Eating for Gastroparesis: 100 Low-Fat, Low-Fiber, High-Protein Recipes and Essential Advice for Maintaining a Healthy Weight (Paperback)
About 8 million Americans live with gastroparesis, a disabling gastrointestinal condition that results in serious weight loss and other challenging symptoms. One way to minimize symptoms and maximize calories is to make lifestyle changes and diet modifications. Now, in Eating for Gastroparesis, author Beth Schuman, who has lived with gastroparesis for 12 years, offers an invaluable resource for those who suffer from the condition. Split into two user-friendly sections, Eating for Gastroparesis first provides vital information on symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, lifestyle changes, nutrition, and much more. The second section includes information on commercial liquid nutrition products plus 100 nutritious, tasty recipes, ranging from drinks and smoothies to soups, entrees, and desserts. With an extensive resource section, Eating for Gastroparesis is a must-have book for all those coping with this condition.
About the Author
Beth Schuman is freelance writer whose work has appeared in several literary journals and has recieved two Pushcart Prize nominations. She lives in Camden, Maine.