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Food Intolerances: Fructose Malabsorption, Lactose and Histamine Intolerance

living and eating well after diagnosis & dealing with the elimination diet

Food Intolerances  cover-web-bigAuthors: Michael Zechmann, Genny Masterman

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Book Details:

Paperback: 138 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace, 2013 - not yet published
Language: English
ISBN-13: 978-1481020312 (CreateSpace-Assigned)
ISBN-10: 1481020315

Abdominal pain, nausea and diarrhoea belong to the most common symptoms of food intolerances. Patients often suffer for years before they get the right diagnosis. And even after a correct diagnosis, most patients are left to fend for themselves. This guide offers you help and advice!
It is a guide and cook book for people suffering from fructose malabsorption (and lactose or histamine intolerance). It includes info about food intolerances, food tables and recipes suitable for fructose, histamine, lactose intolerance and gluten sensitivity.

About the authors:
Michael Zechmann (M.Sc.)  and Genny Masterman are both affected by multiple food intolerances and have been active for years in the field of intolerances as authors, journalists and scientists. They want to help you to find your own way to deal with the first difficult weeks after being diagnosed with fructose malabsorption – the time when you need to follow the so called elimination diet.



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