The Crohn's Disease Cookbook: 100 Recipes and 2 Weeks of Meal Plans to Relieve Symptoms (Paperback)
Find relief from pain and inflammation with this complete Crohn's disease cookbook
Whether you've been recently diagnosed with Crohn's disease or have been living with it for some time, a well-balanced, specialized diet can be invaluable for healing. Unlike other Crohns disease books, The Crohn's Disease Cookbook can help you manage symptoms and flare-ups while enjoying mouthwatering meals with nutrient-rich, fresh ingredients.
From tangy Lemon Chicken to classic Shepherd's Pie, this complete Crohn's Disease cookbook (and two-week meal plan) delivers everything you need to start feeling better every day. Personalize your approach to eating with symptom tracking, shopping lists for stocking an IBD-friendly kitchen, and more. Eating well and feeling your best while managing your condition is clearer and easier with one of the most comprehensive Crohns disease books.
This standout among Crohns disease books features:
- 100 Soothing recipes—Discover dozens of delicious ways to manage Crohn's Disease, including detailed tips for boosting nutrition and making dishes gentler on the system.
- Customized plans—Get expert guidance on what to eat and avoid, plus two weekly meal plans to address eating for flare-ups and remission.
- The latest science—Explore the most up-to-date data available for treating IBD and the effects of food on symptoms in this essential selection within Crohns disease books.
Go beyond other Crohns disease books with this all-in-one cookbook for people living with Crohn's disease.
About the Author
AMANDA FOOTE, RD, is a registered dietitian and author with experience in long-term care nutrition, private practice medical nutrition therapy, and commercial menu development. Amanda has a bachelor’s degree in dietetics from the University of Northern Colorado.
“The Crohn's Disease Cookbook is an excellent resource that provides science-based nutrition education and delicious recipes for managing Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Amanda’s expertise as a clinical dietitian nutritionist will empower you to nurture your overall well-being and thrive beyond Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Managing Crohn’s Disease can feel isolating, but with Amanda’s guidance you will feel supported as you take control of your symptoms and rediscover the joy of eating!” —Alice Figueroa, MPH, RDN, Natural Foods Chef
“Getting a diagnosis of Crohn's can be hard enough to navigate on it's own. Figuring out where to start and what to eat can be an even greater challenge. This book is a great starting point for anyone trying to figure out what foods work best for them!” —Ashley Hurst, MS, RD, LD