Gluten Free Book Review: “Celiac Disease – A Hidden Epidemic” by Peter H.R. Green and Rory Jones
This book on Celiac Disease was so good, I thought I’d read it again whilst enjoying lunch on a ship bound for Tasmania! Dr. Green speaks of Inflammation. I feel this topic is very much an unknown major issue to most people, so rather than just going for a ‘Gluten-Free life and all will be well’ approach, I love the cold hard facts on how serious this condition is, and it reinforced my research so far.
“Celiac Disease – A Hidden Epidemic” by Peter H.R. Green and Rory Jones is a comprehensive and informative book that sheds light on the often overlooked and misunderstood condition of celiac disease.
The book is divided into three parts. The first part provides an introduction to celiac disease, including its history, symptoms, and diagnosis. The second part focuses on the treatment of celiac disease, including dietary changes, nutritional supplements, and medication options. The final part of the book covers related conditions, such as dermatitis herpetiformis and gluten ataxia, as well as tips for living with celiac disease.
Clear Writing Style
One of the strengths of this book is its clear and concise writing style, making complex medical concepts easy to understand for readers who may not have a background in medicine. Additionally, the authors provide numerous case studies and real-life examples, which add a personal touch to the information presented.
The book also provides practical advice for those who have been diagnosed with celiac disease or suspect they may have the condition. The authors offer guidance on how to navigate social situations where food may be a factor, such as dining out or attending parties.
Emphasis on Long-Term Effects
I love the emphasis on the long-term issues that suffering with Celiac Disease presents and also that Dr. Green speaks of Inflammation. I feel this topic is very much an unknown major issue to most people, so rather than just going for a ‘Gluten-Free life and all will be well’ approach, I love the cold hard facts on how serious this condition is, and it reinforced my research so far.
Even if you’re not diagnosed with Celiac, I couldn’t recommend this book more highly and feel that you will gain some valuable knowledge on inflammation and improve your overall health. Overall, “Celiac Disease – A Hidden Epidemic” is an excellent resource for anyone interested in learning more about celiac disease. Whether you have been diagnosed with the condition or simply want to learn more about it, this book provides a wealth of information that is both informative and accessible. I highly recommend it.
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