Gluten-free allergies in children are becoming more frequent and gluten-free foods are popping up all over the marketplace. If you suspect your child may have a gluten allergy, you are likely asking yourself questions like:
What are the symptoms of gluten sensitivity?
Is there a link between gluten and ADHD?
How do I create a gluten free diet for kids?
What do I pack for school lunches?
Where can I buy wheat-free bread?
Questions like these can seem overwhelming when you are first getting started. Gluten-Free Kids: A Quick Start Guide for a Healthy Kids Diet is an extremely helpful way to process the changes you will need to make and how to make them.
In this valuable resource you will:
Learn some of the symptoms of celiac disease and gluten intolerance
Discover the difference between gluten-free and grain-free
Receive help in learning what steps to take first
Get help with sorting through your pantry and refrigerator
Discover an extensive gluten-free grocery shopping list
Receive a list of suggestions for meals, snacks, and school lunches
Gain confidence on how to eat out safely
Take advantage of the author's conversational style while she leads you on a whole new journey of creating a lifestyle of gluten-free living - for your child and your family.
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Very High Level - Poor Content
The content of the book was poor. It was extremely high level and kept pointing to you to look into matters further rather than giving any real help. It felt like the book was pitched at a child reader as it was so basic. Clearly this wasn't the case - it is a book aimed at parents in search of information. I could have found more information by doing a cursory Google search. I did feel that Jennifer Wells knew her information but just didn't really go far enough in sharing it.
I did also feel that, despite saying that she was presenting a balanced view and not her own agenda, that she did really believe that a gluten free diet was the best choice for everyone (even those without a known sensitivity - heavy weight experts such as Professor David Sanders would definitely disagree with this) and that a grain free diet was a good choice - I have to question whether pushing young children down the paleo route is to be recommended - surely not!!!
The narration was fine so I would definitely try another book narrated by Vickie Sloderbeck.
I definitely got the feeling that this book was put together to make a quick buck off the back of anxious parents. To be avoided.
- La Petite Francaise