Stop bloating and heal your gut  |  Economides Aliki&Hadjisavva Irini

ISBN: 978-960-14-3542-8

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Recommended by World-Renowned Diet and Digestive Health Experts
101 Clean, Unprocessed, Super Healthy
Mediterranean-inspired, Gluten-Free Recipes
A Step-by-Step Guide to Stop Bloating and Heal your Gut is a great resource for those suffering with painful bloating and IBS. The book features a great primer on the digestive process, as well as an in-depth review of gastrointestinal and laboratory tests to help the reader navigate this complex topic. The low FODMAP diet is reviewed in detail from the elimination to the reintroduction phase. I personally love the variety of healthy low FODMAP recipes (101 recipes included) such as delicious smoothies, muffins, main dishes and more!
―Kate Scarlata, MPH, RDN
US-based Low FODMAP Diet and Gut Health Expert Coauthor
of The New York Times bestselling 21-Day Tummy Diet and many other books.
If you suffer from abdominal bloating or IBS, you’ve come to the right place. This well-researched and thorough book will be your trusted guide. The authors, experienced dietitians and scientists, provide accurate food lists, creative menu ideas, and delicious recipes to help yourself by trying a low-FODMAP diet. Beyond FODMAPs, the book covers important points about probiotics, dietary supplements, exercise, and more. I highly recommend A Step-by-Step Guide to Stop Bloating and Heal Your Gut.
―Patsy Catsos, MS, RDN, LD
Author of The IBS Elimination Diet and Cookbook.
I have thoroughly read through the book and have tried a few of the recipes. The information was easy to follow and detail oriented. Recipes were easy to follow and quite delicious! Gastrointestinal symptoms and challenges are quite common complaints that require a medical professional diagnosis and registered dietitian follow-up. This professional written and published material will definitely provide sound, accurate knowledge and success in overcoming the challenges experienced by patients and clients.
―Susan M. Hazarvartian, MS, RDN, LDN
Adjunct Professor, Simmons University, Boston, USA
Private Practice and Contract Registered Dietitian