Celiac Disease a hidden epidemic
Peter H.R. Green, M.D and Rory Jones
Harper Collins Press
A wealth of knowledge about the body, how the disease affects children through adults. I reference this book continuously when seeking information about symptoms and how the body reacts.
The Gluten Free Bible
Jax Peters Lowell
This book contains a lot of good information especially for new people or people who have hit the denial phase. It also contains a section on airlines with contact information although in this age of "no service" airline food (see my blog) this is little more than a list of telephone numbers since even first class can't get you a gluten free meal these days. Overall it does have good information, food resources and some recipes.
Living Gluten Free for Dummies
I am a huge fan of the Dummies series for almost anything. It is easy to follow, full of information and a handy resource with a little bit of just about everything.
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Gluten Free Eating
Eve Adamson and Tricia Thompson, MS, RD
Even more than the Dummies series I am a bigger fan of the Idiot's Guide. It has lists and lists of information, easy to read and understand sections and a resource guide that is a first must have book for anyone trying to navigate the celiac waters. I keep this book in my car and often take it shopping for a quick guide when labels get overwhelming.