can also check the CSA directory of local chapters and resource units for additional local support contacts.

See also...

For gluten-free reciepes online, see our recipe page.

For gluten-free dining information online, see our restaurant list and links to restaurant lists in nearby destinations.

Last modified on Friday, 19-Dec-2014 15:01:05 MST

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