Go Gluten-Free Without the Hassle

A Guide to Gluten-Free Living for Anyone Who Likes to Eat

Go Gluten-Free Without the HassleGoing gluten free is often not a choice and adapting to dietary restrictions can be anything but simple. Marlisa Brown, registered dietitian and chef, cuts through the misinformation and shares everything you need to know to make going gluten free as easy as possible in the newly updated Gluten-Free, Hassle Free, Second Edition (Demos Health, February 6, 2014). Start focusing on what you can eat with this informative guide packed with step-by-step advice to help you keep living your life the way you’re used to, including tips on how to stock your kitchen and pack school lunches, as well as advice for hosting parties, preparing meals, modifying recipes, planning for gluten-free travel, and making sure your child eats safely wherever they go.

Gluten-Free, Hassle Free, Second Edition holds all the answers to help you and your family start living gluten free and hassle free today, including:

  • Over 140 delicious gluten-free recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks, each with complete nutritional information and alternative ingredients for every allergy
  • Supermarket trips made easy-A Safe, Not Safe, and Questionable Foods Chart for baking, cereals, condiments, dairy, fats, grains, starches and more
  • Picking Naturally Gluten-Free Foods-A suggested list of naturally gluten-free staples, including fresh fruits and veggies, milk and cheese, gluten-free grains, as well as poultry and fish
  • How to prevent cross-contamination in your kitchen by using helpful tricks such as buying condiments in squeeze bottles and designating separate utensils for gluten-free foods
  • An easy-start 30-day gluten-free meal plan with suggested meals for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks daily
  • How to plan ahead to make gluten-free cooking quick and easy, including easy ways to put meals together.
  • How to find substitutes for your favorite recipes with an extensive list of gluten-free grains such as buckwheat, corn, quinoa, and nut flours
  • Learn how to identify gluten in hidden places, such as cosmetics, soaps, dental products, and school supplies
  • How to dine out gluten-free, including a list of fast food and chain restaurants with gluten-free options and questions to ask to prevent cross-contamination.
  • Compassionate advice for dealing with frustration as you get used to your new gluten-free lifestyle

Marlisa Brown, MS, RD, CDE, CDN is a registered dietitian, certified diabetes educator, chef, author, and international speaker. She is president of Total Wellness Inc., a nutritional consulting company that offers private counseling, wellness programs, culinary workshops, and corporate presentations. Brown has written for and contributed to many publications including, Shape, Women’s World, Fitness, and Newsday’s Wellness magazine and is the co-author of American Dietetic Association Easy Gluten-Free. She lives in Long Island, New York. www.glutenfreeeasy.com