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From the Publisher"Explains comprehensively, elegantly, and simply how certain foods can cause problems for some people and how identifying and eliminating the culprit(s) can transform their lives . . . should be compulsory reading."
"If you have a chronic, undiagnosed health problem, this book may have an explanation for your complaints"
"It is nearly twenty years since the first edition of this book was published—and, like good wine, it has just grown in depth and complexity over the years. It really does remain the most complete guide to the subject. What is so impressive about Professor Brostoff and Linda Gamlin is how they combine an encyclopaedic knowledge of the subject with total accessibility."
"The authors give a very informative, detailed explanation of how food allergies occur, and the allergic process itself."
"This book is a must for any clinical nutritionist or consumer interested in the subject of food allergies."
"What makes this one of the best books of its kind that I have ever read (and I've read many books on food and health) is the wealth of information presented, the crystal clear writing, and the frank expression of the controversy surrounding how foods might cause disease."
"They provide clear explanations of the causes of, and differences between, food allergy and food intolerance, and offer numerous case studies."
"Detailed and thorough."