Jennifer's Way: My Journey with Celiac Disease--What Doctors DonÕt Tell You and How You Can Learn to Live Again

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Da Capo Press, Apr 22, 2014 - Health & Fitness - 288 pages
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Actress (Blue Bloods, Samantha Who?, Crash) and celiac spokesperson Jennifer EspositoÕs memoir of her diagnosis and coming to terms with her debilitating diseaseÑoffering hope to anyone who suffers from a chronic illness.
 

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Celiac / Wheat Intolerance? a great companion after reading Wheat Belly & Grain Brain. Told from the a comfortable conversational perspective - an in-depth look at one woman's struggles to be ... Read full review

Contents

one MyJourney 1 80 Degrees and sunny
3
Hungry
13
Triggers
31
Living the Dream
42
Back in the saddle
55
My public success My private
67
one step Forward Two steps Back
77
My elusive Cure
90
My New reality
140
Time for Work
149
Jennifers Way xi 13 31 42 55 67 77 101 113 123 132 140 149
167
What exactly Is Celiac Disease?
179
What Next?
196
relearning How to eat
211
The Invisible Disease
223
Finding Your Way
238

Vindication
101
In the psych Ward
113
Finding My
123
Normal
132
Recipes
255
Acknowledgments
271
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Jennifer Esposito is an award-winning actress who has appeared in Crash (which won the Oscar for Best Picture in 2005), Spike Lee's Summer of Sam, Don’t Say a Word, Welcome To Collinwood, and Taxi, to name a few. She also appeared on Michael J. Fox's hit series Spin City and most recently starred in the primetime CBS show Blue Bloods. Esposito's life beyond the screen has become dedicated to advocacy and education about celiac disease, which has become her life's purpose. As such, she founded Jennifer’s Way, a popular blog that talks about everything from healthy gluten-free eating, to food additives, and personal stories. From her home in NYC, Jennifer tirelessly answers emails from people in need of guidance about celiac disease and food concerns. Jennifer has also founded Jennifer's Way Foundation for Celiac Education, which is a non-profit organization promoting advocacy and education. JennifersWay.org

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