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Formally Gluten Free Kids R.O.C.K. 

Now "Gluten Free Kids"


 


 

CHILDREN'S BOOKS


Bagels, Buddy and Meby Melanie Krumrey  - Coming soon.   This is a story of a 6 year old boy who learns he can't eat his favorite foods.  This story tells how he found out and things he learned.


 



 

HEALTH AND WELLBEING


 

Allergies and Holistic Healing  by Skye Weintraub N.D.  I really like this book.  I had so many allergies that this book was a great resource book for me.  Each time I read it I learn more.  It always answers so many questions.  It sometimes leads me to ponder for more answers.  One of the questions was "Why do I have so many food allergies?"  Finally, after enough pondering about this unanswered questions, I decided to seek my answer from the source.    The book explains types of allergies, testing, good digestion, common allergy causing foods, environment allergies, and additional treatment for allergies and sensitivities.  It talks about behavior problems, hyperactivity, ADD, and brain allergies.  Also has a section about Gluten.

  

Natural Treatments for ADD and Hyperactivity  by Dr. Skye Weintraub, N.D.  One of my daughters has behavior problems that I was able to connect to food reactions when she was younger.  I researched this topic well, because she could have easily been diagnosed with ADHD or autism.  I did everything I could to eliminate anything that caused a reaction. We changed her diet several times and now 7 years later, she goes gluten free and most of her ADD symptom are gone.    This book is loaded with so much information.  I learned a lot.  This book explains what ADD is, how self esteem is important, diet, elimination and challenge diet, food allergies, biochemical factors, hypoglycemia, sugar, yeast, environmental factors, heavy metal contamination, pesticide poisoning. thyroid, malabsorbtion deficiencies and natural remedies.   


 


 

COOKBOOKS


Gluten-Free Cookies

Jeanne Basye has a passion for  gluten-free cookies.  She created more than 150 cookie recipes and became known as The Gluten-Free Cookie Lady.  Requests for her cookie recipes led to the creation of her cookbook, Gluten-Free Cookies

Gluten-Free Cookies includes 87 cookie recipes, each one evaluated for taste, texture and appearance by hundreds of people.  Look inside the 168-page book for my flour formula, tips for easier baking, solutions to common gluten-free cookie problems and much more.  Among those contributing to the project were Harriett and Curt Granthen, Granthen Studios, who donated their time and beautiful colorphotographs.

You learn more about Jeane Basye, Gluten Free Cookies, or how to order the cookbook,  please visit her at http://www.glutenfreecookielady.com/

Living, Loving, and Cooking with my Daughter, The Art of Creating Nutrient-Dense Gluten-Free Foods .By Priscilla Smith   This is a wonderful e-book that offers lots of ideas for gluten free healthy foods for your kids.  I enjoyed all the natural foods that she uses in a very easy way.  She has some great snack ideas.  I also liked her great section about fermented foods and how to make cultured vegies.  I was also able to convert many of the recipes to be dairy free also. You can visit her blog and order her e-book cookbook at www.nourishingyouandyourchildren.blogspot.com


 

Wheat-Free Recipes & Menus by Carol Fenster  (this book was donated by Carol Fenster)  This was my first gluten free cook book that actually had recipes that didn't flop on me.  I depended on this cookbook for the first 6 months that I went gluten free.  We survived Christmas and made our own gluten free Christmas basket.  The girls and I didn't miss a thing.  The "Graham Cracker"  and "Vanilla Wafer" recipes made christmas baking possible.  Three different flour blend recipes to choose from.  Great pictures to show you how to adapt without specialty pans.  Tips and ideas for breading for fried foods.  Great menu section.  Lots of ways to substitute for dairy free and tells how you can substitute for wheat.


Gluten-Free 101by Carol Fenster (This book was donated by Carol Fenster) Great book for beginners.  Reteaches how to cook in details about what each ingredience does to make a good gluten free baked good.  Lots of advise for baking success.  Lots of great recipes  

Cooking Free by Carol Fenster (This book was donated by Carol Fenster) Easy to use for other food allergies.  All recipes are clearly marked for allergy suffers.   All recipes are gluten free.  Recipes are used with a flour blend that you mix together and store on the shelf or in the freezer.  Saves time and simplifies by not pulling out more ingredience.  Great information for substituting in recipes.  Good selection of dinner recipes.


 


FOOD GUIDES AND SUPPORT BOOKS

 

Food Allergy Field Guide by Theresa Willingham (This book donated by Carol Fenster) This book is a great resource for any food allergies or intollerence.  Lots of childrens comments throughout the book.  Information is updated to the new laws that have changed for labeling.  Nice section for dealing with family, friends and Caregivers. Also sections for reading labels, menu planning, substitutions, eating out and helping your child to fit in.   Nice book to have for dealing with multiple food issues. 



 


 


 

Other Information about Authors


 

Jeanne Basye is the author of Gluten Free-Cookies.

She started baking gluten free cookies for her gluten free family and soon became known in her neighborhood as “The Gluten Free Cookie Lady.”

I use to think that gluten free cookies were going to be flat or hard no matter how I tried. And then the Gluten Free Cookies cookbook arrived in the mail. I was surprised about all of the tips and information about baking was in that book. I pulled out my flours and mixed up a batch of “The Gluten Free Cookie Lady Flour Blend.” Now, let the cookie baking begin. I decided to start with good old Chocolate Chip Cookies. I could compare that one from memory. I followed all of her tips about pre-heating, cold dough, and found out my oven was not the correct temperature as I selected. When the timer went off, I pulled out of the oven PUFFY COOKIES, not flat! After they cooled they were still puffy! I took a bite and they were soft. I left them set out on the counter, hidden in my mixing bowl, because I wanted to know if they would be hard the next day. Each day, I ate the test cookies and they were soft four days later exposed to air. I was impressed. They also tasted great. My husband, who is not gluten free, loved them as well.

I also made the Oatmeal Raisin Cookies and they were tasty as well. I am excited about trying more of her cookie recipes that are in the book. She has lots of recipes in her book. You will find all time favorites, bars and brownies, chocolate lover cookies, fruity and spicy cookies, nutty cookies, no bake cookies, and cookies with nuts in them. She also has a section about nuts (and recipes), flavoring and scenting sugar, fillings, and frosting and glazes. With a bonus, you also will find recipes for making waffles, granola and ice cream. And also lots of tips.

I was so impressed, that I had to test her “Gluten Free Cookie Lady Flour Blend” with muffins. Muffins have always been an area of frustration for me. This time I pulled out my first gluten free muffins that were baked completely through. No doughy centers. They were so good, the kids finished them off as quickly as they were cooling. I had to make up another batch of her flour blend so that I could make more muffins. I have decided to use the “Gluten Free Cookie Lady Flour Blend” for my all purpose flour.

Many thanks to the lady who was generous to donate a copy to our viewing library. 

To learn more about Jeanne Basye, her cookbook or about how to order Gluten-Free Cookies, visit her website at http://www.glutenfreecookielady.com/



 

Carol Fenster

Meet Carol Fenster  You won’t miss what’s missing in my delicious wheat-free recipes.  Carol Fenster, PH.D.


When life hands you a lemon, make lemonade! Carol Fenster, Ph.D. has turned her wheat sensitivity into a thriving business. The former university professor and Fortune 500 marketing executive is now an internationally-recognized author who offers five leading books for people with food allergies, celiac disease, and autism: Gluten-Free 101, Wheat-Free Recipes & Menus, Cooking Free, Food Allergy Field Guide, and Gluten-Free Friends: An Activity Book for Kids––available at health food stores, http://www.savorypalate.com/, and http://www.amazon.com/.

In addition to running her publishing house, Carol actively promotes food sensitivity awareness…

• Her articles, recipes, and reviews of her books appear in Woman’s World, Taste for Life, Vegetarian Times, Veggie Life, Better Nutrition, Gluten-Free Living, Energy Times, Living Without; Today’s Dietitian; newsletters from Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network (FAAN), Gluten Intolerance Group, and Celiac Disease Foundation; and books published by the American Dietetic Association. York Nutritional Laboratories, an allergy testing lab, recommends her books to its patients.

• Gluten-free herself, she travels around the world with her gluten-free message. Such as overseeing the food preparation for a gluten-free culinary tour for twelve people in Tuscany, Italy…or demonstrating gluten-free cooking for chefs at DisneyWorld…or holding seminars on gluten-free flours in Tokyo, Japan…or educating health food stores at Natural Products Expo East on meeting the needs of gluten-free shoppers.

• She develops gluten-free products for manufacturers such as Bob’s Red Mill and consults with health professionals, companies, and patients on the gluten-free diet. She is a nationally-recognized speaker and has prepared testimony for the FDA on food labeling. She appeared on nine episodes of “Food for Life” on the Health Network.

• Striving to keep abreast of the latest developments in her field, she is a member of the International Association of Culinary Professionals, International, Publisher’s Marketing Association, Small Publishers of North America, and Colorado Independent Publisher’s Association. She also belongs to and her books are recognized as valuable resources by the Gluten Intolerance Group, Celiac Disease Foundation, and Celiac Sprue Foundation.

• Sample clients include U S Grains Council, Enjoy Life Foods, National Grain Sorghum  Producers, Western Commerce 

 • Former Associate food editor atLiving Without™, a quarterly magazine for people with food and chemical sensitivities.

 Ph.D. in Organizational Sociology from University of Denver and a B.S. in Home Economics from University of Nebraska.


 

Skye Weintraub, ND

 I am pleased to announce 2  books. 

Allergies and Holistic Healing

and the other book is

Natural Treatments for ADD and Hyperactivity

.  They are written by Dr. Skye Weintraub.  She is a local author and Practicing Naturpath in the Eugene, Oregon area.  Her books and consultation have been a blessing for my families healing with Celiac and food allergies. 

Who is Dr. Skye Weintraub ND


Dr. Skye Weintraub is a 1988 graduate of National College of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland, Oregon, where she received a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine (ND). She is licensed in the state of Oregon as a naturopathic physician. Dr. Weintraub, has been in medical practice since 1989 and has researched and written books since 1996. She possesses a strong background in holistic health therapies where she specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of food, inhalant, and chemical allergies, as well as parasite infestations, intestinal overgrowth of yeast and bacteria, digestive problems such as irritable bowel syndrome, Crohns, and ulcerative colitis, and other chronic health concerns. She is trained in the use of homeopathy, nutrition, botanical medicine, and the use of the proper supplements to treat illness. Dr. Weintraub also counsels people how to achieve ultimate nutrition with a healthy diet and lifestyle.


Dr. Weintraub is the author of numerous books published by Woodland Publishing, including:

Natural Healing with Cell Salts

,

Allergies and Holistic Healing

,

Natural Treatments for ADD and Hyperactivity

, and

The Parasite Menace

. Her latest book,

The

Bacteria Menace

, outlines how bacteria could be at the root of many of today's most common health conditions, as well as how to effectively build immunity and protect one's self from these dangerous agents, without necessarily the help of antibiotics. She is the author of two booklets:

Selenium-The Health Connection

and

Natural Defenses for Bioterrorism

. She has also contributed to other books such as the

Encyclopedia of Natural Healing

by Alive Books and

Alternative Cures

by Rodale Press.



She lectures throughout the US on current health issues and has written many articles appearing on various websites and in health journals. Dr. Weintraub is a frequent guest on radio talk shows exploring natural health topics mentioned in her books and has given talks nationwide on these subjects. She has been consulted by complementary health companies for the development of products because of her expertise in allergies, ADD, and the overgrowth of disease-causing organisms in the digestive system.

Dr. Weintraub has a new website at

http://www.drskyeweintraub.com/index.php

.  Lots of information about Naturpathic medicine, cell salts, testing and phone consultation


 


 

Melanie Krumrey

I am thrilled to announce a new book for kids called "

Bagels, Buddy, and Me" by Melanie Krumrey.   This is a story about gluten intolerance and Celiac Disease.  It is told from the perspective of her middle son who was diagnosed at 6 years old.  The story is about how he found out that he couldn't eat his favorite food anymore and how he has to change his diet.

About the author, Melanie Krumrey.  This is taken from her website at

www.bagelsbuddyandme.com

We are the Krumrey family. ("Krum" like cookie

crumb,

"rey" like

rye

bread - a name full of gluten!)  In 2003, our son Cooper's health began to concern us.  He struggled with headaches, stomach aches, tics, and an overall sick feeling.  After a year of  symptoms that seemed to worsen by the week, we were told about Celiac Disease.  Cooper's blood tests were inconclusive because of an IgA deficiency, but some antibody levels were elevated.  His endoscopy was normal, which was also confusing. Others we met and read about had normal endoscopy results, but positive blood work and family histories.  So, we decided to try the diet.  After only two weeks, Cooper showed a marked improvement.  His revitalized health was enough to convince us that a gluten intolerance was causing his declining health. He has been gluten free ever since. (And mostly headache, stomachache, and tic free too!)


In doing research on behalf of Cooper, I (Melanie) realized that I had been expeiencing most of  the symptoms I was reading about for years, but had always thought these things were "normal for me."  I was tested through Dr. Kenneth Fine's lab in Dallas,TX,  Enterolab.  I was referred to him by the daughter of a friend in Texas who had heard him speak at a local support group.  The results were positive.  Later, my other son and daughter were also tested through Enterolab.  They were positive as well.  Most recently, my sister used Dr. Fine's lab to test for a gluten intolerance as well as for genetic indicators.  She was positive for all.  We are very thankful for better health, and give God thanks for leading us to answers

While in the process of diagnosis, and learning to eat differently, I wished out loud that there was a children's book on the subject.  Someone suggested that I write one, and I laughed at the thought.  Months later, a story came to mind after we learned of Buddy's inability to eat wheat as well.  I wrote it, and put it down, thinking it too impossible.  The Lord seemed to be nudging me though, so I picked it up again, and entered the world of publishing -another journey in itself!


If you would like to order the book you may do so at Melanie's website at www.bagelsbuddyandme.com 

She also has a blog that she writes.  glutenfreekrums.blogspot.com