By the authors of "Lose Wheat, Lose Weight" this is a detox plan which takes into account food intolerance. It includes 60 low fat seasonal recipes suitable for the food sensitive and a selection of three-week detox programmes and a maintenance programme to keep fit and well for life. For the one in four of us who suffers from food intolerances, symptoms can be quite debilitating: bloating, headaches, skin conditions, tiredness, and digestive discomfort. With more and more people in the UK seeking a better diet and healthier lifestyle, there has never been a better time to learn about the measures you can take to detox your body and avoid wheat, gluten, yeast and dairy products which might be affecting your health. In this book, cookery writer Antoinette Saville and nutritionist Dawn Hamilton show you the benefits of cleansing your system. With general advice on how to detox as well as specific pointers for food intolerance sufferers, you can learn how to regain lost energy, improve your mood, cleanse your system after Christmas, Easter and the New Year and maintain the great new you. With over 60 seasonal recipes for every occasion, energy exercises derived from the ancient arts of Yoga, Tai Chi and Qi Gong, effective detox and maintenance plans with helpful tips and advice, the authros explain why a healthy diet means a healthy mind, and how and why you should think more carefuly about what you eat and the steps you can take to feel great.
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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 and Lose Wheat, Lose Weight. She is committed to creating delicious recipes for allergy sufferers. She has launched a successful website and range of gluten-free foods. Antoinette is well-known to the Coeliac Society (42,000 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.Review:
'Most diet books are written by nutritionists who know very little about cooking. The great thing about Antoinette Savill 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
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Book Description Thorsons, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0007133995