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What foods do teenagers love most? Pizza, pasta, pastrygluten galore. Problem solved with Cooking for Your Gluten-Free Teen, Everyday Foods the Whole Family Will Love (Andrews McMeel). Written by a celiac teen, her mother (cookbook author, Chicago restaurateur and chef Carlyn Berghoff) and her doctor, this cookbook reworks popular favorites to guarantee your gluten-sensitive adolescent wont go hungry.
Gluten Free Mediterranean Gourmet Cuisine (Sedes Holding) by Aslihan Koruyan Sabanci is a beautiful cookbook with a healthy message based on the best of Turkish and Aegean cuisine. Gorgeous photographs and a wide variety of tempting recipesentrees, soups, salads and sorbets, plus how-tos like making your own apple vinegarwill have you drooling.
Whether you are motivated by success stories (tennis champ Novak Djokovic went gluten free and enjoyed a recording-breaking 43-match winning streak) or an in-depth medical explanation of nutrient absorption, hydration and electrolytes, The Gluten-Free Edge (The Experiment Publishing) by Peter Bronski and Melissa McLean Jory has it covered. This is a book about gaining advantage in sportsand in lifeby going gluten free. There are about 50 pages of nutrient-dense recipes, tips and dietary guidelines. There are no fetching photos. Instead, the real stars are the athletes and their gluten-free experiences. Need to be inspired? Heres food for thought and fuel for peak performance.
Trying to boost nutrition? The Complete Gluten-Free Whole Grains Cookbook (Robert Rose) by Judith Finlayson uses gluten-free power foodsamaranth, buckwheat, millet, oats, quinoa, rice, sorghum, teff, wild ricefor recipes that truly nourish. Finlayson covers buying, storing and preparing grains and discusses their nutritional and culinary characteristics, including a Worth Knowing section with info on the latest research.