Fun With Gluten Free/Low Glycemic Food Cookbook by Debbie Johnson

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Every single recipe in this book covers all three issues at the same time and are still incredibly yummy, satisfying, and fulfilling. None of the recipes use corn, soy – except for one special, safe, non-GMO, very easy-to-digest liquid form – or even rice (high-glycemic), or flour of any kind. Delicious dairy-free alternatives are also given. Very few allergens are used, and alternatives given for most known allergens, including certain recipes that give alternatives to tree nuts.

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The recipes in this ebook have been helpful for people with everything from celiac disease and diabetes to IBS (irritable bowel syndrome). Also, every recipe in this book contains “healing” food of some type. This is according to the many books written by doctors who are experts in the field of nutrition.

Eating the way this book suggests: lots of veggies hidden in wonderful flavors, and very low-glycemic, combined with steady, regular exercise, has helped some people get off insulin and lead healthier, more energetic lives. Articles abound about people who have eaten lots of vegetables and fruits, fiber and protein and exercised several times a week and have gotten off insulin.

This ebook has nothing to do with weight loss. This is about adding foods to your life that have been shown to help heal or prevent disease. The ebook has helped people to:

Debbie Johnson, best-selling author of Think Yourself Thin also wrote a “Natural Recipe” Column for The Edge Magazine. She shares ALL of her gluten-free, diabetic-friendly recipes with you. They were developed over several decades of dedicated work to insure flavor, originality and best of all, simplicity!

Plus, Debbie has developed recipes especially for this book. You will be the first to see them and try them to your delight, as well as your family’s and guest’s.

People who eat this way often find they are actually reversing the way they look and feel. Also, “the recipes in this book are easier to digest” according to Scott Myron Cheshaek, L.Ac, because of the combination of ingredients, and preparation style.

These recipes came about due to Debbie’s own personal health challenges. “I had something like chronic fatigue; just no energy, so my doctor told me I had to stop eating sugar or any sweetener at all for a whole year!” Debbie says. “I could eat non-nutritive sweetener, but I liked using natural sweeteners, like Stevia. Unfortunately, Stevia has an aftertaste. So I had to find a way to get things to taste like I was being bad and eating sweets, which I truly loved!

“When I was young, my mother was on Weight Watchers® and I would do everything I could to make her happy (yes, I had a desperate need for her approval) But I also loved cooking for special diets even back then. Now I had to do it for myself! So I invented a blend of Stevia and something else, which you’ll learn in my book, that made…

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