Diet is a huge priority for anyone living with Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis. The authors provide crucial guidance for families, friends and caregivers too in helping to manage IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease) symptoms.
This updated second edition, in a very informative and easy-to-understand manner, provides all the necessary guidelines regarding the specific foods that might cause problems, as well as delicious and nutritious recipes that can be enjoyed without compromising this difficult condition.
The reliable answers from one of North America's top gastroenterology teams cover everything from the facts, causes and symptoms of IBD to the latest and most relevant information on drug therapies and surgical therapies -- in an easy-to-understand format.
With its informative charts and graphs the additional 25 new recipes provide sumptuous breakfast ideas like Banana Cinnamon Quinoa Waffles, comfort foods like Old-Fashioned Tuna Noodle Casserole and vegetarian favorites like Slow Cooker Squash Couscous.
Breakfasts, Breads and Muffins
Snacks and Beverages
Meat and Poultry
Fish and Seafood
Vegetarian and Vegan Entrees
Pasta and Side Dishes
[Review for previous edition: ] A valuable resource to dietitians and other health professionals who care for patients with IBD.--Cathy Alberda, MSc, RD"Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of Canada" (01/01/2012) [Review for previous edition: ] Crohn's disease is an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) that causes inflammation of the lining of the digestive tract. Colitis is also inflammation but is inflammation of the large intestine. Both can be debilitating and very painful. One effective way of treatment is through diet. The authors, experts in gastrointestinal issues at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto, Canada, offer patients and families ways to cope with the dreaded disease in Crohn's and Colitis Diet Guide. Their explanation and diagrams are thorough and well researched. As well, the information is presented in lay terms so that anyone can understand it. The recipes include gentle ingredients as well as explanations why a specific ingredient is used. For example, the recipe for Turkey Apple Meatloaf calls for oat bran. The reason it is used is because oat bran's "gelling" properties help to form loose stool. Because of this desirable effect, many low-residue diets include oats and oat products despite the increased fiber content. Each recipe also comes with a nutrient table covering calories, fat, fiber, protein and carbohydrates. I believe that Crohn's and Colitis Diet Guide would be well worth having by anyone that is stricken with these diseases or for anyone that has to cook for a victim. The recipes are simple and the ingredients could be found in any pantry or local grocery store. But, more so the authors' information is an added resource for those already with some knowledge.--Irene Watson"Reader Views" (02/14/2011)
Number Of Pages: 256
Published: 1st June 2014
Publisher: Robert Rose Inc
Country of Publication: CA
Dimensions (cm): 25.4 x 17.9 x 1.8
Weight (kg): 0.61
Edition Number: 2