Publications

50% Off Complete Idiot’s Guide to Gluten-Free Eating

Special limited time offer while supplies last. 50% off remaining inventory of “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Gluten-Free Eating” ($8.50 plus $4.95 shipping). “This book was written to help you move as simply and easily as possible from a gluten-full to a gluten-free diet. It is chock full of all the basic information you need to get started on the ...

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Gluten-free Holiday Giveaway Galore Ends December 15th

Katie Chalmers, author and illustrator of the new children’s book, Mommy, What is Celiac Disease? is offering the “Gluten-Free Holiday Giveaway Galore x10!” to 10 lucky winners. You can enter to win 1 of 10 holiday gift bags loaded with gluten-free goodies and treats for children on the gluten-free diet by visting the sites of the 10 blogger chosen to ...

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So You Want to Start a Celiac Support Group?

I was diagnosed in 1996 when “celiac” and “gluten free” were still foreign words.  I remember the first conversation I had with a fellow Celiac.  I sat on the floor in my bedroom, confused and overwhelmed, listening to the kind voice on the other end of the telephone talking me through gluten free condiment options.  She introduced me to our ...

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A great informative Harvard Health Publication on gluten

Hey guys! I just found a great health email I think all those interested in the particulars of health and current research would be really interested in.  In particular, there is a great, informative and interesting article on the rise of gluten sensitivities and Celiac disease. You might have to sign up for the email newsletter to see it, but ...

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Be Healthier in 2010 with Celiac Disease Manual: Save $10.00 Until Jan 8th

Gluten Free Works Publishing is helping people with celiac disease kick off a healthier 2010 by offering a $10.00 discount on the highly recommended celiac disease manual, “Recognizing Celiac Disease,” now through January 8th. “Recognizing Celiac Disease” is the ready celiac reference that thousands of people are using to get well and stay healthy. “Recognizing Celiac Disease” lists over 300 ...

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Celiac Disease Physician Education Program Goes Nationwide

The Celiac Sprue Association – USA (CSA) recently ran the article below in Lifeline, CSA’s quarterly newsletter. The CSA-PEP refers to the CSA Celiac Disease and Gluten Sensitivity Physician Education Program. CSA-PEP Goes Nationwide: Buffalo Physician Praises PEP Thanks to CSA members, CSA-PEP is now available in many doctors’ offices across the United States. Mary Alice Kelly, MD, Buffalo, wrote ...

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WebMD reviews celebrity gluten-free diet book

It seems that almost everyone has on opinion about Elisabeth Hasselbeck’s book “The G Free Diet”. People tend to think one of two things about it. They think it’s great that a celebrity finally spoke out about having celiac disease since we desperately need the publicity. Or they feel that it’s extremely unfortunate that the book contains quite a bit ...

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Gluten Free Works Celiac Disease Article in Today’s Dietitian Magazine

John and Cleo Libonati, the publishers of Glutenfreeworks.com and the highly recommended celiac disease reference, Recognizing Celiac Disease, are proud to bring you “Understanding Celiac Disease,” the continuing education article in the June edition of Today’s Dietitian Magazine. Understanding Celiac Disease provides an overview of celiac disease with a concentration on the pathophysiology, symptoms, nutritional deficiencies responsible for gastrointestinal problems, ...

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University of Chicago Celiac Center Chooses “Recognizing Celiac Disease”

The University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center has chosen Recognizing Celiac Disease as the supplemental reading material for medical professionals who complete its Preceptorship Program. Dr. Stefano Guandalini, medical director of the center, recommends the book for both patients and healthcare providers. “The book is useful for prospective patients to determine whether their complaints are consistent with celiac disease. It ...

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