A new diagnosis of Celiac Disease, Autism, or Gluten Intolerance often leaves patients confused about transitioning to a strict gluten-free diet. They generally need weeks to research their medical condition and learn to live safely within the bounds of a gluten-free diet. The Emergency Gluten-Free Guide offers a much needed bridge to fill the gap between the time of diagnosis when very little is known and a later time when reading and research has been thoroughly conducted. It is a quick-start tool which provides concise answers to the most commonly asked questions. This 4-page tool covers all of the key information needed to go gluten-free such as: * How to transition to a strict gluten-free diet immediately * An emergency quick start menu to get you through the first few days after your diagnosis * Where to find more in-depth information about a gluten-free lifestyle, gluten-free baking, and gluten-free eating * Suggestions for which gluten-free foods to buy first and resources for locating them * Suggestions for ordering in restaurants * A fast food cheat sheet to put in your car for easy selection of menu items when you're on the go * Foods to avoid * Comprehensive list of hidden sources of gluten on food labels * How to find a support group The Emergency Gluten-Free Guide is also an excellent resource for gluten-free consumers who are looking for more in-depth answers to questions such as "Where can I buy gluten-free foods?", "How do I interpret food labels?", and "Where can I learn more?". If you or a family member have been newly diagnosed with Celiac Disease or Gluten Intolerance this 4-page, gluten-free start-up guide is an absolute must-have.
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