The G-Free Diet: A Gluten-Free Survival Guide [NOOK Book]

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For years, Elisabeth Hasselbeck couldn't figure out what was making her sick. She asked doctors and consulted nutritionists, but no one seemed to have any answers. It wasn't until spending time in the Australian Outback, living off the land on the grueling Survivor TV show, that, ironically, her symptoms vanished. Returning home, she pinpointed the food that made her sick -- gluten, the binding element in wheat. By simply eliminating it from her diet, she was able to enjoy a completely normal, healthy life. But ...
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Overview

For years, Elisabeth Hasselbeck couldn't figure out what was making her sick. She asked doctors and consulted nutritionists, but no one seemed to have any answers. It wasn't until spending time in the Australian Outback, living off the land on the grueling Survivor TV show, that, ironically, her symptoms vanished. Returning home, she pinpointed the food that made her sick -- gluten, the binding element in wheat. By simply eliminating it from her diet, she was able to enjoy a completely normal, healthy life. But that wasn't all. Hasselbeck discovered the myriad benefits that anyone can enjoy from a gluten-free diet: from weight loss and increased energy to even the alleviation of the conditions of autism.

In this all-inclusive book, Hasselbeck shares her hard-earned wisdom on living life without gluten and loving it. She gives you everything you need to know to start living a gluten-free life, from defining gluten - where to find it, how to read food labels - to targeting gluten-free products, creating G-Free shopping lists, sharing recipes, and managing G-Free living with family and friends.
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Most of us don't need the cover prompt to know that Elisabeth Hasselbeck is a co-host of The View. Hasselbeck, however, learned something else about herself much less easily. It was not until she returned from the harsh rigors of the Australian Outback Survivor that she realized one thing was missing: Her digestive tract problems. It was only then that Elisabeth discovered that she suffered from gluten sensitivity. In The G-Free Diet, her first book, she shares what she has learned about this surprisingly prevalent condition and, even important, the steps that you too can take to maintain a healthy, happy gluten-free diet.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781599952741
  • Publisher: Center Street
  • Publication date: 5/4/2009
  • Sold by: Hachette Digital, Inc.
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 64,455
  • File size: 500 KB

Meet the Author

Hasselbeck was formerly known to television audiences as a participant on the wildly popular second edition of Survivor: The Australian Outback. Since taking her coveted seat on The View in 2003 she has been the focus of major magazine covers and articles including USA Weekend, Curious Parents, People, TV Guide, Fitness, Glamour, Us Weekly, Life, Pregnancy and ePregnancy. She has filled in on the FOX News Channel's Fox and Friends, and has been a guest on Hannity and Colmes, Larry King Live, The Martha Stewart Show, The Late Show with David Letterman, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Good Morning America.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments IX

Foreword Peter Green XIII

Part I I'm Allergic to What???

1 My G-Free Journey 3

2 What is Celiac Disease? 12

3 Conditions Associated With, and Complicated by, Celiac Disease 23

4 Gluten: Know Thine Enemy 33

5 Your G-Free Road Map 51

Part II Going G-Free

6 What's Mine is Yours (Well, Sort of!): The (Modified) G-Free Kitchen 63

7 So What Can I Eat? G-Free Grocery Shopping 70

8 G-Free Home Cooking 95

9 How Not to Be a Party Pooper 110

10 Out on the Town 122

11 Traveling G-Free 138

12 G-Free Kids 145

13 Throw Me a Bagel! Living With Someone Who is G-Free 160

14 Gorgeously G-Free: (Yes, It's Still Possible to Get Your Lip Gloss!) 169

Part III More Great Reasons to Give up Gluten

15 G-Free and Slim as Can Be! 183

16 The Autism Connection 199

Conclusion 207

Appendix: Resources 213

Index 223

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  • Posted May 10, 2009

    Irresponsible Load of Rubbish - Celiac Foundation has Issued a Warning!

    What a load of rubbish!

    After reading the book and watching Ms. Hasselbeck heavily promote the book on various television shows, I find myself asking: does Ms. Hasselbeck even have Celiac or is Celiac a disguise for some eating disorder? If Celiac is largely hereditary, how come no one else in Ms. Hasselbeck's family (father, mother, grandparents, sibling) have the disease?

    Ms. Hasselbeck's claims that the "g-free diet" she has published is good for weightloss as well as persons suffering from Celiac (and kids with autism among others) is irresponsible and only a means for her to expand the market and sell more books. The fact is, most persons truly suffering from Celiac gain weight when they go on to a gluten-free diet because their body is finally able to absorb and retain nutrients.

    A few other observations and concerns I have: much of the book seems to be cut and paste of existing sources, etc. (why would you pay for this when you can collect some 90% of the same information on a google search)? And how come Dr. Green - who apparently co-authored the book - has not appeared with Ms. Hasselbeck in any of the interviews or other promotions she has done to launch the book?

    Bottom line: the book, the personal story told by Ms. Hasselbeck and the information provided is just not credible. At worst the book is very misleading and dangerous.

    As you can see at Barnes & Noble, there are many, many books on Celiac disease, living with Celiac, and gluten-free eating and recipes. Look for a book by a credible medical expert not attached to a celebrity whose claim to fame is appearing on a reality television show. Ms. Hasselbeck is only trying to line her pockets with more money. Doing so off the back of a very serious illness is really disturbing.

    UPDATE: WARNING ABOUT DANGERS OF E. HASSELBECK BOOK FROM CELIAC FOUNDATION

    The very organisation that should be supporting Elisabeth Hasselbeck's book has issued a stern and urgent warning to let the public know the book is full of inaccuracies and the information is dangerous. The Celiac Foundation is also disturbed that Miss Hasselbeck is trivialising Celiac disease and promoting the Celiac diet as a weight-loss method.

    PRESS RELEASE FROM ELAINE MONARCH, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE CELIAC FOUNDATION:

    "I am writing to call your attention to the current publicity surrounding the new book, The G-free Diet, A Gluten-Free Survival Guide by Elisabeth Hassselbeck, co-host of The View. While it is important to call attention to celiac disease, the information must be accurate - the inaccuracies in this book are potentially dangerous and detrimental to celiacs and to those yet to be diagnosed if people self diagnose and start eating GF. Our mission is to assist in getting people accurately diagnosed and the message in this book could defeat this mission. It appears that this book is being marketed as a fitness diet - eat g-free and feel so much better. Celiac is incorrectly referred to as an allergy not an autoimmune disease.

    The GF diet is the medically mediated prescription that controls the condition for a diagnosed celiac. Several items in the book are misleading and inaccurate and place further limitations on the GF diet. The gluten-free lifestyle is a lifelong commitment for the diagnosed celiac, not an option, not a fad diet - adhering to the GF lifestyle requires patience and persistence. This lifestyle can not be trivialized."

    44 out of 59 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 19, 2009

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    Not the best book on the subject

    I am newly diagnosed as being gluten intolerant. Ms. Hasselbeck's book, a very easy read, was the first I read in beginning my research into living gluten-free. I was encouraged by her optimistic and positive attitude, though about half way through the book her "cheerleader" tone started to wear on me.

    In further research in other sources, I have found that some of Ms. Hasselbeck's information, such as foods that she considers too dangerous to eat even though the rest of the gluten-free community has determined they are safe, to be a little overly restrictive. I would hate to think of someone who is struggling to adjust to living without gluten bearing the burden of additional unnecessary restrictions because of this book.

    Read this book if you like, but please do additional research before making hard and fast decisions as to your diet.

    28 out of 29 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 27, 2009

    disapointing read

    The book is very repetitive...same information explained over and over again.

    It was a boring read...and I am really interested in the topic being gluten sensitive myself...but the book did not give me any new information, and it was so repetitive.

    16 out of 22 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 10, 2009

    Somewhat smooth but too many sticky points make it hard to digest

    As a health counselor whose nutritional counseling practice is heavily focused on helping people with gluten allergies phase gluten out of their diet to regain their health, I wasn't expecting to learn much from this book. I'm well versed in gluten-free living from helping my clients and living gluten-free myself.

    But I was hoping it would shed more thorough light to the public on how gluten can wreak havoc on one's health - even if one isn't celiac. It's called a Gluten-Free Survivial Guide - not a book solely for Celiacs. And, most people would benefit from being low or gluten-free.

    Unfortunately, this book didn't accomplished that. If anything, I walked away feeling like someone reading this new to a celiac diagnosis or hoping to improve or even reverse their asthma, inflammation levels, cholesterol, skin problems, diabetes, IBS, acid reflux, exhaustion, anxiety attacks and depression (all which can be done by going gluten-free and changing over to a whole foods diet) would feel overwhelmed and afraid of eating forever.

    I understand Elisabeth has no nutritional background beyond her own experience, but she has access to some of the most progressive health professionals in the world. She could have brought in more research on the incredible benefits of a gluten-free diet and a clear cut process
    for removing gluten from the diet.

    Many people who have dieted all their life or are emotional eaters (which is the other majority in my practice) will at first, cling to this "deprivation" but in the end, binge on these gluten-foods. This is very dangerous territory and can send people who have a fragile relationship with food off the deep end. Professional help is needed during this transition if you don't want to go insane in the process. I wish Elisabeth would have at least stressed this in the book so that people who already feel like failures with food, wouldn't set themselves up for more heartache.

    I also found some of the information in this book to be inaccurate. For example, there are brands of brown rice syrup that are gluten-free. And one doesn't need to avoid all dairy substitutes. Certain almond milk brands are gluten-free and can be helpful in restoring your health as dairy is very hard to digest. Also, oats are naturally gluten-free and at one point in the book, she mentions they contain gluten.

    There are some helpful things but overall, wait for the paperback and try books like UltaMetabolism by Dr. Mark Hyman. Great research, info and recipes there. Ali Shapiro, CHC, AADP, www.alishapiro.com

    14 out of 15 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 27, 2009

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    Gluten Free Diet

    Though not a big fan of Elisabeth Hasselbeck I do value her personal experience with celiac disease, so I thought The G Free Diet would be a good read and I wasn't disappointed. I was surprised at the number of people who suffer from celiac, also that you can be sensitive to gluten without actually having the disease. The effort that is needed to be successful with the lifestyle changes is remarkable but with information from books like Elisabeth's and the support of the numerous organizations that are available, along with a good nutrionist, these changes will become routine and certainly worth the effect to avoid the damage that is otherwise done to the small intestine. With a detailed appendix and index, I found the G Free Diet to be a fairly complete introduction to celiac. I would definitely give Elisabeth's book 5 stars.

    12 out of 15 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 4, 2009

    BEST G-FREE BOOK OUT THERE

    Elisabeth Hassleback knows what she is talking about and it works. It is great for anyone with that disease or just wants to be on a G-free diet...It is a must for anyone who is trying to get Gluten free food....Plus anyone who is interested in this kind of diet....people who are researchers and anyone thats wants a good diet book!

    8 out of 13 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 26, 2010

    Great Resource for Newly Diagnosed patients

    Despite whatever your feelings for Elisabeth Hasselbeck might be, this book is an excellent resource for any newly diagnosed Celiac patient and their families. I was recently diagnosed with a severe gluten intollerance, and was daunted by the thought of eliminating all starchy products from my diet. While I knew that pasta, bread, pastries, etc would have to become a thing of the past, I had no idea the numerous other places which gluten hid in my diet! I was baffled as to why my symptoms were not drastically improving, but thanks to this book discovered that I was actually still consuming gluten, labelled under alternate names. As an otherwise healthy 25 year old, this transition has been tough. But this book has been a great resource for both me and my husband, as we work to better understand the disease, and how it will affect our lives. These changes are not impossible, but Elisabeth's casual advise on what to avoid and how to handle otherwise awkward situations, has really helped make the process easier. I would definitely recommend the book!

    6 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 15, 2009

    THIS BOOK IS AWESOME AND ACCURATE!!!!!!

    Ms. Hasselbeck knows what she's talking about!!!!!!!! Trust me! I was also self diagnosed. It was later confirmed. If you are sick and cannot figure out the cause PLEASE get tested and read this book. I gained weight with this disease NOT lost weight! If you are having a problem get tested and discuss the G-free diet with your doctor~!

    6 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 5, 2010

    Searching for Answers...the Doctors Don't Have!

    My daughter has been extremely ill ever since her baby was born 1 1/2 years ago. Her stomach is always upset. After going through allergy tests, gall bladder surgery, a colonoscopy, endoscopy, 25 biopsies, and dealing with several doctors, she was at her wit's end. I heard about Elizabeth Hasselbeck's new book, The G-Free Diet, and decided to send it to her sight unseen. As soon as she read the first few pages, she called me and said she could totally relate to Elizabeth. She was able to try a few of her suggestions, record what she ate, track the items that seemed to make her sick, and modify her diet so she was able to function. Prior to reading this book, she couldn't go anywhere without living in fear that she wouldn't make it to the bathroom on time. This book has really helped her, so I'm very grateful that I heard about it. I appreciate the ease of ordering the book online so I could send it out of state and get it to her in a timely manner. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

    5 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 13, 2010

    It was very informative with good information and research.

    Good tips on gluten-free brands. It would have been helpful to have sample menus and more recipes.

    5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 14, 2009

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    Good

    This is a book that you will find interesting and helpful - who knows, you may have this as the author did - it took her 10 years to find out what was wrong with her!

    5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2010

    Bought as a gift for daughter

    We bought this book for our adult daughter who has discovered she has gluten intolerance. She has learned so much from reading the book and is really appreciative of all the information that Elisabeth Hasselbeck did for this book!

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 20, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    G-Free Diet

    After seeing Elisabeth on a TV talk show, I learned about Celiac. Thank you, Elisabeth. After 19-years of pain, bloating, diarrhea, etc., I have 'finally' had a normal day! I was unable to leave my house without knowing where the next bathroom was. Gas expelled with every step I took and the pain was unbearable. This book gave me the start I needed to 'fix' myself. I, also, had to diagnose myself and take my findings to my GI doctor. He was not very educated on the topic and said, "Why didn't we think of this before?"

    This book was my 'lifesafer.' It's a very challenging way to live, but it surely beats the alternative. Elisabeth gave me the starting point so that I could change my life. I am a totally different person since I eliminated wheat/gluten from my diet. I can now go places without wondering if I am offending anyone. (Gas is terrible!) Thank you, Thank you!

    4 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 16, 2010

    EBook is incomplete

    I was extremely disappointed with this EBook, Mrs. Hasselbeck refers to later pages that were not included in my download and now I have to get the actual book to get all of the information. It is truly frustrating to think you are getting the whole book and to be cheated. Instead I would recommend the paper version as there is some good information and it is a good way to get jump started on a gluten-free diet.

    4 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 14, 2010

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    Wrong information

    As a registered dietitian whose counseling practice is heavily focused on helping people with gluten allergies, intolerances, and celiacs, i wanted to know if I can recommend this book to my patients. Unfortunately, this book didn't accomplished that.

    Elisabeth has no nutritional background beyond her own experience, but she has access to some of the most progressive health professionals in the world. She could have brought in more research on the incredible benefits of a gluten-free diet, or at least a low-gluten diet. But, there was no clear cut process for removing gluten from the diet.

    I also found some of the information in this book to be inaccurate. For example, for e.g. oats are naturally gluten-free and at one point in the book, she mentions they contain gluten. They are contaminated, inconsistencies can be confusing. And, the book is poorly written.

    4 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 12, 2009

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    10 STAR BOOK!!

    I would give this book 10 stars! It is wonderful and is a life-saver for me.I have bad reactions to gluten and have been told by allergist and doctors but did not take it too seriously.After reading Elizabeth's book I got real serious about it.I had gall bladder surgery few years ago and didn't feel too much better afterwards..three weeks after I started the g-free diet I felt like a different person with a new lease on life.I have much more energy,my muscles are not as sore,I sleep much better,back problems are almost gone (my chiropractor is amazed!)But mostly I am not bloated anymore and can eat without getting so very uncomfortable or sick.I can eat at restaurants without getting painfully uncomfortable or even sick.
    Elizabeth said there will be one thing that will bring you back to this book and diet if you go off it.She was right.I was determined NOT to go thru life being bloated and feeling so uncomfortable so now I am on the diet for life.Not so bad after getting used to it.The education I got from reading her book tells me that I am prolonging my life in a healthy way and might have even saved it.Many restaurants have gluten free menu's.Just ask or check her book.Many stores have gluten free sections.It is worth every penny to me.
    I am so so grateful to Elizabeth for making this information available.Her books are always sold out in the Dallas area.I have given them as gifts and have loaned mine out many times.Family and friends are grateful for this helpful infomation.
    I thank Elizabeth almost every day for this easy read and very valuable information.
    dallasgirl

    3 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 5, 2009

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    A good place to begin...

    Most likely you've seen Elisabeth Hasselbeck as one of the co hosts on the television show The View. She was also on the reality TV show Survivor. And that's where things clicked for her. For years she had suffered debilitating stomach, digestive and bowel problems. With only rice to eat on the show, she felt great. Coming back to 'civilization' and resuming eating bread, she finally made the connection.

    The G-Free Diet is an all encompassing handbook, for those with celiac disease, with gluten intolerance, for those who live with them and for those who want to 'clean up' their diet.

    Gluten intolerance/celiac disease has an astonishing amount of symptoms and is associated with a wide ranging number of conditions. Among them are osteoporosis, reproductive issues, malnutrition, autoimmune diseases such as fibromyalgia, and many many more.

    Elisabeth's book is subtitled a gluten free survival guide and it is just that. Covering everything from diagnosis, definitions, to living with this condition and many tips she has learned in her own journey.

    I was surprised to find that gluten is found in many health and beauty products such as shampoos and lip gloss.

    The G-Free Diet covers social aspects - dining out at restaurants, with friends and family and travelling. Did you know that IPhone has a gluten free restaurant application? What if you have a child with this condition? Keeping a gluten free kitchen, reading labels and shopping.

    There are fantastic resource lists included. Definitions of all the ways and places gluten can be found and listed. Lists of 'safe' foods, online resources and information and other books for further reading.

    After reading this I have a new respect for someone living with this condition. And I think I might just investigate some of the other grains listed that are gluten free. Many people are choosing to eat this way for an energy boost, weight loss and feeling healthier. Something to consider....

    3 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 28, 2009

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    Celiac Disease

    Written in an easy-to-read style, this book no doubt will be a great help to many who have frequent stomach pains and other strange symptoms. It could be an inherited predisposition to certain foods, and trigger a condition known as Celiac disease. Celiac disease is an autoimmune disease. In addition, there's a link of gluten to autism.

    I've heard about the evils of gluten, but I've never investigated it. I was surprised to discover how pervasive it is in everyday food--even some vinegars!

    Included are recipes, along with tips on organizing a kitchen, shopping, parties, and restaurants. This will prove to be a handy reference tool.

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 27, 2009

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    Thank you...

    This book has really helped me. I have been diagnosed with Celiac's disease very recently. It was a shock to me because I have never heard of this. My mother is gluten intolerant, but no one else in my family has this disease. I have had blood tests, and an endoscopy and both proved this is what I have. Mrs. Hasselbeck has given me excellent advice on how to deal with this lifestyle. Now my entire family will be living a gluten free life.

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 29, 2009

    I Also Recommend:

    The G-Free Diet

    It is not an allergy! Gluten is toxic to a person with Celiac disease. I think that in order to make the book 'marketable' some of the pertinate facts were not carefully researched.
    There are good recipes included in the book.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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