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This book is for sufferers of Celiac disease, sometimes referred to as gluten intolerance. Being diagnosed with this disorder is both a blessing and a curse. Find out how you can feel great by living "The Gluten Free Lifestyle."
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This book is for sufferers of Celiac disease, sometimes referred to as gluten intolerance. Being diagnosed with this disorder is both a blessing and a curse. The blessing is that you know why it is you have been feeling bad for so many years. The curse is that you have to significantly change your lifestyle and eating habits. There are some greater blessings not always seen right away. One of these is that you will feel better and in general be healthier because you will be more conscious of your food intake and diet.
The good news about Celiac disease is that it is not a death sentence, you do not have to undergo treatments, surgeries or have to take expensive prescriptions that can make you more sick than well. You just need to watch what you eat and make some adjustments......
A brief history of Celiac Disease (Gluten Intolerance)
What foods to avoid
How to eat out and not suffer
What vitamins to take
Which foods you need to add to feel great!
Table of Conents:
Chapter 1 - A breif overvew of Celiac Disease
Chapter 2 - I have a diagnosis, now what?
Chapter 3 - How to tell family and friends
Chapter 4 - Nutritional considerations
Chapter 5 - Herbal remedies
About the Author:
Dr John Peragine
John received his Bachelor’s Degree from Appalachian State in 1994 in the area of psychology. He worked for many years in the area of social work and mental health. In 1996, John was diagnosed with the genetic disorder Hemochromatosis. He began researching all types of remedies both conventional and alternative. This sparked his interest in alternative medical therapies, and in 1997 he enrolled in Clayton College of Natural Health located in Birmingham Alabama. In 1998, he graduated with honors and opened the Appalachian Center of Natural Health. He kept the clinic open and continued his studies.
He completed his PhD in natural health and became a naturopathic doctor; his dissertation was on alternative treatments for Hemochromatosis. He graduated with high honors. During his tenure at the Appalachian Center of Natural Health, John treated thousands of people with his techniques of complementary medicine in which he blended alternative and natural remedies with the patient's modern medicine regimens. John's belief is not that natural remedies should replace modern medicine, rather it should be used in tandem to heal the body, increase vitality, support the patient's immune system and the body's natural ability to heal itself.
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