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Wow, I never ever review things, but after staying up super late last night diving into this cookbook and finding so much hope and inspiration, I just had to rave about it. Having SIBO is no walk in the park. In fact, it's changed literally every aspect of my life and even got to the point where I lost the ability to eat almost every single food because I'd have a violent reaction (even to plain tea!). But the healing journey has been huge, and any aspect that makes this journey feel less lonely or dare I say *exciting* is so monumentally important. This book gave me hope, light, and newfound inspiration for this somewhat restrictive diet I have to be on. It reminded me I am going to be okay, that I'm not alone, that I am healing, which is the mindset needed to see real healing and get better. What a gift! Thank you, Alana!!
I love that there is a picture of each recipe, clear instructions, and items that are easy to find and not too pricey (I live in Los Angeles). I would definitely recommend. My entire family enjoys the recipes!
A cookbook written by someone who lives with GI challenges herself. You can see the passion of the author to help others in the book. I recommend it for all those with IBS as a tool to help improve your diet and ultimately reduce the burden of this syndrome.
This cookbook is so simple and helpful!! I've loved every recipe I've made and have felt really good after eating everything I've made. There's a big variety of recipes so I'm not getting tired of any of it. Thank you!!
When my daughter was placed on a low FODMAP diet, the dietician sent us home with a lists of high and low FODMAP foods and told us to come back in two months. I had no idea how I was going to feed her or incorporate her diet into meals for the rest of the family. I searched the internet and came up with a few recipes that I thought my family would eat, but I still felt lost. Then I found Alana Scott's website, A Little Bit Yummy, and I had gold. I didn't have the time to immediately educate myself and try to construct a low FODMAP menu on my own. However, Alana had already done the work for me. I choose a week's worth of recipes for each meal and made a grocery list, and I was good to go. The website also has lots of helpful tips for buying food, how to follow the diet, and how to come off the diet. I paid for a subscription to access all of the info and recipes, but it was worth every penny. I was excited to discover Ms. Scott has written a cookbook. Her recipes have been reviewed by a dietician, but more importantly, they are delicious and many will appeal to a family on a budget.