Eating for IBS: 175 Delicious, Nutritious, Low-Fat, Low-Residue Recipes to Stabilize the Touchiest Tummy Paperback – Nov 13 2000
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We are pleased to announce that Eating for IBS has been named a finalist for the IACP (International Association of Culinary Professionals) Health and Special Diet Award for 2000.
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The author's sage advice about various fiber supplements and their individual characteristics would be worth the purchase price. (Reviewers who complained that her diet doesn't work for IBS with constipation must not be following her advice about incorporating fiber supplements; I don't see how they could possibly remain blocked up under the regime she outlines.) On top of that, the recipes are great. I love food and cooking and had despaired of ever having fun in the kitchen again -- always worried that what I was putting in my mouth was going to cause great suffering an hour or two later. Playing around with Heather's recipes has brought back the old thrill, and it's stuff the whole family can eat without suspecting it's some kind of special diet.Read more ›
Don't be fooled by potions and pills that claim a cure for IBS. Believe me, I've tried them all and "Eating for IBS" is the only cure. Yes, I said cure!!! Not relief but a cure for all who suffer from IBS.
I know many people say they found relief within days, but it doesn't work that quickly for everyone. Do not be discouraged if it takes a few weeks, or even months, to get better. The effort will be WELL worth it.
I haven't even scratched the surface with all the wonderful recipes in this book, but the ones I've tried have been fantastic. The Chocolate Applesauce Cake alone was well worth buying the book for!
> I was never given any information on how to handle IBS. I was given
> pills for the pain. But, the pills did not fix the problem. Then I
> was hospitalized a number of times due to excrutiating pain that
> rendered me unable to walk or talk. Again I was told the same thing -
> "take these pills - you have IBS".
> The last time I became that ill was in November of 2002. I refused to
> go to the hospital and be put on demerol for days. After I recovered
> I went on line and found your book. I ordered it right away. I felt
> as if you'd been following me around in order to write this book! You
> described my pain and medical experiences perfectly! Since November I
> have not been hospitalized even once and have taken very few Donnatals
> (it use to be a daily thing). I feel like a new woman! I have my
> life back! I am happy. I can eat!!! In fact, now I'd like to lose
> about 10 pounds! I think I've eaten too many graham crackers and
> pretzels! I didn't know I could drink Citrucel daily - I thought it
> was a laxative! I learned so much from your book. My family has even
> gotten use to how I eat now and they have quit proding me to eat the things I know I
> shouldn't eat.
> In fact, I feel so good that I sometimes forget what I shouldn't eat.
> A couple of times my husband stopped me from biting into something
> that I shouldn't eat - usually something with nuts!Read more ›
Most recent customer reviews
the book was punctured on the front page and some other pages as well. I was disappointed with the state of this item.Published 4 months ago by Judit Kovari
Great info and recipies. Wish there was a updated version to include newer food guidelines and info about IBS. Basic info excellent, though!Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
I wouldn't recommend this book as it contains out of date information and promotes sugar consumption. Read morePublished on Feb. 28 2014 by Miss Terie
The author concentrates on vegetarian or vegan lifestyle. IBS symptons are difficult enough to live with without having to forego the occasional treat of a small piece of chicken... Read morePublished on Aug. 27 2013 by Geoffrey Cox
The information is outdated.
States that coconut milk is bad for you, and all coconut oil, which we now know is fantastic. Read more
Heather Van Vorous writes the most comprehensive and accessible guides to managing IBS, and understanding the causes of IBS, available today. Read morePublished on May 28 2004
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