Library Journal Reviews Healthier Without Wheat

Published date: February 26, 2009 | Modified date: February 26, 2009

I was thrilled to receive an excellent review of my new book in the current edition of Library Journal. Library Journal is a very selective publication and recommends books to be purchased for libraries across the the country. This is what they had to say about Healthier Without Wheat:

Wangen (cofounder & medical director, Irritable Bowel Syndrome Treatment Ctr; The Irritable Bowel Syndrome Solution), a gluten-intolerant physician, sheds new light on how wheat and gluten affect millions of people. He writes from both the doctor and the patient points of view by combining scientific information with stories about patients. Clearly organized into five parts—”Wheat and the Problems It Can Cause,” “Celiac Disease,” “Non-Celiac Gluten Intolerance and Wheat Allergies,” “Testing Summary for All Forms of Gluten Intolerance and Wheat Allergies,” and “Treating Gluten Intolerance”—the book also offers eight valuable appendices that include gluten-free food companies, products, and restaurants; resources for further information; and conditions caused by wheat allergies and gluten intolerance. Of the many books on celiac disease and gluten intolerance on the market today, this is one of the best for both patients and those in the medical field. Recommended for all libraries.