Cereal Killers: Celiac Disease and Gluten-Free A to Z

By | September 24, 2018

Cereal Killers: Celiac Disease and Gluten-Free A to Z is the most diverse discussion of gluten sensitivity and celiac disease currently available in a single volume. Cereal Killers explores a wide range of sometimes contradictory perspectives on the various disease processes incited by gluten. These include the many illnesses and increased disease susceptibility to which gluten contributes, as well as ailments associated with gluten-induced illnesses. We also offer some speculations and hypotheses regarding the means by which gluten wreaks havoc on genetically vulnerable individuals, and important reasons why those affected should remain on a 100% gluten-free diet.

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3 Comments

Lady Justice on 09/24/2018 at 06:55.

Useful, thorough information. I got this book for my kids, who were recently diagnosed with celiac/gluten intolerance. This is a must-read book for anyone who needs to stick to a strict, wheat free/gluten free diet. If you have any doubt that you should avoid gluten — this book will convince you. Although I have not been diagnosed, I have decided to go on the same diet — and I feel MUCH better!Our grains have been contaminated — They are genetically modified, and so heavily sprayed with…

Yashi Hawk on 09/24/2018 at 07:18.

Interesting but lots of repetition Worth reading. Interesting tidbits of information; good to read all the various views and key points that appear to be common in many of the articles although it does make it rather repetitious in reading the whole book; all the medical terms can make it kind of confusing – some articles are easier to read than others for those of us who haven’t studied anatomy or medicine. I can tell you though, that for someone who does not actually feel the physical symptoms of what gluten is doing to my…

Anonymous on 09/24/2018 at 07:43.

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