Gluten Free, Hassle Free
I joined the Gluten Summit offered by Dr.com this week. I am learning so much information, so I thought it would be fitting to write my review and post on “Gluten Free, Hassle Free by Marlisa Brown. I will be writing a post about my review on the summit next week after I have absorbed the information. Thankfully I have been taking notes to guide me through the process of gluten and what it does to the body.
What I liked the most about this book is her lists of foods that I can have while staying away from gluten. She gives practical advice on shopping, label reading, and even how to dine out in restaurants while living a gluten free life.
This is a valuable book to have just because of the lists of information. I didn’t realize that store bought salad dressing had wheat in it. I had to check it out for myself. I buy Bernsteins Cheesy Fantastico salad dressing because it is healthy in my mind. Turns out it has Malt, which is a form of wheat in its ingredients. I was surprised by this revelation. Reading labels is important. It is time consuming and it is a big hassle, but if you think about it so is getting sick.
I recommend this book doing Gluten free, because this handbook will guide you through the process.