Well known to US TV viewers, Hasselbeck first discovered she had celiac in 2002, after taking part in the show Survivor. Her health improved while in the Australian Outback, where her normal food choices were not available.
Her book is called The G-Free Diet and she uses the term G-full for foods that contain gluten. In the book she covers cooking in a kitchen that is shared by both celiacs and non-celiacs. She also covers eating out in restaurants with tips for picking safe meals.
Perhaps I shouldn't have included this book on a page devoted to gluten free cookbooks, as it has a distinct lack of recipes, but it does contain information of interest to anyone following the diet.
However, it has caused some controversy due to a chapter that appears to suggest using the gluten free diet to lose weight. (As anyone with celiac will know, this diet is not a weight loss diet, but the only treatment for celiac disease. In fact many people who start the diet, tend to put on weight!). In actual fact the chapter refers to how you can make healthier food choices, and be more aware of your nutritional needs when you are forced to read labels.