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The Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook offers readers and foods lovers a new and in-depth look at foods found in their whole form and how to prepare them. Learn to prepare foods that promote optimal health, decrease inflammation, prevent disease, and energize your body. There are over 200 delicious, nourishing recipes in this cookbook that will delight your taste buds and satis The Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook offers readers and foods lovers a new and in-depth look at foods found in their whole form and how to prepare them. Learn to prepare foods that promote optimal health, decrease inflammation, prevent disease, and energize your body. There are over 200 delicious, nourishing recipes in this cookbook that will delight your taste buds and satisfy your soul. The Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook includes: Evidence-based information on whole foods Information on food sensitivities, including ways to adapt recipes with gluten, dairy, eggs, or soy A complete guide to stocking your whole foods pantry Sweet and savory whole grain baked goods that are gluten, dairy, egg, and soy-free Scrumptious vegetarian recipes along with delicious fish, poultry, and meat recipes A schedule for introducing solid foods to infants A proven 28-day elimination and detoxification diet The Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook provides a diverse array of recipes for every taste bud and eating style. Recipes include Minty Green Smoothie, Sweet Rice Cereal, Root Vegetable Pancakes, Easy Gluten-Free Biscuits, Orange Currant Millet Bread, Quinoa Zucchini Bread, Fall Pinto Bean and Yam Soup, Creamy Butternut Squash Soup, Turkey and Wild Rice Soup, Raw Sauerkraut, Autumn Harvest Salad, Braised Kale with Garlic and Ginger, Curried Vegetables, Buckwheat Soba Noodle Salad, Thai Fried Rice, Coconut Quinoa Pilaf, Spinach and Tofu Enchiladas with Spicy Ancho Chili Sauce, Tempeh Fajitas, Lentil and Spinach Dal, Sunny Sunflower Seed Burgers, Spiced Citrus Salmon, Coconut Lime Chicken, Lemon Blueberry Pudding, Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies, Raw Chocolate Hazelnut Brownies, Zesty Lemon Tart, Decadent Chocolate Bundt Cake, and Berry Peach Iced Nut Cream. There are also recipes for healing teas, nut milks, and smoothies, as well as recipes for salad dressings, dips, and sauces. With so many recipes to choose from, the question: What's for Dinner? can easily be answered every time.


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The Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook offers readers and foods lovers a new and in-depth look at foods found in their whole form and how to prepare them. Learn to prepare foods that promote optimal health, decrease inflammation, prevent disease, and energize your body. There are over 200 delicious, nourishing recipes in this cookbook that will delight your taste buds and satis The Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook offers readers and foods lovers a new and in-depth look at foods found in their whole form and how to prepare them. Learn to prepare foods that promote optimal health, decrease inflammation, prevent disease, and energize your body. There are over 200 delicious, nourishing recipes in this cookbook that will delight your taste buds and satisfy your soul. The Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook includes: Evidence-based information on whole foods Information on food sensitivities, including ways to adapt recipes with gluten, dairy, eggs, or soy A complete guide to stocking your whole foods pantry Sweet and savory whole grain baked goods that are gluten, dairy, egg, and soy-free Scrumptious vegetarian recipes along with delicious fish, poultry, and meat recipes A schedule for introducing solid foods to infants A proven 28-day elimination and detoxification diet The Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook provides a diverse array of recipes for every taste bud and eating style. Recipes include Minty Green Smoothie, Sweet Rice Cereal, Root Vegetable Pancakes, Easy Gluten-Free Biscuits, Orange Currant Millet Bread, Quinoa Zucchini Bread, Fall Pinto Bean and Yam Soup, Creamy Butternut Squash Soup, Turkey and Wild Rice Soup, Raw Sauerkraut, Autumn Harvest Salad, Braised Kale with Garlic and Ginger, Curried Vegetables, Buckwheat Soba Noodle Salad, Thai Fried Rice, Coconut Quinoa Pilaf, Spinach and Tofu Enchiladas with Spicy Ancho Chili Sauce, Tempeh Fajitas, Lentil and Spinach Dal, Sunny Sunflower Seed Burgers, Spiced Citrus Salmon, Coconut Lime Chicken, Lemon Blueberry Pudding, Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies, Raw Chocolate Hazelnut Brownies, Zesty Lemon Tart, Decadent Chocolate Bundt Cake, and Berry Peach Iced Nut Cream. There are also recipes for healing teas, nut milks, and smoothies, as well as recipes for salad dressings, dips, and sauces. With so many recipes to choose from, the question: What's for Dinner? can easily be answered every time.

30 review for The Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook: Whole Foods Recipes for Personal and Planetary Health

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ayse_

    This is a very good simple and practical cookbook. It gives lots of information in the first 10 chapters, about nutrition, whole foods, digestive system; and also the technical part of keeping a kitchen and cooking. What I liked most about this book is the emphasis on keeping things natural (rather than just focusing on allergy-free eating). It has quite a few egg-free recipes, many raw recipes and of course many gluten and dairy-free options. I have tried not all of the recipes but the ones I tri This is a very good simple and practical cookbook. It gives lots of information in the first 10 chapters, about nutrition, whole foods, digestive system; and also the technical part of keeping a kitchen and cooking. What I liked most about this book is the emphasis on keeping things natural (rather than just focusing on allergy-free eating). It has quite a few egg-free recipes, many raw recipes and of course many gluten and dairy-free options. I have tried not all of the recipes but the ones I tried, such as the chocolate truffles, chocolate cookies, crust ideas for meat and fish and salmon with ginger lime marinade gave wonderful results. I definitely recommend this book especially if you decide to go natural and/or allergen free in your cooking. (one star off for some recipes with not so healthy (palm) or not easy to find (coconut aminos) ingredients)

  2. 5 out of 5

    Macklin R

    Cool if you like fear mongering about how "unclean foods" cause autism ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ I was looking forward to the recipes, as my chronic digestive problems are getting bad again, and I need to go on an elimination diet, but I couldn't get past the assertion that certain food groups are the root of all health issues Cool if you like fear mongering about how "unclean foods" cause autism ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ I was looking forward to the recipes, as my chronic digestive problems are getting bad again, and I need to go on an elimination diet, but I couldn't get past the assertion that certain food groups are the root of all health issues

  3. 5 out of 5

    Punk

    I skimmed the lengthy introduction (86 pages) about everything that can go wrong with your gut (everything!) and why (born by cesarean section!!) and how to fix your entire life from your bunions to your back pain (with whole foods!!!), and went right to the recipes. Then skipped the first chapter because it was all fermented foods, which I'm supposed to be avoiding, and skipped the second chapter because it was smoothies and I have a shitty blender and no desire to drink kale, though a couple o I skimmed the lengthy introduction (86 pages) about everything that can go wrong with your gut (everything!) and why (born by cesarean section!!) and how to fix your entire life from your bunions to your back pain (with whole foods!!!), and went right to the recipes. Then skipped the first chapter because it was all fermented foods, which I'm supposed to be avoiding, and skipped the second chapter because it was smoothies and I have a shitty blender and no desire to drink kale, though a couple of those looked good—the fruity ones without any cabbage, at least. So much cabbage in these smoothies. The breakfast chapter gives us: a recipe for cut up fruit in a bowl, a hundred porridges, eggs, hash, and an almond flour banana pancake that looks promising. Breads and muffins use a lot of coconut flour, as do the desserts. Lots of dates in the desserts acting as sweeteners. Other chapters include: soups, salads, whole grains, dressings and sauces, snacks, and main meals both vegetarian and with meat. Ingredients could be: brown rice flour, buckwheat flour, chia seeds, flax seed meal, almond meal, coconut flour, psyllium husks, and the usual spread of starches. Measurements are in U.S. volume. Every recipe has head notes, but storage advice is rare if nonexistent, and color photos are grouped together in batches, and there aren't very many of them for a book of this size. The index is very thorough, but despite the cover offering "over 300 delicious whole foods recipes, including gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free, and egg-free dishes" there's no way to find the *-free recipes in the book. No index of which recipes are free of what, not even an indication on the recipe itself, so this is probably of more use as a whole foods cookbook than one for free-from cooking. Especially because the author is constantly saying how good this recipe or that tastes with a little butter melted on top. Yes! We know! Everything tastes better with butter! But I can't have any! That's why I picked up this dumb book! The book's frustrating, but Segersten's blog Nourishing Meals is worth checking out. Everything is tagged so you can search by *-free, there's no custom flour mix, and every recipe has its own photo.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Stefanie

    Great information on clean eating and how to stock your kitchen with clean foods. What's worth investing $$ in when shopping. Also an over view of the negative impacts toxins have on your body. I'm excited to start trying some of the recipes and start developing cleaner eating habits! Great information on clean eating and how to stock your kitchen with clean foods. What's worth investing $$ in when shopping. Also an over view of the negative impacts toxins have on your body. I'm excited to start trying some of the recipes and start developing cleaner eating habits!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    A really useful book in focusing on how to cook whole foods, with some solid recipes and a lot of useful information about nutrition and ingredients. All of the recipes are entirely gluten-free (yay!!!), most are vegan, and only a small section include meat or fish. It's a very balanced, healthy philosophy on eating. It also has a schedule of how to introduce solid foods to infants, a topic I have no use for, but found interesting nonetheless. It seems to me that most parents introduce everythin A really useful book in focusing on how to cook whole foods, with some solid recipes and a lot of useful information about nutrition and ingredients. All of the recipes are entirely gluten-free (yay!!!), most are vegan, and only a small section include meat or fish. It's a very balanced, healthy philosophy on eating. It also has a schedule of how to introduce solid foods to infants, a topic I have no use for, but found interesting nonetheless. It seems to me that most parents introduce everything except peanuts, honey, and shellfish without another thought, and could stand to learn a lot from this. I bought the book for the content on a food allergy elimination diet. I think it's a great basic framework, but it lacks complete information on how to reintroduce certain foods that are initially restricted, and also lacks recommendations on how to treat a food to which you react negatively (i.e., cut out completely, limit the amount you eat?, etc.). The companion website is helpful, and fills in some of the gaps in information, but I've still found myself confused a few times (not an easy thing to do). Overall, worthwhile, but could use some significant tweaking.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Allison

    This was a very annoying allergy-free cookbook. She dedicated several pages talking about the evils of the biggest 3 allergens (wheat, dairy, eggs) then almost all of the recipes that were gluten free had a TON of eggs, with no substitutes. Probably a good book if you have only 1 allergy, but not worth your time if you have 2 or more.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Dorie

    This is fantastic....a simple, easy to follow book about the value of quality foods, how to prepare and store ingredients, and a guide to the different choices of diet, and the pros and cons of each nutritionally. I think this book is a great guide and reference as well as a great cookbook. It helps you to contemplate different foods in new ways you may not have or eaten with foods you may not have thought to mix it with or add it to.......a complete education, and easy to follow descriptions. If This is fantastic....a simple, easy to follow book about the value of quality foods, how to prepare and store ingredients, and a guide to the different choices of diet, and the pros and cons of each nutritionally. I think this book is a great guide and reference as well as a great cookbook. It helps you to contemplate different foods in new ways you may not have or eaten with foods you may not have thought to mix it with or add it to.......a complete education, and easy to follow descriptions. If whole foods or a plant based diet interest you, even just as a reference.....read this. You will not be disappointed.

  8. 4 out of 5

    The Reading Mama

    Layout: The book is divided into three parts. Part one is about health and nutrition – diets, food sensitivities, digestive health, toxicity and organic vs conventionally grown food. The second part is a quick course in whole foods cooking, it includes technique and suggests basic foods and tools to acquire. Part three is the bulk of the book: the recipes. Review: The first 5 chapters of this book are an indispensable crash course in nutrition. The authors discuss several popular diets and give an Layout: The book is divided into three parts. Part one is about health and nutrition – diets, food sensitivities, digestive health, toxicity and organic vs conventionally grown food. The second part is a quick course in whole foods cooking, it includes technique and suggests basic foods and tools to acquire. Part three is the bulk of the book: the recipes. Review: The first 5 chapters of this book are an indispensable crash course in nutrition. The authors discuss several popular diets and give an unbiased glimpse of the advantages and possible problems with each, as well as when and for whom these diets may be a good idea. The book proceeds to cover food sensitivities and delivers more information that is crucial to making healthy eating choices based on the quality of our digestion and our food. The second part is a bit more straightforward, and may be repetitive if you’ve been directing your diet towards whole, healthy foods for any period of time. Still though it is helpful to define a whole foods diet, and perhaps balance any inconsistencies that are found. Don’t skip it, as you may well be introduced to a new grain, condiment or technique you haven’t experimented with much yet. The recipes are easy to read and for the most part, simple to execute. They cover a wide range of topics from basic meals, snacks, and baked goods to more unique recipes for fermented foods and nut milks. I want to point out that before almost every recipe is a paragraph with information about the ingredients, technique or specific purpose or benefit of the food. The advice in those sections is worth reading all on its own. I have tried a handful of recipes so far, mostly baking. I found the Banana-Walnut Muffins delicious! If there is any downside to the recipes, it’s the dubious quantity of often expensive ingredients. I’m talking about the many sweeteners, specialty flours, nuts, etc. I attribute this to the lifestyle though, not the cookbook. Whole Life Nutrition offers many simple recipes where a trip to your local farmers market should find you all you need. There is such a range of recipes here that you can start with what you have, and as you build up more whole-food-pantry-basics, you’ll be able to use more and more recipes. As for aesthetic, the cook book is simple and no-fuss. There are three photo sections that beautifully display a wide range of dishes. Honestly, however standard it is in the realm of cookbooks, I’m not a fan of that structure. As an extremely visual learner I like to see a picture of each dish with its recipe. Understand though, this is just a personal qualm, and The Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook really isn’t for showing off on a coffee table, it’s for getting (and staying!) healthy. Recommended for: The Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook is an excellent choice for anyone seeking to eat a more nutrient dense, nourishing diet. It’s not for the faint of heart, for looks, or for daydreaming about sweet treats – though healthy versions are included! This book is for some serious, everyday, healthy cooking. Overall: For the information it holds, the painless writing that delivers it and the wide variety of recipes, this book deserves 4.5 stars. *I was not given this book to review. I am not being paid for this review. For more reviews: https://thereadingmamablog.wordpress....

  9. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    I actually read the updated version of this book that was published on April 29th, 2014. The Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook is a VERY well researched, informative work. The title says it's a cookbook but it's much more than just a cookbook. The first chapter opens with the following Voltaire quote that I believe sets the tone for the book: "Everyone should be his own physician. We ought to assist and not force nature. Eat with moderation what agrees with your constitution. Nothing is good for the I actually read the updated version of this book that was published on April 29th, 2014. The Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook is a VERY well researched, informative work. The title says it's a cookbook but it's much more than just a cookbook. The first chapter opens with the following Voltaire quote that I believe sets the tone for the book: "Everyone should be his own physician. We ought to assist and not force nature. Eat with moderation what agrees with your constitution. Nothing is good for the body but what we can digest. What medicine can produce digestion? Exercise. What will recruit strength? Sleep. What will alleviate incurable ills? Patience." If you believe in the what goes in, must come out philosophy, you will find something in this book to assist you in bettering your health! From the novice to the pro in the kitchen and garden, there's something for you here! If you've watched Doctor Oz, you've probably heard of the "blue zones" which are areas around the planet where people live the longest and with the greatest health. The recipes in this book are derived from the dietary patterns found in the "blue zones." There is an excellent selection of gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free and egg-free dishes - something for everyone! Besides the over 300 recipes, there's so much other valuable-to-your-health information that it boggles the mind. You will find the six steps to nourish your digestion system. Whole Food sensitivity is thoroughly delved into. As a celiac, I can attest that food allergies and sensitivities are far more common than we might have imagined. The authors reveal ten common sensitivities, familiar conditions associated with a food sensitivity and known triggers, if any. Various dietary lifestyles such as paleo, vegan-ism, raw, Mediterranean and many more are explained and analyzed. The books offers suggestions and tips for changing your diet to accommodate sensitivities. There's extensive sections on stocking your pantry, cooking techniques, and kitchen equipment. The recipes are easy to follow and not complicated. From cheezy kale chips to fresh marinara sauce and dill pickles. Even the most discriminating will find something they like! This book has found a permanent home on my bookshelf.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Diane

    I know I should have focused more on healthy eating when I was younger, but it’s really never too later to try and improve oneself. I was anxious to checkout this book as it seemed all-encompassing as far as “whole foods and nutrition” was concerned. It’s truly a beautiful book. It’s all about gluten-free and whole foods for living a healthy life. The cookbook offers some 300 recipes with beautiful color photos. For me, learning what to buy and how to stock my shelves with healthy staples and go- I know I should have focused more on healthy eating when I was younger, but it’s really never too later to try and improve oneself. I was anxious to checkout this book as it seemed all-encompassing as far as “whole foods and nutrition” was concerned. It’s truly a beautiful book. It’s all about gluten-free and whole foods for living a healthy life. The cookbook offers some 300 recipes with beautiful color photos. For me, learning what to buy and how to stock my shelves with healthy staples and go-to products was so helpful, and with 450 pages it was actually almost overwhelming (in a good way) at times. The book is well organized with Part I, (5-chapters) is all about Whole Life Nutrition and health. Part II, (also 5 chapters) is about Eating, Preparing, and Stocking Whole Foods and Part III, is Recipes (300 of them). Beautiful color photos – everything a nutrition cook book should be. It’s not just recipes, although the Banana Breakfast Cake and the Vegan Maple Pecan Pie immediately called my name, it’s also a teaching tool on nutrition and healthy eating as well. As recommended, I’ve also finally tossed all my plastic containers and replaced them with small Pyrex bowls and lids that will not be a health risk when heating or exposing them to acid based liquids like lemon, tomato products or vinegars. Take a look at this one. I think you will be glad you did. 5/5 stars

  11. 4 out of 5

    Dana

    This book is a very comprehensive, informative book about why to eat whole foods that are healthy. The first part of the book explains the different types of diets and why they recommend that you should eat certain ways and it also explains that everyone is different and there is not necessarily a one kind fits all best diet for everyone and which foods are or may be unhealthy and why. I like that the book explains why genetically modified organisms are unhealthy and all the things that they can This book is a very comprehensive, informative book about why to eat whole foods that are healthy. The first part of the book explains the different types of diets and why they recommend that you should eat certain ways and it also explains that everyone is different and there is not necessarily a one kind fits all best diet for everyone and which foods are or may be unhealthy and why. I like that the book explains why genetically modified organisms are unhealthy and all the things that they can do to you and which foods can cause inflamation and how and why. It can be overwhelming because the book tells you that even the water we drink is full of toxins and water filters are recommended. The second part of the book has useful information about how to store certain foods and what food labels mean. The last part of the book is the recipes and they look healthy and for the most part, easy to follow and I plan to use these recipes in the future! I recieved this book free to review from Netgalley and I highly recommend it.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    I purchased this book as I'd read about it online and had heard that it's the "elimination diet bible." Indeed, there's a whole section on doing an elimination diet, but there's limited-to-no information on why you should eliminate certain items (which is really what I was looking for since there are a million people espousing random variations, and I wanted some authoritative info), and very few recipes from the rest of the book that you can use during the elimination diet. So that was disappoi I purchased this book as I'd read about it online and had heard that it's the "elimination diet bible." Indeed, there's a whole section on doing an elimination diet, but there's limited-to-no information on why you should eliminate certain items (which is really what I was looking for since there are a million people espousing random variations, and I wanted some authoritative info), and very few recipes from the rest of the book that you can use during the elimination diet. So that was disappointing. Then I tried some of the recipes and found that they were pretty disappointing too. At best, they were okay/fine, but some were pretty awful. I've eaten many extremely delicious whole foods meals, so I know that this kind of cooking can be really fantastic, but this is not the book to use for those recipes. But who knows. Maybe I just hit all the bad ones and the rest of the recipes are amazing.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Teri Ahlm

    The Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook is a great resource for anyone trying to make healthier food choices. Not only does it give you tons of great recipes - including muffins, healthy snacks, and desserts (My favorites!) but it also tells you how to how to set up your pantry to adopt a lifestyle that supports making those great food choices. There is great variety in the recipes selected. You'll find choices for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks with plenty of options for each so that you won't g The Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook is a great resource for anyone trying to make healthier food choices. Not only does it give you tons of great recipes - including muffins, healthy snacks, and desserts (My favorites!) but it also tells you how to how to set up your pantry to adopt a lifestyle that supports making those great food choices. There is great variety in the recipes selected. You'll find choices for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks with plenty of options for each so that you won't get bored eating the same things over and over again. I highly recommend this cookbook to anyone who is serious about cleaning up their diet for good and needs help getting there.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    This is written by a local nutritionist where I live. I'm not on a gluten free diet, but I sure feel better if I don't eat wheat. Mr. Malterre is a big fan of gluten-free cooking, and in general, I like this book. However, some of the recipes are just ok, and the way I figure it, I can make ok things without a cookbook. If I go by a recipe, I want it to be pretty excellent. Also, his lack of use of garlic in the recipes is curious, and I think, a pity, as garlic is one of the world's best anti-f This is written by a local nutritionist where I live. I'm not on a gluten free diet, but I sure feel better if I don't eat wheat. Mr. Malterre is a big fan of gluten-free cooking, and in general, I like this book. However, some of the recipes are just ok, and the way I figure it, I can make ok things without a cookbook. If I go by a recipe, I want it to be pretty excellent. Also, his lack of use of garlic in the recipes is curious, and I think, a pity, as garlic is one of the world's best anti-fungal, anti-biotic, anti-parasitic, anti-viral foods.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Lee Overton

    So far so good. I love the philosophy of this cookbook. Lots of good health knowledge and well researched. Recipes are gluten-free,dairy and egg free Yipee! I've only tried a few recipes and they were great and didn't take forever to make. There are meat dishes in the book but a multitude of non-meat to satify the vegetarian. Our house has a person with Celiac disease who doesn't eat read meat, a vegetarian and a dog or I should say someone who eats anything that tastes good. This book serves us So far so good. I love the philosophy of this cookbook. Lots of good health knowledge and well researched. Recipes are gluten-free,dairy and egg free Yipee! I've only tried a few recipes and they were great and didn't take forever to make. There are meat dishes in the book but a multitude of non-meat to satify the vegetarian. Our house has a person with Celiac disease who doesn't eat read meat, a vegetarian and a dog or I should say someone who eats anything that tastes good. This book serves us all!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Deb

    An excellent resource on cooking and eating whole foods with gluten-free, dairy-free and egg-free recipes. I have only tried the Roasted Red Pepper Soup so far (it is delicious) but have a lot of recipes tagged to make. Link to recipe: http://kahakaikitchen.blogspot.com/20... An excellent resource on cooking and eating whole foods with gluten-free, dairy-free and egg-free recipes. I have only tried the Roasted Red Pepper Soup so far (it is delicious) but have a lot of recipes tagged to make. Link to recipe: http://kahakaikitchen.blogspot.com/20...

  17. 5 out of 5

    Rowan

    An excellent resource for gluten free/dairy free (but not vegan) living. I used it for working through an elimination diet to determine allergies. (Their companion website is better for information on how to complete one of these.) My only complaint with this book is that the index is very poorly cross-referenced. I hope they do a better job in their soon-to-be-released second cookbook.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Vivian

    Excellent ! Isolated allergies by showing me which foods I cannot tolerate that manifest negatively within my system. Cleared my head, helped energy levels, improved BMI through implementation of a 28-day elimination diet. Have continued to consume foods by following my elimination diet results. Literally saved my health.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Maggie

    This was a great introduction to eating and cooking with whole grains and natural ingredients. There are a lot of recipes that are gluten free, dairy free etc and I do not need to exclude either from my diet so I don't refer to this book as much as other books, but I do appreciate it's message. This was a great introduction to eating and cooking with whole grains and natural ingredients. There are a lot of recipes that are gluten free, dairy free etc and I do not need to exclude either from my diet so I don't refer to this book as much as other books, but I do appreciate it's message.

  20. 4 out of 5

    BouBou

    I really like the book for the information it provides. Many of the recipes are a bit bland for my tastes, but I have friends who love them. The gluten free bread recipes are the real gem in this portion.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Theresa David

    Another excellent resource as I work to remove as much as much chemical additive, sugar laden and processed foods from my diet. Excellent resource for those with food sensitivities, a leaning toward vegan ism or for those who just wish to eat "cleaner", like me. Another excellent resource as I work to remove as much as much chemical additive, sugar laden and processed foods from my diet. Excellent resource for those with food sensitivities, a leaning toward vegan ism or for those who just wish to eat "cleaner", like me.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Tina

    You may want to read The Elimination Diet book first. These are the recipes that will help you do that cleanse. I only wish these recipes were marked as to which ones are for phase 2 and phase 3. The Elimination Diet has recipes that are marked for each phase so it is easier to figure out.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Great recipes, and great tips. It is my go-to book right now.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    This was recommended to us by my teen's doctor after learning that my teen has some significant food allergies. Can't wait to try some of the recipes. This was recommended to us by my teen's doctor after learning that my teen has some significant food allergies. Can't wait to try some of the recipes.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Alicia

    Delicious, nutritious food for people with food allergies. Other people like the food too.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Sheena

    Very good info...trying to eat healthier, so can't wait to try new recipes!! Very good info...trying to eat healthier, so can't wait to try new recipes!!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Catherine Invancouver

    Excellent back to basics nutrition book!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Julianna

    One of the only cookbooks I actually use on a regular basis! This is also my go-to gift for healthy eaters and family.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Lucky

    I love to read books about nutrition. This is a very good one, especially if you have any food intolerance or allergies.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Vigie

    Has a great 28 day detox & elimination program my integrative doctor recommended.

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