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SUPPLEMENTARY CONTENT

The following books, cookbooks, newsletters, and Web sites offer additional information on celiac disease and living without gluten.

COOKBOOKS AND RESOURCE GUIDES
WHEAT-FREE, GLUTEN-FREE
200 Delicious Dishes to Make Eating a Pleasure
Michelle Berriedale-Johnson
Surrey Books
Chicago, 2002

GLUTEN-FREE DIET
A Comprehensive Resource Guide
Shelley Case
Case Nutrition Consulting
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada 2002
Purchase via the Internet at www.glutenfreediet.ca, by calling (306) 751-1000, or by writing to Case Nutrition Consulting, 1940 Angley Court, Regina, SK S4V 2V2, Canada. Gluten-Free Diet is also available from online booksellers such as www.amazon.com.

THE GLUTEN-FREE GOURMET
Living Well Without Wheat
Bette Hagman
Henry Holt and Company,
Owl Books
New York, 2000

THE GLUTEN-FREE GOURMET BAKES BREAD
Bette Hagman
Henry Holt and Company,
Owl Books
New York, 1999

THE GLUTEN-FREE GOURMET COOKS FAST AND HEALTHY
Bette Hagman
Henry Holt and Company,
Owl Books
New York, 2000

THE GLUTEN-FREE GOURMET MAKES DESSERT
Bette Hagman
Henry Holt and Company
New York, 2002

SPECIAL DIET SOLUTIONS
Healthy Cooking Without Wheat, Gluten, Dairy, Eggs, Yeast or Refined Sugar
Carol Fenster, PhD
Savory Palate, Inc.
Centennial, Colorado, 2001

WHEAT-FREE RECIPES AND MENUS
Delicious Dining Without Wheat or Gluten
Carol Fenster, PhD
Savory Palate, Inc.
Centennial, Colorado, 2000

AGAINST THE GRAIN
The Slightly Eccentric Guide to Living Well Without Gluten or Wheat
Jax Peters Lowell
Henry Holt and Company
New York, 1996

NEWSLETTERS AND INTERNET RESOURCES
CELIAC DISEASE FACT SHEET
National Digestive Diseases
Information Clearinghouse
2 Information Way
Bethesda, MD 20892-3570
www.niddk.nih.gov/health/digest/pubs/celiac/index.htm

CELIAC.COM
Celiac Disease and Gluten-Free Diet Information
www.celiac.com
Started by an individual with celiac disease, this Web site offers online information sheets, articles, and studies on celiac disease. The site also has a section for frequently asked questions and lists of safe and unsafe foods for people with celiac disease. For a subscription fee, visitors can have online access to a quarterly newsletter, Scott-Free Newsletter.

GLUTEN-FREE INFOWEB
www.glutenfreeinfo.com
The authors of this Web site maintain a list of food manufacturers who sell gluten-free products, including the date and content of manufacturers’ letters responding to consumer inquiries about products. An extensive list of brand-name, gluten-free products by food type is also available, as are an online bookstore and links to state and national celiac disease support groups.

GLUTEN-FREE LIVING
P.O. Box 105
Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 10706
(914) 969-2018
A subscription to this bimonthly newsletter for people with celiac disease is $34 a year or $54 for two years. Call to sign up.

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND CENTER FOR CELIAC RESEARCH
www.celiaccenter.org
The research center’s Web site offers fact sheets, scientific articles, and updates on celiac disease research. The group sponsors a yearly fund-raiser walk in locations nationwide and participates in an annual international symposium for celiac disease researchers. Site users can find information about participating in trials for celiac disease research in their area.

 

 

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