Celiac Disease Nutrition Guide, 3 rd Edition, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, 2014

Fully updated to include new FDA gluten-free labeling rule information, this is the essential guide for people diagnosed with celiac disease, dermatitis herpeteformis, or non-celiac gluten sensitivity. It outlines how to follow a gluten-free diet, identify food products and medications that might contain gluten, shop for gluten-free products, and more.” (AND catalog description)

The Gluten-Free Nutrition Guide, McGraw-Hill, 2008

“The main reason I wrote this book was to be helpful. Hopefully, this book accomplishes two things: first, provides you with the information you need to eat a healthy gluten-free diet, and second, provides you with the necessary research and evidenced based information to help clear up confusion about the gluten-free diet. Included in this book is the best available scientific information; the same information available to physicians and dietitians. My purpose is to present information to you that allows you to make your own decisions. I wanted to avoid writing a book that merely told you what you should and should not eat. With a little thought, the gluten-free diet can be very healthful and not at all stressful to follow.” (Excerpted from The Gluten-Free Nutrition Guide)

Easy Gluten Free: Expert Nutrition Advice with More Than 100 Recipes, Wiley, 2010 (co-authored with Marlisa Brown)

“Have you or a family member been diagnosed with celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity? Are you worried that “gluten-free” means boring, bland, and lacking in nutrition? Worry no more. This book will show you how to bring the benefits of delicious, gluten-free whole grains back into your diet and whip up delicious dishes you’ll be proud to share with family and friends.” (Editorial Reviews, Amazon.com)

The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Gluten-Free Eating, Alpha, 2007 (co-authored with Eve Adamson)

This book was written to help you move as simply and easily as possible from a gluten-full to a gluten-free diet. It is chock full of all the basic information you need to get started on the diet and would make a nice companion book to The Gluten-Free Nutrition Guide. It is written from a refreshingly unique (and often times funny) perspective as Eve (my co-author) went gluten-free while writing this book. (Available from Amazon.com

Pocket Guide to Gluten-Free Strategies for Clients with Multiple Diet Restrictions, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, 2011

“When a patient’s need for a gluten-free diet is combined with pre-existing conditions, eating can become complicated. This book serves as an important resource for counseling these patients by providing the evidence-based information you need to combine a gluten-free diet with restricted diets for food allergies, diabetes, disorders of lipid metabolism, lactose intolerance, weight management, and vegetarianism.” (AND Catalog Description)