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Jax Peters Lowell, author of The Gluten-Free Revolution, diagnosed with celiac disease more than twenty years ago, was the first to bring national attention to the gluten-free diet. In addition to writing bestselling books on living well without wheat, she is an award-winning poet and the author of the novel Mothers, released this year in a new edition. She is a recipient of the Leeway Foundation Transformation Award for fiction and poetry as well as for her pioneering efforts in bringing public awareness to gluten intolerance. She lives in Philadelphia in a restored bread factory.

For more information, view Jax Lowell's Web site.

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