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The definitive guide to coping with wheat allergy and celiac disease....the author has left no resource untapped. (Science News)
Lowell covers every aspect of living wheat and gluten free. (The New York Times)
Be forewarned: This book is addictive. Jax inspires, educates, entertains. You'll laugh, you'll learn, you'll discover the abundant life that can be yours -- gluten-free. (Peggy Wagener, Publisher, Living Without magazine)
[This book] will bring tears of joy... It is a treasure and a must for every celiac's library. (Elaine Monarch, Executive Director of the Celiac Disease Foundation)
With her trademark cheekiness and deep-hearted wisdom, Jax Lowell serves up another celiac classic. (Diane Eve Paley, President, Celiac Society of America)
I have never read an allergy book that I could say had a heart, but this one does. (Jim Burns, Food Editor, Los Angeles Times syndicate)
Aren't we lucky this talented writer is one of us! (Alice Bast, Executive Director, National Foundation for Celiac Awareness)
Jax Lowell proves it's possible to live and eat happily ever after. (Connie Sarros, The Wheat-Free, Gluten-Free Cookbooks)
Lowell has succeeded in creating a work that will inspire the patient, dietician, and doctor--RUN, don't walk, to pick up your copy! (A. Myron Falchuk, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School)
...Just what the doctor ordered. (Alessio Fasano, M.D., Center for Celiac Research)
A lot of attitude and a terrific sense of humor. (New York Daily News)
A book that nurtures as it advises. (Better Homes & Gardens, Cooks' Catalog)
Jax Peters Lowell has been a diagnosed celiac-and gluten- free-since 1981. A lifestyle expert, advocate, and contributing editor to Living Without magazine, Lowell lives in Philadelphia with her husband and bread machine.