This groundbreaking health and diet bestseller from the number one names in special diets cookery and nutrition explains how food intolerances can affect our weight and general wellbeing. With a nutrition plan and 60 delicious recipes, this book shows you how cutting out wheat could be the route to health and weight loss for you.
Eating wheat can cause a wide range of health problems, such as bloating, headaches, skin disorders, digestive discomfort and needless weight gain. Cutting out wheat can relieve these symptoms and also lead to healthy weight loss.
However, the modern diet means most of us eat wheat with every meal, making it very hard to cut it out and feel the benefits.
This practical book, which has already helped thousands of readers overcome food intolerance-related health problems, gives you simple steps to make it easier to follow a wheat-free diet and lose weight.
Includes: • a full explanation of why wheat-free works • wheat’s connection to different symptoms, sugar sensitivity and cravings • case histories from people whose health has changed for the better after switching to wheat-free
With 60 delicious recipes to make it easy to fit wheat-free into your everyday life.
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‘The great thing about Antoinette is that she is a cookery writer who got into writing about food intolerance after discovering that she herself was a sufferer. You can confidently recommend any of her books.’ THE BOOKSELLER
‘Positive proof that food intolerances do not mean you have to miss out on delicious treats.’ Susan Clark, THE SUNDAY TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE
‘This book…can make going wheat-free a lot easier.’
Matt Lovell, nutritionist, writing for NOW
Antoinette Savill is a Glenfiddich award-winning cookery writer who suffers from multiple food allergies and is the author of The Gluten, Wheat and Dairy Free Cookbook. She is commited to creating delicious recipes for allergy sufferers so cooking and eating can be a joyful and unrestrained experience. She is launching a special Wheat-Watchers website to support this book
Antoinette is the new cookery advisor to the Coeliac Society (42,000 members) with a column in their newsletter. She will be teaching cookery classes countrywide to members.
Dawn Hamilton Ph.D. was trained as a nutritional therapist by Patrick Holford. She also has a PhD in psychology from Cranfield University – where she specialised in effective ways of eliminating stress and promoting health. Dawn works with a wide range of personal development and complementary therapies.
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Book Description Thorsons, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0007106459
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