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Irritable Bowel Syndrome (Food Solutions): Recipes and Advice to Control Symptoms Maff Hot

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Written by Maff     July 24, 2007    
 
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by Patsy Westcott, Philip Wilson (Illustrator)

 

Good news for the 15% of the population who suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)-attention to nutrition can prevent its occurrence and ease its symptoms, especially the painful and distressing intestinal bloating and release of excessive wind. An easy-to-understand introduction to the dietary causes of IBS accompanies over 60 special recipes for preparing your favorite foods-for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as snacks and desserts-to alleviate the problems before they start. Charts explain which foods you can eat all the time, and which ones to avoid (yet you can even joy many of these when you follow special preparation methods). IBS also responds well to allergy and food intolerance therapies-just follow the helpful tips. With the handy plan for diet and exercise, plus recommendations for orthodox and alternative treatments, you're free from the discomfort and the anxieties of IBS.

 

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The focus of this book is squarely on how nutrition and specific foods affect a person with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).

It is packed with information regarding what causes the symptoms of IBS and why particular foods, such as dairy foods, cause problems for a large number of patients.

As well as advice for creating a food diary so you can discover your problem foods, this book contains over 60 IBS specific recipes. For anybody with a digestive disorder, finding meals that are both safe to eat AND tasty can be very difficult and frustrating but this book is a great help in this area.

The author goes on to discuss food allergies and intolerances and offers advice on various orthodox and alternatives therapies for the condition. This is just a bonus however as the real substance to this book is in the dietary information and recommendations.

A comprehensive diet book that is sure to benefit anybody suffering from IBS.


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Maff Reviewed by Maff July 24, 2007
Last updated: July 30, 2009
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A great help for IBS patients in the kitchen

The focus of this book is squarely on how nutrition and specific foods affect a person with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).

It is packed with information regarding what causes the symptoms of IBS and why particular foods, such as dairy foods, cause problems for a large number of patients.

As well as advice for creating a food diary so you can discover your problem foods, this book contains over 60 IBS specific recipes. For anybody with a digestive disorder, finding meals that are both safe to eat AND tasty can be very difficult and frustrating but this book is a great help in this area.

The author goes on to discuss food allergies and intolerances and offers advice on various orthodox and alternatives therapies for the condition. This is just a bonus however as the real substance to this book is in the dietary information and recommendations.

A comprehensive diet book that is sure to benefit anybody suffering from IBS.


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