Don't get allergies! Diet in food allergies and intolerances

Don't get allergies! Diet in food allergies and intolerances

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What is the difference between an allergy and food intolerance? What is an elimination diet? What should you do to reduce your child's risk of allergies? Why is gluten, lactose and milk powder in almost every food? Does the fact that the product does not have gluten mean that it is healthy and are milk and dairy products another white death just behind sugar and salt? Well-known dietitian Katarzyna Turek answers these and other difficult questions.

The author deals with the myths about today's elimination diets and provides practical advice on how to proceed when we are forced to exclude certain products from our diet. He clearly emphasizes that excluding one product for health reasons, it should be replaced with another, which will provide the body with missing ingredients. To this end, it presents ready lists of substitutes and 70 ready-made simple recipes that will facilitate the use of diet in everyday life. Beautiful graphic design and colorful photos of the proposed dishes also encourage you to read the book.

About the author:

Katarzyna Turek - graduate of food technology and human nutrition in the specialty of human nutrition with dietetics at the University of Agriculture in Krakow. Currently undergoing doctoral dissertation. The owner of the DietExpert clinic. Every day, he works in specialist clinics and clinics in Katowice, Chorzów, Częstochowa and Kraków. He works with internists and gastroenterologists, supporting nutritionally for adults and younger patients. Member of the Polish Association of Dietitians. He specializes in elimination diets for patients with allergies, as well as gastrointestinal and intestinal complaints. The author of the best-selling book "Do not get cancer", in which she focuses on both prevention and nutrition in the disease, including dealing with ailments occurring during oncological therapy. Already on sale will appear her latest book in the field of her specialization: "Do not get allergies" devoted to food allergies and intolerances.