- The Case Against Gluten (Medical Journal References) is a survey of recent literature on gluten sensitivity without full blown celiac disease. The author is arguing for a paleo diet for all.
- Gluten: What You Don't Know Might Kill You by Mark Hyman, MD brings us up-to-date on health problems caused by gluten, gluten sensitivity as a disorder in itself, and the latest in testing protocol.
- Celiac Disease started as an article put up by the Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research. Now a multisection article covering all aspects of the disorder.
- American Family Physician magazine has an article Detecting Celiac Disease in Your Patients by Harold T. Pruessner, M.D. Also see patient handout on celiac disease.
- Dr Ben Balzer, general practitioner with a special interest in the paleolithic diet, has written Coeliac disease: a disease or a simple case of poisoning? where he explains how we have not evolved to be eaters of grains, beans or potatoes.
- Scott Adams put up Celiac.com in 1995. It was the first important site on celiac disease. And Scott has been relentlessly expanding it ever since. This is where most people start.
- Ok, this isn't a description page, but I found Cara Cozine's "The Gluten File: A collection of articles, abstracts, and websites related to gluten sensitivity" to be excellent on what is being published in the medical journals.
- The best list of alternative flours Gluten-Free Flour: A Guide. Also see their Triumph Guides.
Sites by Individuals
- More than four dozen Ron Hoggan Articles have been collected and put on the web. They argue that various other disorders of the body have strong gluten connections. Leading edge analysis of the medical literature. After writing these Ron went on to write Dangerous Grains. You can also buy Smarten Up!, a video of Ron presenting on the topic of how gluten grains impede learning in sensitive individuals, and how they can affect one's behavior. And Ron's latest book is The Iron Edge.
- Here is a page with annotated links to other pages on The Paleolithic Diet. Sometimes called the hunter/gather diet, this pre-agricultural diet is where our digestive systems have evolved to. It fits in well with the gluten-free diet.
- I have been collecting various Recipes and Food Preparation Tips, mostly for alternative gluten-free grains, e.g. arrowroot, buckwheat, millet, and quinoa. Also other useful GF things.
- JoAnn Betten has collected many recipes that are gluten-free, dairy-free, bean-free, and free of other Neolithic foods. They have been organized like a cookbook at the PaleoFood Site.
- The Dark Side of Wheat - New Perspectives On Celiac Disease & Wheat Intolerance by Sayer Ji covers the dangers of wheat consumption for everybody, not just celiacs.
- GlutenWiki.com is a new site (as of April 2010) that has software like Wikipedia for user contributed information. At this point it is more a site for you to add to than a site for you to get information from.
- Malabsorption and Delinquency was written by George Von Hilsheimer back in 1977. Besides blaming celiac disease for juvenile delinquency, it covers many of the health problems that come from malabsorption. Shows that there was plenty of knowledge back then, just no publicity. George Von Hilsheimer now has his own web site.
- Foo YS has put up Gluten Free Diet: Food and Recipes for Beginners. The site is new and somewhat basic. What is different about the site is you can add a comment to any page in the site.
- GF Product Information in Canada lists food manufacturers and the products they have that
- Lisa Lewis, PhD, has put up Understanding and
Implementing a Gluten & Casein Free Diet. An excellent web page on diet and autism. Explains what is happening with intestinal
permeability, etc. 46K
- Linda Blanchard's Wheat Free Zone is a
site with some a forum, recipes, and a gluten-free foods database. See her Ingredients to Watch For (and Why).
- Abigail Neuman has a page Is it FMS, CFS, or
Celiac Disease?. Has the story of her 20 year struggle to find the correct diagnosis. A good read. Also a list of gluten-free foods. [Now in archive.org]
- Lucy Shriver has The Gluten Free Kitchen, a comprehensive site with lots of sub-pages,
including a mailing list, chat groups, and a Campaign for Better Food Labels. [Website went down sometime March 2011.]
Baking Recipes by Catriona Mackey, Marion Bowles, and Jack Campin.
Watch out for the recipes which contain oats.
- Peter Thompson has published an old edition of his book Gluten-free Cookery: The Complete Guide for Gluten-free and Wheat-free Diets on the web. He also runs some web discussion boards.
- Mary Brooke, B.Sc.Nutrition, has a site on Gluten Intolerance/Gluten-Free
Diet. Includes a general overview. She is beginning to focus on the relationship between gluten ingestion and multiple sclerosis. [now in archive.org]
- Sarah Chopping has put up Gluten-Free InfoWeb. Can
search lists of brand name food products which might be gluten-free,
meaning which foods the manufacturers consider to be
- Allan Gardyne in Australia has Best gluten-free
recipes. He also sells some.
- Gluten Free & Casein Free
Diet has become the leading web resourse for parents of autists that
are using dietary intervention.
- Lori Alden has put up Wheat
Flours, which is a long list of substitutions, including many that are
Needs Info is a site for information on gluten and casein free
diets for autists. [now in archive.org]
- Shirley Hartung has written three cookbooks: No Grain No Pain, Muffins From The Heart, and Cookies Naturally. See Edible Options. The site also has tips and celiac stories.
- Marilee's Teff Page has
many links to information, injera recipes, and sources for teff. [now in archive.org]
- Thomas Viehof in Germany has some versions of Restaurant-Cards in different
languages. [now in archive.org]
- Hans Björknäs of The Wasa Workgroup on Intestinal Disorders also
has several pages on celiac disease in Finnish and Swedish. They are
off his home