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The FOOD INTOLERANCE MANAGEMENT PLAN
by Dr SUE SHEPHERD and Professor PETER GIBSON
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Brand new softcover book, published 2011, 264 pages, small crease across lower front cover corner.
Gluten Free ~ Wheat Free ~ Coeliac Disease ~ Lactose Intolerance ~ Fructose Malabsorption ~ Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Following on from the success of her previous cookbooks, Gluten-free Cooking, The Gluten-free Kitchen, rresistibles for the Irritable and Two Irresistible for the Irritable, Dr Sue Shepherd takes things a step further with co-author Peter Gibson in this new title. The first half of the book is a user-friendly guide to food intolerances, an explanation of the Low-FODMAP* diet and an overview of how to include it in your daily eating plan.
Sue, who understands that we don't all eat at home all the time, also gives advice on matters such as eating out, what to look out for when you're travelling and how to cook for children, vegetarians and people with diabetes. The information is conveyed in an approachable way, with plenty of diagrams to aid understanding.
The second half of the book is a collection of 80 simple, family-friendly recipes, designed to show how people with food intolerances can still get a great deal of pleasure out of cooking and eating, with chapters on Light Meals, Main Meals, Baking and Desserts.
The Food Intolerance Management Plan is a scientifically developed program and comprehensive recipe book for those suffering from common digestive illness.
Based on the revolutionary Low-FODMAP* Diet, it shows people with food intolerances how to enjoy their food while remaining free of the symptoms associated with irritable bowel syndrome and related conditions, such as gluten, fructose, lactose and wheat intolerances.
Authors Dr Sue Shepherd and Dr Peter Gibson are world leaders in the area. They explain the conditions that affect one in five Australians, and show readers how to:
With 80 delicious and easy-to-prepare recipes, including baked goods, desserts and spiced dishes, this is your one-stop guide to managing symptoms, feeling great and eating well.
The Food Intolerance Management Plan is an Australian publication. All measurements are in metric and imperial.
* FODMAP is an acronym for
About the author
Sue Shepherd is an Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian who specialises in the treatment of dietary intolerances. Since being diagnosed with coeliac disease, Sue has maintained a strong commitment to educating people with special dietary needs, which has led to countless invitations to present at medical conferences in Australia and around the world. In recognition of her research and advocacy, Sue has received the annual Award for Achievement from the Dietitians Association of Australia, and also the Young Investigator Award from the Gastroenterological Society of Australia. Sue is recognised internationally as a leading expert dietitian in the area of coeliac disease and irritable bowel syndrome. Sue has written four cookbooks, including Gluten-free Cooking, which won the Gourmand (Cordon Bleu) Cookbook Award for 'Best Health and Nutrition Cookbook in Australia'. In addition to Gluten-free Cooking and Gluten-free Kitchen, Sue has self-published two gluten-free cookbooks: Irresistibles for the Irritable and Two Irresistible for the Irritable.
Dr Peter Gibson is a Professor of Medicine at Monash University, and Head of the Eastern Health Clinical School. He is Director of Gastroenterology and Hepatology for Eastern Health and is based at Box Hill Hospital, Melbourne. Peter has long-standing clinical and research interests in inflammatory bowel disease, coeliac disease and irritable bowel syndrome, and has published extensively in these areas. He is a past president of the Gastroenterological Society of Australia.
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The Food Intolerance Management Plan by Sue Shepherd and Peter Gibson