On A Gluten-Free Diet, But Symptoms Are Persisting. Perhaps, You Have A Microbiota Imbalance In Your Bowel

On a Gluten-Free Diet, But Symptoms Are Persisting? A microbiota imbalance is one possible cause. Many other possibilities are discussed in my Book “Gluten Toxicity” as well.

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My Book, Gluten Toxicity, Is Available In Canada, The United States, The United Kingdom, Germany and Japan

June 18, 2011 · Filed Under Celiac Nurse's Book · Comment 

“Gluten Toxicity” is available in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, and Japan through the Amazon online bookstores. My book is also available in the dutch language in the Netherlands and Flanders. I’m thrilled to use my book as a resource to increase awareness in all of these geographical areas.

If you are interested in purchasing a paperback copy of “Gluten Toxicity: The Mysterious Symptoms Of Celiac Disease, Dermatitis Herpetiformis, And Non-Celiac Gluten Intolerance”, then please see the links below.

Amazon For Canada  

Amazon For The U.S.A.  

Amazon For The United Kingdom  

Amazon For Germany 

Amazon For Japan 

My paperback book, “Gluten Toxicity”, translated into Dutch as “Gevaarlijke
Gluten” http://www.wpg.be/boeken/mens-maatschappij-gezondheid/isbn/9789002252372/gevaarlijke-gluten/

If you would prefer an e-book version of “Gluten Toxicity”, please see the e-book from my blog 

Thank you very much for your support,

Shelly Stuart, R.N., B.Sc.N.

Book Review: Highlights From “The Better Bladder Book”

December 20, 2010 · Filed Under "Gluten Toxicity", Celiac Nurse's Book · Comment 

I am so impressed by this  book about chronic pelvic pain and interstitial cystitis. In fact, I included it in my book, “Gluten Toxicity” as a resource. It has been written by a registered nurse (RN) who knows how to advocate for her patients and who regularly thinks outside of the box. The author, Wendy Cohan, is a RN from Portland, Oregon, (US). She counsels patients with celiac disease, dermatitis herpetiformis, non-celiac gluten intolerance, and bladder related conditions. Wendy is also the author of Gluten-Free Portland, A Resource Guide” and maintains 3 websites at www.mywellbladder.com, www.glutenfreechoice.com and www.thebetterbladderbookinfo.com. I have had the pleasure of conversing with Wendy by e-mail and can say that she appears to be a very professional, approachable and knowledgeable RN with a passion for helping patients who are suffering.

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