Read itOct/Nov 2010 Issue

Living Without's Favorite Books: Easy Does It

Celiac Disease for Dummies

At last. A Dummies book about celiac disease. Introducing Celiac Disease for Dummies (John Wiley & Sons) by Ian Blumer, MD, and Sheila Crowe, MD. Like others in the Dummies series, this one is well organized and easy to read. It gives you a good understanding of this vastly under-diagnosed genetic autoimmune disorder. Written by medical experts, the book delves into the details—symptoms, possible triggers, diagnostic tests, nutrition, complications and associated conditions. We like the authors’ positive outlook: here’s how to live and thrive with celiac. If you’re looking for uncomplicated, solid information on every aspect of celiac disease, it’s all here.

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