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New books and a surprise

Eating Lightly – vegetarian and vegan recipes from MO Coalition for the Environment

Gluten Toxicity by Shelly Stuart, RN

Adam’s Gluten Free Surprise by Debbie Simpson – looks like a children’s book, but it’s educational!

Some great new books –

  • Eating Lightly – a collection of vegetarian and vegan recipes from friends of the Missouri Coalition for the Environment, including Free Range Cookies!  Lots of gluten free recipes. Pick up a copy in St. Louis or order online here.
  • Gluten Toxicity by Shelly Stuart, RN – comprehensive information about celiac disease and the numerous conditions associated with gluten intolerance.  Did you know that undiagnosed celiac disease can be a factor in heart and lung symptoms?  Learn about the many conditions associated with undiagnosed CD by downloading the e-book from her site.

‘We live in a world where the word “diet” is synonymous with “cheat a little”.  It’s difficult for many to understand that this is a diet that requires 100% adherence.’

Debbie’s book makes it easy to understand.  Win a copy of Adam’s Gluten Free Surprise and a box of gluten free treats!  Contest ends Monday, April 11th at midnight, so visit the Facebook page to enter now.

Edited to add: I can’t believe the winning answer has already been guessed.  Thanks to everyone who played!

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