Tag Archive: books

Oct 02

More Books to Add to My Recommended List

Dealing with Food Allergies: A Practical Guide to Detecting Culprit Foods and Eating a Healthy, Enjoyable Diet Presenting up-to-date information on current diagnostic methods and treatment options, this guide describes the effects of food allergies on the skin, mucous membranes, and respiratory and digestive tracts; discusses treatment by allergists and other healthcare professionals; and empowers …

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Aug 27

Paleo/Primal Book Recommendation

I have another great book to add to my Recommended List. Find the details below. Cheers to you and good health, Kel Gut and Psychology Syndrome | GAPS Diet New 2010 Edition with over 100 extra pages of information! Gut and Psychology Syndrome provides the information you need to heal a damaged digestive system. The …

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Jul 01

More Books to Recommend

The Paleo Answer Dr. Loren Cordain’s bestselling The Paleo Diet and The Paleo Diet Cookbook have helped hundreds of thousands of people eat for better health and weight loss by following the diet humans were genetically designed to eat: meats, fish, fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts and other foods that mimic the diet of our Paleolithic ancestors. In The Paleo Answer, …

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Jan 10

Legumes, Why Should I Stop Eating You?

Legumes, also known as hummus, refried beans, chick peas, black beans, peanuts, soy beans etc, all contain lectins (specialized proteins). Indeed, all plant foods contain lectins but the lectins in grains (such as wheat), dairy and legumes cause an inflammatory response in your body and are resistant to cooking and digestive enzymes. Overall, research on …

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Jun 05

Diabetes and Dr Bernstein’s Diet Recommendations

I admit I have an obsession with diet books. Not because I want to try the latest fad to drop a few but because as a dietitian I want to see and learn what an author’s thoughts are on a perfect diet. The latest diet book I’ve dove into is, “The Dukan Diet,” and it …

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