Going Against the Grain
How Reducing and Avoiding Grains Can Revitalize Your Health

2002; ISBN# 0-658-01722-5
by Melissa Diane Smith

Contemporary Books
304 pages

"A myth-breaking book that could transform the health and disease statistics of this country. Melissa Diane Smith's writing is clear, friendly, and persuasive. Everyone,including doctors, should read this book."

- Ralph Golan, M.D., author of Optimal Wellness
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AgainstThe Grain Nutrition
This book challenges conventional dietary wisdom -- that grains should be the centerpiece of our diet -- and presents cutting-edge scientific information, in easy-to-understand terms, on the surprising nutritional problems of grains -- and the grain connection to conditions such as obesity, diabetes, Syndrome X, autoimmune disorders, celiac disease, gluten sensitivity, grain allergies, and digestive problems.

Features include dozens of easy-to-fix, wheat-free, gluten-free and grain-free recipes, three different menu plans, label reading tips, suggestions on what to order in restaurants, and advice for dealing with the practical, social and psychological challenges of eating against the grain.

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