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Eat Well, Live Well With IBS

High Fibre Recipes And Tips

by (author) Susanna Holt Dr.

Whitecap Books
Initial publish date
Feb 2011
  • Paperback / softback

    Publish Date
    Feb 2011
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Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a painful, awkward and debilitating condition that affects the nerves and muscles of millions of North Americans. In fact, IBS is second only to the common cold in causing missed days from work. Thankfully, there are ways to manage and relieve the symptoms of this agonizing disorder: stress-relief, exercise and a healthful, selective diet. Eat Well, Live Well with IBS: High Fibre Recipes And Tips includes simple and delicious high-fiber recipes that will appeal to everyone's appetite.

The Eat Well, Live Well series provides information for people with special dietary needs.

  • Each title includes an introduction written by a prominent dietitian that will help facilitate living with a specific condition and diet.
  • Alongside the more than 100 easy and delicious recipes in each book are easy-to-follow tips about treating, diagnosing and ultimately living comfortably with the particular disorder.
  • A list of common symptoms helps identify digestive troubles.
  • There are also lists of foods that should be avoided and recommended foods that ensure a balanced diet is attained.

A nutrition table accompanies every recipe, ensuring that the body is provided with adequate fuel and nourishment. Each book contains sections on: Living with the disorder Desserts Breakfast Baking Snacks, light meals and sides Basics Main meals.

Ultimately, the goal of the Eat Well, Live Well series is to provide specially tailored recipes that are fast, fresh and appetizing, and suitable for everyday eating as well as special occasions. The recipes are designed to satisfy the whole family, eliminating the need to cook separate meals to cater to special dietary demands.

About the author

Contributor Notes

Karen Kingham
Is an accredited practicing dietitian with more than 15 years of clinical and research experience in the field of nutrition. She has worked in a wide range of nutrition areas, providing advice to adults and children with special nutrition needs.