WHEAT FREE GLUTEN FREE COOKBOOK FOR KIDS AND BUSY ADULTS SECOND EDITION

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Wheat Free Gluten Free Cookbook For Kids And Busy Adults Second Edition

Author : Connie Sarros
ISBN : 9780071627566
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 72.72 MB
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EASY-TO-MAKE GLUTEN-FREE RECIPES THAT SATISFY EVEN the MOST FINICKY EATERS “This book is a wonderful addition to the increasing variety of resources available to people who require a gluten-free diet. It is easy to read and the content is superb!” Peter H.R. Green, M.D., Celiac Disease Center, Columbia University “When you need a meal and don't have much time or energy, you're sure to find something you can pull off-and smile while you're doing it.” -Ann Whelan, Editor/Publisher of Gluten-Free Living “Connie once again shows us that the gluten-free diet is not restrictive but merely a variety of delicious substitutions.” -Elaine Monarch, Founder/Executive Director, Celiac Disease Foundation Put away the complicated cooking gadgets: a wheat- and gluten-free diet for your kids just got easier! All the recipes in this completely revised second edition are simple to make for busy parents on the go, and they conform to new gluten-free guidelines. Written by celiac-disease authority Connie Sarros, the recipes run the gamut from simple treats to hearty meals and are sure to please your child without sacrificing nutrition! Includes Casein-free options and nutritional breakdowns for all recipes Tips on how to read labels and packages to be sure that ingredients are gluten-free Hints on meal planning and cooking basics Simple dishes that even kids can make for themselves
Category: Cooking

Gluten Free Hassle Free Second Edition

Author : Marlisa Brown
ISBN : 9781936303588
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 73.98 MB
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Offers guidance on adopting a gluten-free diet, including recipes, meal plans, shopping and safe food lists, international dining out cards and strategies for modifying favorite foods to make them gluten-free. (Nutrition)
Category: Cooking

Celiac Creations For Multiple Food Allergies

Author : June Ramey
ISBN : 9781622875207
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 62.92 MB
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This cookbook is free of gluten, sugar, dairy, soy, peanut, tree nut, artificial sweeteners, and alcohol, and provides delicious, original family recipes for people with multiple food allergies. Those who suffer from Celiac Disease or gluten intolerance, ADHD/ADD and Candida will benefit from these innovative, natural food recipes. Using healthy fats and plant-based sweeteners with a low glycemic index, this book offers guilt-free, healthy alternatives for comfort foods such as bread, ice cream, cakes and other desserts. These child-approved recipes were also tested on people with no known allergies with glowing feedback. The most common response was, "Yum!" While this book was written with the novice cook in mind, experienced chefs will also appreciate the beauty, texture and rich flavor these recipes offer. Food should be fun and satisfying. We believe this cookbook provides the opportunity to enjoy food once again. Gluten-free, Dairy-free, Soy-free, Peanut-free, Sugar-free, Celiac, ADHD/ADD, Candida, Multiple allergies
Category: Cooking

What Nurses Know Gluten Free Lifestyle

Author : Sylvia A. Llewelyn Bower, RN
ISBN : 1617050520
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 85.69 MB
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User-friendly, evidence-based advice for living a healthy gluten-free lifestyle. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with celiac disease or has a sensitivity or allergy to gluten, What Nurses Know: Gluten-Free Lifestyle provides the clear, science-backed information necessary to live and eat safely and well. As a registered nurse living with celiac disease, Sylvia Llewelyn Bower understands how challenging it can be to know what to eat and what to avoid, how to set up a gluten-free kitchen, what to watch for in medications, and how to safely dine out and travel. Here, she cuts through the confusion and offers clear, practical advice and tips for dealing with the every day issues and challenges of living gluten free. Youíll find: Quick-reference lists of gluten-free foods and those that contain gluten What you need to know about reading labels A one-week healing meal plan of simple, delicious, and nutritious gluten-free dishes to help you get started Ways to help a child live gluten free How to get the nutrients and vitamins you need and prevent weight gain from too many gluten-free packaged foods Advice to help you stay gluten free while traveling and eating out What Nurses Know: Gluten-Free Lifestyle takes the guesswork out of living gluten free. About the Series Nurses constantly straddle the line between the world of medicine and the patientís experience. This series offers down-to-earth, evidence-based advice from expert nurses who offer straightforward and practical guidance for dealing with all kinds of medical conditions.
Category: Health & Fitness

The Gluten Free Revolution

Author : Jax Peters Lowell
ISBN : 9780805099546
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 60.83 MB
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An expanded, revised, and exhaustively updated 20th anniversary edition of the book that fired the first shot—a comprehensive and entertaining guide to living gluten-free Way ahead of its time, the original edition of this book, Against the Grain, was the first book of its kind: a funny, supportive, and absolutely essential handbook for gluten-free living. With two successful editions and countless devoted fans, this book has helped thousands of gluten-free readers follow their diets with creativity, resourcefulness, and, always, good humor. The Gluten-Free Revolution is fully revised and updated with the newest resources and information, and is packed with authoritative, practical advice for every aspect of living without gluten. With her signature wit and style, Lowell guides readers through the intricacies of shopping; understanding labels, from cosmetics to prescription drugs; strategies for eating out happily and preparing food safely at home; advice about combining gluten-free eating with any other diet, like gluten-free-paleo and gluten-free-dairy-free; negotiating complicated emotional and interpersonal reactions to your new diet; and includes fabulous gluten-free recipes from the best chefs in the world, including Thomas Keller, Rick Bayless, Alice Waters, Bobby Flay, and Nigella Lawson, among many others. The Gluten-Free Revolution remains the ultimate and indispensable resource for navigating your gluten-free life.
Category: Health & Fitness

Cooking For Your Gluten Free Teen

Author : Sarah Berghoff McClure
ISBN : 9781449431341
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 84.39 MB
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Sarah Berghoff McClure practically grew up in the kitchens of Chicago’s historic Berghoff Restaurant, where wheat-filled German-American favorites such as schnitzels, spaetzles, strudels, and rye bread are staples. When Sarah was diagnosed with Celiac disease, she thought her days of eating her favorite pizzas, pastas, and pastries with her friends were over. Her mother, Carlyn Berghoff, chef/owner of the Berghoff Restaurant, stepped in, and together, she and Sarah began creating gluten-free versions of kid and teen-friendly foods that Sarah could enjoy. Cooking for Your Gluten-Free Teen offers a unique perspective on living gluten-free from not only someone living with gluten-intolerance, but also from a parent who is also a chef, and a doctor, Susan Nelson, who specializes in treating teens and others with Celiac disease. • Carlyn sets up a gluten-free kitchen checklist and gives tips on how the whole family can switch to gluten-free eating and loving it. • Sarah discusses what it’s like to grow up with Celiac disease, as well as how to live a healthy gluten-free lifestyle without feeling singled out at parties or when eating out, and without missing out on the foods teens love. • Dr. Nelson discusses the symptoms and diagnosis of Celiac disease and gluten intolerance and tells stories about her patients, who tested and resoundingly approved the recipes in the book. Cooking for Your Gluten-Free Teen is filled with more than 100 recipes and helpful tips on everything from the top foods that gluten-intolerant teens crave, to converting family favorite recipes to make them gluten-free, as well as strategies for packing healthy and delicious lunches and snacks. Straightforward tables and lists of naturally gluten-free foods, gluten-laden foods to avoid, and secret sources of gluten are also included, as is a take-along game plan for kids and adults when they are out and about. With teen and family favorites such as Pizza and Mac 'n' Cheese, Grilled Cheese, Sweet Potato Fries, Almond Streusel Coffee Cake, and more, Cooking for Your Gluten-Free Teen proves that teens and their families don’t have to sacrifice to eat gluten free.
Category: Cooking

My Journey With Food

Author : Michel Rabu
ISBN : 9781460263495
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 87.14 MB
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Michel's focus on healthy lifestyle culminated in this book, hoping to influence people to take the time to cook healthy fresh food. He believes making meals should return to being a social and family event. Understanding the busy and hectic lives of his modern audience, Michel's recipes ensure simplicity without compromising flavour. Each meal is conscientiously designed to be cost-effective and quick to prepare, allowing any cooking enthusiast to spend more time with their family while still ensuring they all eat nutritious and delicious meals....
Category: Cooking