Book Review: The Gluten-Free Revolution by Jax Peters Lowell

The Gluten-Free Revolution: Absolutely Everything You Need to Know about Losing the Wheat, Reclaiming Your Health, and Eating Happily Ever After, by Jax Peters Lowell

The groundbreaking twentieth-anniversary edition of the book that started a revolution from the author who fired the first shot. The ultimate and indispensable guide to living — whether by choice or by diagnosis — your best and healthiest life without gluten

 With a keen intellect, a bone-deep humor, her trademark gift for storytelling, and the help of the best medical experts in their fields, Jax Peters Lowell separates truth from trend and provides the essential road map to pleasures, pitfalls, complications, and practicalities of what it means to be gluten-free today. Employing the latest research on celiac disease, non-celiac gluten sensitivity, and associated conditions and offering practical advice on shopping, cooking, entertaining, traveling, college, dating, raising healthy kids, and compatibility with other diets, she leaves no dots unconnected. She tackles tough issues such as processed food, GMOs, pesticides, antibiotics, hormones, and the impact of the epidemic of food allergies and, with extraordinary recipes from superstar chefs, makes a compelling and delicious case for taking the healthier and more conscious path. With its enormous breadth and scope, impeccable research, and surprising heart, The Gluten-Free Revolution is the definitive resource, a must-have for every gluten-free library.

pub date: 2015-02-03 | Paperback | 9780805099539

This guide is truly informative that covers all the bases when it comes to food, and instruction.  This book has the answer to every question you might have when it comes to the gluten-free world.  It’s written for all; for those with gluten intolerance, overlapping conditions, and those choosing a gluten-free lifestyle.  Jax is very witty and funny, and her vast knowledge of the gluten-free life is apparent.

This book will empower you, and provide you with the knowledge required to make sound decisions about celiac and gluten intolerances.  A definite read!

FSB Media has provided me with a complimentary copy of this book or advanced reading copy  in exchange for my review.  I have not been financially compensated.  A positive review is not required.  Opinions expressed (if any) are my own, and are given freely.

3 thoughts on “Book Review: The Gluten-Free Revolution by Jax Peters Lowell

  1. I don’t have a gluten intolerance, but do notice when I cut the gluten out I don’t feel as bloated after a meal. Sounds like a great book for those looking to eat less gluten and know more about its’ effects. Great review!

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