This e-book contains 29 easy-to-make and delicious recipes that are gluten free. All the recipes were created by author Gretchen Scalpi, RD, CDE after she discovered that she has Celiac Disease. She was stunned when she received her diagnosis because she had none of the classic symptoms. She has what is known as "silent Celiac disease." Some people have symptoms and others don't.
Gretchen Scalpi works to promote good nutrition and wellness as an entrepreneur, author, health and wellness coach and consultant. Gretchen is a Registered Dietitian & Certified Diabetes Educator. She is also a Certified LEAP Therapist (Lifestyle Eating and Performance), specializing in the clinical management of food sensitivities and related conditions.
Gretchen received a BS in Human Nutrition and Food Service Management from Marymount College in Tarrytown, NY. She worked as Chief Clinical Dietitian in an area hospital for 25 years, and has taught nutrition and food services courses in two area community colleges.
Gretchen opened her health and wellness coaching and private nutrition practice in 2002. She has worked with hundreds of clients and now works with clients via telephone or video. Gretchen’s practice provides individual nutritional counseling, health and wellness coaching in the areas of diabetes, weight management, food sensitivities, gastrointestinal disorders, and general wellness.
Books by Gretchen Scalpi
Learning how to change bad eating habits can seem difficult or overwhelming but Gretchen Scalpi, RD, CDE has written a simple and easy-to-read guide to help you save time, money and eat more healthy! Stop eating fast food and blowing your money on expensive restaurants. Learn simple solutions, strategies and shortcuts to help you and your family find your way back to healthy eating.
So many people eat out because they don't have the time or the skills to cook. They may buy a dozen recipe books or spend hours online searching for the perfect recipe but they get overwhelmed and give up. If this sounds like you then this simple cookbook will help you get started with a healthy diet.
Obesity is an epidemic in the United States and many other countries. The obese pay a terrible price for their condition in the form of pre-diabetes or diabetes. Gretchen Scalpi, RD, CDE believes that a diagnosis of pre-diabetes does not automatically mean a life sentence of diabetes. Two out of three American adults are within a weight range that can be classified as overweight or obese.