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Publication Date: 18 Sep 1997
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Sheldon Press
Page Count: 114
Author: Karen Brody
ISBN-13: 9780859697682

Coping with Coeliac Disease

By Karen Brody
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Coeliac disease is a digestive problem caused by gluten intolerance. More and more cases are being diagnosed, and doctors now recognize it as a very serious health problem. The symptoms include serious weight loss, pain, fatigue and depression, and many people report enormous improvements as a result of following a gluten-free diet. This handbook contains explanations of the causes and symptoms of coeliac disease, and sets out the diet, including some recipes. There is nutritional advice and special information for elderly sufferers.
About the Author
Karen Brody is a freelance writer who writes mostly on health issues. She has been a student at the Natural Gourmet Cookery School in New York, where she studied the relationship between food and healing and how to cook for special diets.

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