We suggest you search on for “gluten-free cookbooks” or “gluten-free resources,” and many will pop up! -- Large site giving research articles, "forbidden" and "safe" lists of ingredients, lists of U.S. and international celiac groups and contacts, etc. 

THE GLUTEN-FREE BIBLE , by Jax Peters Lowell, (ISBN 0805077464). Pub. Henry Holt 2005. Since her Against the Grain was first published in 1995, Jax has been helping celiacs follow a GF diet with creativity, resourcefulness, and humor. This resource includes chapters covering the latest research into CD, and myths that have been debunked; how to eat out happily, including a short course in restaurant assertiveness training; how to eat in happily, including a discussion of online and mail order suppliers and negotiating the supermarket as a celiac; dozens of delicious new recipes, drugs, cosmetics and other products tested for celiac safety; and a thoroughly updated resource section, etc. More translated restaurant cards as well.

WHEAT-FREE, WORRY-FREE: THE ART OF HAPPY, HEALTHY GLUTEN-FREE LIVING, by Danna Korn, author of "Kids With Celiac Disease." This is a comprehensive guide to living a successful GF lifestyle, including information on traveling and eating out; talking with others about the diet; dealing with the many psychological and emotional implications; and practical suggestions for dealing with the lifestyle in an optimistic, yet realistic, manner.

THE GLUTEN FREE DIET: A COMPREHENSIVE RESOURCE GUIDE assists in coping in terms of the basics, shopping, attitude, restaurant eating, traveling, etc. The chapter of resources includes translated restaurant cards. U.S. and Canadian information. The author is Shelley Case, B.Sc.RD. EMail:; Phone: (306) 536-7716 Fax: (306) 751-1000. Web:

This not-for-profit cartoon-illustrated book is a combined effort between over 25 volunteers in the celiac community and Doctors Michelle Pietzak, M.D., Peter H.R. Green, M.D., Alessio Fasano, M.D., Cynthia Rudert, M.D. and Joseph Murray, M.D., who all volunteered their expertise.

GLUTEN FREE LIVING is a national magazine specifically dedicated to celiac disease and the gluten-free diet.  Go to Amazon. Gluten-Free Living has been consistently reliable over many years due to its policy of thorough research and professional writing and editing.

-- The "CELIAC DISEASE FOR DUMMIES" by Ian Blumer, MD, and Sheila Crowe, MD. (2010). A comprehensive look at Celiac Disease: Learn to identify the symptoms of CD, understand the possible causes, treat the disease through the gluten-free diet and appropriate nutrition, and look out for associated diseases and complications. For new celiacs and their families. Now free ebook download as PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or read book online for free.:

CELIAC DISEASE: A Hidden Epidemic by Peter Green, MD and Rory Jones (Collins Books, 2006, ISBN: 006076693-X; Hardcover, $22.95) As co-author Dr. Peter Green explains "celiac disease has been dubbed the 'great pretender.' Its symptoms can easily masquerade as a number of other illnesses...and it is those conditions that are often diagnosed instead of celiac disease. The one thing most patients have in common is a long road to diagnosis.” This resource is mainly for anyone with gluten intolerance, food sensitivities, a “nervous” stomach, or chronic fatigue. Information about Celiac Disease, at-risk conditions, and the gluten-free diet. Available on line and


REAL LIFE WITH CELIAC DISEASE: Troubleshooting and Thriving Gluten Free, edited by Melinda Dennis, RD and Daniel Leffler, MD.

GLUTEN FREEDOM by Alessio Fasano, MD, of the Center for Celiac Research



GLUTEN-FREE MADE SIMPLE by Carol Field Dahlstrom, Elizabeth Dahlstrom Burnley & Marcia Schultz Dahlstrom.

TRIUMPH DINING CARDS. Laminated cards in Thai, Indian, Mexican, American, Japanese, and Chinese, Vietnamese, French, Greek and Italian cuisines to help celiacs explain our diet to restaurant wait staff, especially noting ethnic dishes to avoid or include. Go to website at, or e-mail;. They also have a new GF Grocery Guide. You can also get packs of the same card, too. Write Triumph Dining, Attn. Kay Inamine, 201 South 18th St., Suite 2517, Philadelphia, PA 19103.

GLUTEN-FREE GROCERY SHOPPING GUIDES from Cecelia’s Marketplace. Gluten- Free, Gluten/Casein Free, and Gluten/Casein/Soy Free versions. Purse-size. Order at $24.95 plus shipping for each.

Free Travel Dining Cards in Arabic, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Italian, Korean, Latvian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, and Russian, on the web at Search under “Travel.” They were developed by Koeller & La France, authors of LET’S EAT OUT, another excellent resource for people with intolerances and/or allergies. <--


COOKBOOKS: Start with…

The Gluten-Free Gourmet; More From the Gluten-Free Gourmet; The Gluten-Free Gourmet Cooks Fast and Healthy -- Wheat Free with Less Fuss and Fat; The Gluten-Free Gourmet Bakes Bread; and The Gluten-Free Gourmet Makes Dessert.

Wheat-Free Recipes & Menus, Special Diet Solutions, Special Diet Celebrations, Gluten-Free 101, and 100 Best Gluten-Free Recipes GLUTEN-FREE



  • KIDS WITH CELIAC DISEASE by Danna Korn (A Family Guide to Raising Happy, Healthy, Gluten-Free Children), Woodbine Pub., $17.95 paperback, ISBN #890627-21-6, Amazing resource for families with many coping strategies for the real world..

  • INCREDIBLE EDIBLE GF FOOD FOR KIDS, by Sheri Sanderson. $18.95 for paperback, ISBN# 1-890627-28-3. Pub. by Woodbine.

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    Check out the only free drug information web site compiled by Steve Plogsted, who has a Ph.D. in pharmacology and runs the web site,





    Center for Celiac Research article by Alessio Fasano, MD et al. On "Current Approaches to Diagnosis and Treatment of Celiac Disease: An Evolving Spectrum." (Tip: You might have to print a PDF file as "Image" in order for Acrobat to print in appropriate language, rather than looking like in "boxes". Jyr)


  • Join the Celiac Listserv: Access resource files, ask questions, get answers from the celiac community. With access to the Internet, there is a celiac discussion (free) list available with capability of answering questions between the subscribers. The best part of the list is the body of peripheral data files that will be explained when you subscribe. Send a message to: containing this line:

  • SUBSCRIBE CELIAC (YourFirstName YourLastName). As a preview, go to to see the many resource files available.

    I suggest you subscribe in “Digest” form, rather than receive individual messages. Send a message to the server at and type the message “SET CELIAC DIGEST.” To send a message to the group, just use as the e-mail address.


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