A new edition of this popular nutritional plan to ease IBS brings the book onto the health rather than the cookery shelves. A simple nutritional plan and 60 delicious recipes provide sufferers - an estimated one in three of the population - with the means to treat this painful condition naturally. Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is often the result of a basic food intolerance and can often flare up at times of stress. Diet is one of the best ways of getting the condition under control and improving quality of life for sufferers.Written by a medical doctor (and Telegraph columnist) and a well-known special diets cookery writer, this practical health guide provides IBS sufferers with a complete nutritional plan and 60 delicious and easy recipes to deal with IBS and digestive pain the natural way.Contains all of the mainstream medical information in an easy-to-read style, as well as the low-down on the full range of effective complementary health treatments available.The book also outlines the common `trigger' foods that cause IBS to flare up, such as alcohol, caffeine, dairy and wheat. Readers are encouraged to focus on different food ranges to help them identify their own personal IBS triggers, making this a long-term treatment plan.
Dr Sarah Brewer is a qualified M.D. and a respected health writer and one of the UK's best known media doctors. She has a column in the Telegraph plus regular features in several top health & lifestyle magazines.Michelle Berriedale-Johnson was originally a caterer, later becoming a journalist and food writer. Her interest in special diets began when her son was diagnosed dairy intolerant. She now runs her own special foods business as well as popular digestive health magazine The Inside Story. Her Everyday Wheat-Free Cookbook has been a bestseller for Grub Street.