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Posted May 3, 2005
Too Lax Jax
This book presents the information with a great attitude, unfortunately the information is all wrong and plain old dangerous to anyone new to the disease. Jax needs to get serious and pay attention to the finer points of a gluten free diet. Corss contamination is a worry to anyone living gluten free and it should be to Jax too.
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Posted November 9, 2012
Terrible! My sister was recently diagnosed with Celiac Disease
Terrible! My sister was recently diagnosed with Celiac Disease and there is a strong chance that I may have it as well. I wanted to read about it to learn more and was told that this book was a great place to start. Unfortunately, I found the book to be poorly written and with the most bizarre suggestions; how to write your family a Christmas letter, informing them of the diagnosis. Come on! There are other instances that I felt it was just a little over the top and was not realistic to everyday life.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Since finishing this book, I began reading Elizabeth Hasselbeck's book, The G-Free diet and have found it to be much more informative and much better written. Ms. Hasselbeck's book gets right to the point giving you the information that you really need to understand this disease.