Although this book is six years old it is highly relevant and a great read. I strongly recommend this “Gluten-Free Survival Guide” for anyone that is either dealing with Celiac Disease first hand or has a loved one dealing with the disease. For that matter, it’s a super resource for anyone who is interested in eliminating gluten from their diet. Elisabeth’s writing style was a knock out of the park for me. I really enjoyed her informal and very relatable tone. I never felt like I was reading a textbook but instead sitting with a good friend and chatting over a cup of coffee. This made it easy to digest the wealth of information she provided without feeling overwhelmed. In addition to sharing her personal journey through identifying symptoms, getting properly diagnosed, and ultimately embracing a G-Free lifestyle, she provides a wealth of information and helps to simplify what could easily be overwhelming at best. Her helpful hints cover the spectrum of how to prepare a gluten-free kitchen, eat out G-Free, attend parties, and travel–not to mention living with someone who is G-free. In the last section of the book she covers additional reasons to give up gluten: G-Free and Slim As Can Be and The Autism Connection. The Appendix provides ample online resources as well as lists of products that are G-Free. Even if you’re not looking to read the whole book the chapters stand on their own. Head on over to Elisabeth’s website for extra information and goodies!