AGluten Free Life:My Celiac Story lives up to its title. It is the story of Jeeva and her life as a celiac. Anyone from an urban, metropolitan background can relate to the story. In an easygoing narrative, she brings forth the issues persons diagnosed with celiac would encounter. Questions regarding its manifestation, whether it is genetic, what can a person eat, as also thoughts that normally ail any patient once diagnosed—why me, why now—are dealt with in the book.
VOLUME XLII No. 08
AUGUST - 2018
If a baby is born small and thin, you would want to feed it so it would catch up to a more normal size, right? An infant is a small, brainless git who has to be toilet trained and fed forcibly because it does not know how much food it needs, right? A child who looks short compared to class-mates is not getting enough to eat, and must be force-fed to enable proper growth, right?