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An Unlikely Foe: Celiac Disease Exposed

Lyons, Nancy J

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ISBN 10: 0976213400 / ISBN 13: 9780976213406
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Title: An Unlikely Foe: Celiac Disease Exposed

Publisher: Cotter-Lyons Publications

Binding: Hardcover

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The Gluten-Effect: Learn what is happening within your body if you are sensitive to "gluten" and eat a wheat, rye, and barley based diet. The effect is far more than a bloated belly. Hidden activation of your immune system occurs. Such activity can actually be observed in the small intestine; this is celiac disease. Evidence suggests other areas within the body are susceptable to gluten-induced effects too. That is why the elimination of dietary wheat, rye, and barley can be a miracle cure for so many chronic ailments, for example, chronic fatigue. This book is written for the general audience: It is a novel treatise about celiac disease. Moreover, it was selected as an award-winning Finalist in the "Best Books 2006" Book Awards sponsored by in the Health/General category. Still totally relevant today, this book also provides a framework which to assimilate newer research findings. In fact, this book is needed now more than ever. A real lack of understanding of what eating "gluten" can do prevails even as the gluten-free lifestyle is more common today, yet hyped as a fad by the media. Part I describes the basics of celiac disease. Part II delves into the scientific basis of celiac disease outlining a plausible mechanism. Part III is the author's novel perspective of celiac disease and includes noteworthy observations not found on the record. Celiac disease is an anomaly and part of an overall immune-activated response to the common dietary grains wheat, rye and barley. Millions in America may unknowingly be affected by gluten. THIS BOOK CAN: change lives and provides concise credible information that can only be obtained firsthand and by studying the original medical research. AUTHOR, Dr. Nancy J Lyons has a doctorate in Physical Chemistry. She has studied celiac disease independently for nearly 20 years.

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