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Eating for Gastroparesis 100 Low-fat, Low-fiber, High-protein Recipes And Essential Advice for Maintaining a Healthy Weight.

Author: Beth Schuman
Publisher: Marlowe & Co 2008.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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About 8 million Americans live with gastroparesis, a disabling neurological condition that causes serious weight loss and other immobilizing symptoms. The only way to alleviate the symptoms and maintain a healthy weight is to adhere to a highly specialized diet. Now, in "Eating for Gastroparesis, author Beth Schuman, who has lived with gastroparesis for 12 years, offers an invaluable resource for all those who  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Beth Schuman
ISBN: 9781569243664 1569243662
OCLC Number: 144560312

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About 8 million Americans live with gastroparesis, a disabling neurological condition that causes serious weight loss and other immobilizing symptoms. The only way to alleviate the symptoms and maintain a healthy weight is to adhere to a highly specialized diet. Now, in "Eating for Gastroparesis, author Beth Schuman, who has lived with gastroparesis for 12 years, offers an invaluable resource for all those who suffer from the condition. Split into two user-friendly sections, "Eating for Gastroparesis first provides vital information on symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, necessary lifestyle changes, nutrition, and much more. The second section offers 150 nutritious, tasty recipes, ranging from breakfast to dessert, and features helpful guidelines for adjusting recipes to suit individual needs. Complete with detailed menu plans and an extensive resource section, "Eating for Gastroparesis is a must-have book for all those coping with this condition.

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