• Jax Peters Lowell, author of The Gluten Free Revolution
  • The Gluten-Free Revolution - Absolutely Everything You Need to Know about Losing the Wheat, Reclaiming Your Health, and Eating Happily Ever After - by Jax Peters Lowell - From America’s gluten-free expert, the groundbreaking twentieth anniversary edition of the book that started a revolution. The ultimate and indispensable guide to your best and healthiest life without gluten. - Available Jan. 6th, 2015 - Learn More
  • Mothers: A Novel - “Compelling, good  social medicine.”  —San Francisco Chronicle - Now available in a commemorative  eBook edition - Learn More

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Reviews

"An important book, beautifully written, an absolute joy to read." -- Alicia Woodward, Editor-in-Chief, L.W. Gluten-Free & More

"Such a lot of information of such good quality.  A must for those who plan on going gluten-free!" -- Peter HR Green, MD, Director Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University

"With disarming wit and authoritative command of science and research, Lowell's positive, uplifting, can-do spirit is absolutely contagious." -- Kristina M. Johnson, Founding Editor-in-Chief, Women's Health

"Chatty, funny, and practical… an information-packed winner." -- Booklist Starred Review (read full review)

"Empowering and terrifically entertaining –a roadmap for a successful gluten-free life." -- Marilyn Geller, CEO, Celiac Disease Foundation

"A wise and funny encyclopedia. Poet and pragmatist, Jax Lowell has created a rich gluten-free stew of what matters most for a good life with celiac disease." -- Martin J. Blaser, MD, author Missing Microbes, Director, Human Microbiome Program, NYU

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LOVE REALLY DOES CONQUER ALL. EVENTUALLY. Years ago, a dear friend embarked on a path that included stigma and injustice, as well as joy and grace. When she was wise enough to recognize it, she found lasting love. Together she and her partner raised two children who are now magnificent adults. When their son was in college, I asked him how it was to be the child of two mothers. How did he feel about laws preventing his parents from marrying; that did not recognize them as an authentic American family? He had given it much thought. He said, “The kids will fix it.”

This past week, Justice Kennedy echoed my young friend’s words, elaborated upon them, and refused to stigmatize the child whose parents were before him. With his vote, he declared all children and their same sex parents part of the American Family. That my novel, Mothers (amzn.com/B00I12DXBC), was a small stitch in the fabric of change and that this year, of all years, it was republished in a new commemorative edition is a joy I did not think I would experience in my lifetime.
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A diet as restrictive as ours is not without its social cost, don't miss the other #glutenfree rules of engagement in my book, The Gluten-Free Revolution ... See MoreSee Less