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COOK YOUR WAY TO HEALTH

Heal Your Body From the Inside Out!

This gluten-free, dairy-free healthy cookbook is for everyone, not just those needing special diets.

These easy to make healthy recipes have no sugar, no white flour, no bad fat and 208 pages of recipes and charts. Use these healthy recipes to address Autoimmune disease such as diabetes and arthritis, and all other diseases, as we will be rebuilding the cells in the body with whole unadulterated foods that heal and satisfy.

All designed by a Registered Holistic Nutritionist, this book gives you the nutrients needed to build immunity, increase energy, lose weight, reduce and eliminate symptoms, and more.

You'll love the nutritional facts and quotes on each page, and the protein, fiber, carbohydrate and ideal diet charts, as well as the glossary of healing foods.

This book is available as a PDF Ebook or hard cover book and it would make a great present; gift it for Christmas, birthdays, wedding gifts, shower gifts, food lover gift, anywhere a nutrition gift is needed.

Lay flat, coil bound, easy to read print, with 22 color photos, this healthy cooking book is a National Best Seller.

Cook Your Way to Health is a must for busy people who want simple to make recipes that build health. Blender Pancakes with whole grains in a jiffy, Sliced Potato Pizza, Chicken Fingers, Turkey Sausage Patties, Chickpea Curry, Take a Walk on the Wild Side Salad, Fudgicles, Jack Cheese (no dairy), Japanese Quinoa Salad... and the now famous Eatmore Protein Bars!

GLUTEN FREE COOKING

The recipes in this book focus on gluten-free cooking that is high quality healing nutrition as well. Most gluten-free cookbooks are about making foods that avoid gluten, and continue to use unhealthy ingredients such as white rice flour, potato starch, tapioca flour, sugars, and questionable fats.

While these less than ideal foods may not immediately bother the celiac or gluten sensitive person, they do NOTHING to improve the health and the immune system of the body.

Also, many of these popular gluten free books spend a lot of time teaching you how to educate yourself to avoid many processed foods that contain added ingredients that have a wheat base or gluten containing additives. I have used whole foods, for the most part, in this book.

This book teaches you to use high quality, nutrient dense foods to stock your kitchen, cook with, and rebuild your health, from the cells up, rather than just avoiding gluten. There is a big difference. Individuals with gluten sensitivity do, firstly, need to avoid gluten, but doesn’t it make sense, if you are changing your entire diet, to go for the best?

I encourage anyone with a health challenge of any kind, to consider building their immunity using whole, high quality foods, and healing and repairing all the cells of the body. Believe me, this reduces or eliminates the symptoms of most diseases.

Gluten, much higher in our modern wheat than in the past, flattens the villi of the bowel. It is best for everyone to limit their intake of gluten.

Grains containing gluten are: wheat (including couscous and bulgar), rye, barley, spelt, kamut, oats and triticale. Gluten free grains are: quinoa, buckwheat, millet, amaranth, corn, brown rice, wild rice, teff.

To avoid gluten:

1. Make casseroles with gluten free grains e.g. brown rice or quinoa, and substitute these for any bread or flour products for the carbohydrate portion of your meal.

2. Use brown rice crackers, corn or other gluten free grain crackers in place of wheat crackers. Read ingredient list to ensure they are whole grain and not made with white rice, etc.

3. Choose snacks like raw nuts and seeds, or recipes for roasted nut and/or seed snacks, and dips such as Chickpea Spread with veggies or corn chips.

4. To bake without gluten: Buy whole grain flours such as buckwheat, brown rice and millet from the fridge section at your health food store, or grind your own in the blender and sift out any chunks (use for cereal). You need to use 1 Tbsp. of guar gum to each cup of flour when baking to help keep the product from being crumbly.

For example: 1 Tbsp. guar gum plus 1 cup buckwheat flour = 1 cup wheat flour. I like to use small amounts of brown rice or millet flour (e.g. 1/2 cup mixed with buckwheat flour). It seems to make a nicer texture in muffins etc.

Many purchased foods contain gluten. If you are very sensitive, you need to read labels carefully.

DAIRY FREE COOKING

● Substitute any nut or other milk (e.g. rice or almond) in any recipe that calls for cow’s milk

● Eliminate all cheese and use vegan cheeses. Read labels of these as well to ensure there is no casein or whey (milk proteins) added. Rice (contains a small amount of dairy) and soy parmesan are available to substitute for dairy parmesan. Yeast flakes in some recipes can give a cheese like flavour

● Make Ghee (clarified butter) as a substitute for butter, or use coconut oil in baking and for sautéing.

Processed foods often have some dairy added. Read labels carefully if you are quite sensitive, and avoid buying bulk baking where there is no list of ingredients provided.

Be sure to check out the rest of my healing books and handmade quilts!

https://www.etsy.com/shop/eatawayillness

Note: This is a Digital Download PDF Book. No physical product will be delivered. You will receive your PDF file to download your book once payment is received.
COOK YOUR WAY TO HEALTH

Heal Your Body From the Inside Out!

This gluten-free, dairy-free healthy cookbook is for everyone, not just those needing special diets.

These easy to make healthy recipes have no sugar, no white flour, no bad fat and 208 pages of recipes and charts. Use these healthy recipes to address Autoimmune disease such as diabetes and arthritis, and all other diseases, as we will be rebuilding the cells in the body with whole unadulterated foods that heal and satisfy.

All designed by a Registered Holistic Nutritionist, this book gives you the nutrients needed to build immunity, increase energy, lose weight, reduce and eliminate symptoms, and more.

You'll love the nutritional facts and quotes on each page, and the protein, fiber, carbohydrate and ideal diet charts, as well as the glossary of healing foods.

This book is available as a PDF Ebook or hard cover book and it would make a great present; gift it for Christmas, birthdays, wedding gifts, shower gifts, food lover gift, anywhere a nutrition gift is needed.

Lay flat, coil bound, easy to read print, with 22 color photos, this healthy cooking book is a National Best Seller.

Cook Your Way to Health is a must for busy people who want simple to make recipes that build health. Blender Pancakes with whole grains in a jiffy, Sliced Potato Pizza, Chicken Fingers, Turkey Sausage Patties, Chickpea Curry, Take a Walk on the Wild Side Salad, Fudgicles, Jack Cheese (no dairy), Japanese Quinoa Salad... and the now famous Eatmore Protein Bars!

GLUTEN FREE COOKING

The recipes in this book focus on gluten-free cooking that is high quality healing nutrition as well. Most gluten-free cookbooks are about making foods that avoid gluten, and continue to use unhealthy ingredients such as white rice flour, potato starch, tapioca flour, sugars, and questionable fats.

While these less than ideal foods may not immediately bother the celiac or gluten sensitive person, they do NOTHING to improve the health and the immune system of the body.

Also, many of these popular gluten free books spend a lot of time teaching you how to educate yourself to avoid many processed foods that contain added ingredients that have a wheat base or gluten containing additives. I have used whole foods, for the most part, in this book.

This book teaches you to use high quality, nutrient dense foods to stock your kitchen, cook with, and rebuild your health, from the cells up, rather than just avoiding gluten. There is a big difference. Individuals with gluten sensitivity do, firstly, need to avoid gluten, but doesn’t it make sense, if you are changing your entire diet, to go for the best?

I encourage anyone with a health challenge of any kind, to consider building their immunity using whole, high quality foods, and healing and repairing all the cells of the body. Believe me, this reduces or eliminates the symptoms of most diseases.

Gluten, much higher in our modern wheat than in the past, flattens the villi of the bowel. It is best for everyone to limit their intake of gluten.

Grains containing gluten are: wheat (including couscous and bulgar), rye, barley, spelt, kamut, oats and triticale. Gluten free grains are: quinoa, buckwheat, millet, amaranth, corn, brown rice, wild rice, teff.

To avoid gluten:

1. Make casseroles with gluten free grains e.g. brown rice or quinoa, and substitute these for any bread or flour products for the carbohydrate portion of your meal.

2. Use brown rice crackers, corn or other gluten free grain crackers in place of wheat crackers. Read ingredient list to ensure they are whole grain and not made with white rice, etc.

3. Choose snacks like raw nuts and seeds, or recipes for roasted nut and/or seed snacks, and dips such as Chickpea Spread with veggies or corn chips.

4. To bake without gluten: Buy whole grain flours such as buckwheat, brown rice and millet from the fridge section at your health food store, or grind your own in the blender and sift out any chunks (use for cereal). You need to use 1 Tbsp. of guar gum to each cup of flour when baking to help keep the product from being crumbly.

For example: 1 Tbsp. guar gum plus 1 cup buckwheat flour = 1 cup wheat flour. I like to use small amounts of brown rice or millet flour (e.g. 1/2 cup mixed with buckwheat flour). It seems to make a nicer texture in muffins etc.

Many purchased foods contain gluten. If you are very sensitive, you need to read labels carefully.

DAIRY FREE COOKING

● Substitute any nut or other milk (e.g. rice or almond) in any recipe that calls for cow’s milk

● Eliminate all cheese and use vegan cheeses. Read labels of these as well to ensure there is no casein or whey (milk proteins) added. Rice (contains a small amount of dairy) and soy parmesan are available to substitute for dairy parmesan. Yeast flakes in some recipes can give a cheese like flavour

● Make Ghee (clarified butter) as a substitute for butter, or use coconut oil in baking and for sautéing.

Processed foods often have some dairy added. Read labels carefully if you are quite sensitive, and avoid buying bulk baking where there is no list of ingredients provided.

Be sure to check out the rest of my healing books and handmade quilts!

https://www.etsy.com/shop/eatawayillness

Note: This is a Digital Download PDF Book. No physical product will be delivered. You will receive your PDF file to download your book once payment is received.

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