My friend and colleague, Shelley Case, sent me a copy of her latest book, Gluten-Free: The Definitive Resource Guide and I think you should know about it. The 2016 version is completely updated, wonderfully informative, and a great reference for every gluten-free household.
Shelley is one of North America’s foremost experts on the gluten-free lifestyle. Not only is she a sought-after speaker, but she has been actively involved in shaping our gluten-free world for over the past 30 years. Many of the benefits we now enjoy (such as product labeling in both the U.S. and Canada) are a direct result of Shelley’s hard work.
If you know Shelley, you know how thorough she is. This revised version reflects years of hard work to make sure it is as up-to-date as possible. It is perfect for home cooks, dietitians, and other health professionals who want to stay informed about the gluten-free lifestyle. My copy sits on the shelf next to my other trusted references so I can easily reach it when I have a question.
What the Book Contains
Here are some of the topics that Shelley covers:
 Latest research on Celiac disease & non-celiac gluten sensitivity
 What foods are safe and what foods to avoid
 Status of questionable ingredients such as vinegar, wheat starch, glucose syrup, oats, etc.
 Gluten-free and food allergen labeling in the U.S. and Canada
 How to prevent cross-contamination
 More than 3700 gluten-free products listed by company and product name
 Advice on dining out and traveling
Shelley also offers recipes with nutrient analysis, a comprehensive directory of over 220 companies, and lists of gluten-free books, cookbooks, magazines, and other resources. There really is no other book like this!