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Why do people living with cancer recommend this product?

Love it! This is a beautifully presented book, with many easy to follow, fairly simple, recipes which shouldn't stretch even the most challenged cook. The rather more adventurous are also catered for, with some slightly more advanced meals featured, although none of the recipes are difficult.The introduction is full of well written, easy to understand, information on the problems of a sensitive gut. This may be well trodden ground for those who have lived with, and understood, their condition for many years; but could be invaluable for those who are newly diagnosed, or simply seeking answers to their problems.

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About Cooking For The Sensitive Gut

Cooking For The Sensitive Gut is an invaluable resource when you’re first starting out on your ostomy journey. Full of simple, delicious recipes that help to calm your bowels, plus helpful dietary advice from nutritional experts on how to stay healthy when some foods just don’t agree with you.

  • Easy to follow recipes and nutritional tips that can help you to increase the range of foods you feel comfortable eating
  • Originally written for people suffering with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), the principles and recipes within the book are applicable to anyone with a sensitive digestion
  • Written by experts in the field of nutrition, Dr Joan Ransley and Dr Nick Read

About the authors

Dr Nick Read is a gastroenterologist and a psychotherapist. For many years he was Professor of Human Nutrition and Gastrointestinal Physiology at Sheffield University before becoming Professor of Integrated Medicine. He is the Chair and Medical Adviser for The IBS Network, an independent charity that supports, informs and advises people with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and facilitates the concept of self care of IBS in the community.

Dr Joan Ranslet is a nutrionist, cook, food writer and honorary lecturer in Nutrition at the University of Leeds. She is an active member of the Guild of Food Writers, and writes a column on food, nutrition and cookery in the Yorkshire Post.

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Customer Reviews

  1. Easy and tasty

    Jim taylorTuesday, 18 December 2018

    Great cookbook, easy to follow, tasty recipes.