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A Teen's Guide to Gut Health

By Rachel Meltzer Warren

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Format: Paperback, 256 pages
Published In: United States, 10 January 2017
An accessible guide to the science-backed low-FODMAP diet that speaks to the unique concerns of teens managing digestive distress Dealing with digestive disorders like IBS, Crohn s disease, and colitis can be especially difficult for teens. The symptoms are embarrassing, finding the right diagnosis is often a challenge, and navigating the cafeteria can be isolating. Teens with poor gut health can struggle in school due to repeat absences, and often experience anxiety and depression as well. In A Teen s Guide to Gut Health, registered dietitian Rachel Meltzer Warren explains how teens can find relief! The low-FODMAP diet is quickly becoming a first-line defense against IBS and related ailments. With an emphasis on clarity and positivity (not deprivation), Meltzer Warren demystifies FODMAPs (a family of difficult-to-digest carbs) and outlines a two-part elimination diet to help teens identify exactly which foods cause discomfort. The book includes comprehensive meal plans and shopping lists to help teens transition with ease, plus 30 gluten-free, easy-to-follow recipes teens can make for themselves. Meltzer Warren also dedicates a chapter to answering questions from real teens, advice-column-style no matter how embarrassing!"

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A Teen's Guide to Gut Health. The Low-FODMAP Way to Tame IBS, Crohn's, Colitis, and Other Digestive Disorders. From an author experienced in writing for and working with teens, an accessible guide to the science-backed low-FODMAP diet that's supremely attuned to the unique needs, concerns, and challenges of adolescents experiencing Gl distress.

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Praise for "The Smart Girl s Guide to Going Vegetarian" Detailed yet concise, this guide to vegetarianism encompasses a broad range of possible choices for teens interested in adopting plant-based diets.... An upbeat, informative resource that will come in handy for many a teen. "Kirkus" Nutritionist and educator Warren lays out a realistic, accessible, and enriching plan for readers in the beginning stages of embracing vegetarianism "Publishers Weekly" [Warren] offers sound advice for girls who are considering being or have chosen to go vegetarian or vegan and for those who waver about where they stand on the topic. "Booklist" If you re a teen girl facing skeptical parents, busy schedules, limited cafeteria eats and changing nutritional needs, then let "The Smart Girl s Guide to Going Vegetarian" be your GPS. Author and registered dietitian nutritionist Rachel Meltzer Warren packs this paperback with information. "Chicago Tribune" The resource I wish I had when I was 17 and became a vegetarian! A must for any teen considering becoming vegetarian or vegan, even part-time. Cynthia Sass, "New York Times" bestselling author of "S.A.S.S. Yourself Slim" and nutritionist for the New York Rangers" "A beneficial guide for teens serious about digestive health."--School Library Journal "Rachel Meltzer Warren handles this delicate topic with honesty and humor, delivering an empowering plan of action that's heavy on evidence-based, practical solutions to redirect readers from the rabbit hole of unvetted, fad-driven online advice."--Tamara Duker Freuman, MS, RD, CDN, clinical dietitian, contributor, U.S. News & World Report "This unique book will help you manage your IBS in a school setting, including specific strategies for managing your social life, access to the bathroom, cafeteria, dorm living and going out to eat with your friends. I love the laugh-out-loud scripts for talking to parents about IBS!"--Patsy Catsos, MS, RDN, LD, author of The IBS Elimination Diet and Cookbook "What a terrific resource! This comprehensive guide covers all the bases. Complete with delicious recipes and sample meal plans, this is the go-to GI guide for all teens and young adults."--Faye Berger Mitchell, RDN, LDN, editor-in-chief, foodieoncampus.com "For any teen who is struggling to understand what's going on in their gut, this book is a must read!"--Nancy Sidnam, MS, RDN, creator of The Wellie Project "A Teen's Guide to Gut Health will prove to be a life-changing resource for adolescents who are looking to get their young lives back to normal."--Dr. Barbara Bolen, coauthor of The Everything Guide to the Low-FODMAP Diet "Rachel Meltzer Warren handles this delicate topic with honesty and humor, delivering an empowering plan of action that's heavy on evidence-based, practical solutions to redirect readers from the rabbit hole of unvetted, fad-driven online advice."--Tamara Duker Freuman, MS, RD, CDN, clinical dietitian, contributor, U.S. News & World Report "This unique book will help you manage your IBS in a school setting, including specific strategies for managing your social life, access to the bathroom, cafeteria, dorm living and going out to eat with your friends. I love the laugh-out-loud scripts for talking to parents about IBS!"--Patsy Catsos, MS, RDN, LD, author of The IBS Elimination Diet and Cookbook "What a terrific resource! This comprehensive guide covers all the bases. Complete with delicious recipes and sample meal plans, this is the go-to GI guide for all teens and young adults."--Faye Berger Mitchell, RDN, LDN, editor-in-chief, foodieoncampus.com "For any teen who is struggling to understand what's going on in their gut, this book is a must read!"--Nancy Sidnam, MS, RDN, creator of The Wellie Project "A Teen's Guide to Gut Health will prove to be a life-changing resource for adolescents who are looking to get their young lives back to normal."--Dr. Barbara Bolen, coauthor of The Everything Guide to the Low-FODMAP Diet Rachel Meltzer Warren handles this delicate topic with honesty and humor, delivering an empowering plan of action that s heavy on evidence-based, practical solutions to redirect readers from the rabbit hole of unvetted, fad-driven online advice. Tamara Duker Freuman, MS, RD, CDN, clinical dietitian, contributor, U.S. News & World Report This unique book will help you manage your IBS in a school setting, including specific strategies for managing your social life, access to the bathroom, cafeteria, dorm living and going out to eat with your friends. I love the laugh-out-loud scripts for talking to parents about IBS! Patsy Catsos, MS, RDN, LD, author of The IBS Elimination Diet and Cookbook What a terrific resource! This comprehensive guide covers all the bases. Complete with delicious recipes and sample meal plans, this is the go-to GI guide for all teens and young adults. Faye Berger Mitchell, RDN, LDN, editor-in-chief, foodieoncampus.com For any teen who is struggling to understand what s going on in their gut, this book is a must read! Nancy Sidnam, MS, RDN, creator of The Wellie Project A Teen s Guide to Gut Health will prove to be a life-changing resource for adolescents who are looking to get their young lives back to normal. Dr. Barbara Bolen, coauthor of The Everything Guide to the Low-FODMAP Diet " Praise for The Smart Girl s Guide to Going Vegetarian Detailed yet concise, this guide to vegetarianism encompasses a broad range of possible choices for teens interested in adopting plant-based diets.... An upbeat, informative resource that will come in handy for many a teen. Kirkus Nutritionist and educator Warren lays out a realistic, accessible, and enriching plan for readers in the beginning stages of embracing vegetarianism Publishers Weekly [Warren] offers sound advice for girls who are considering being or have chosen to go vegetarian or vegan and for those who waver about where they stand on the topic. Booklist If you re a teen girl facing skeptical parents, busy schedules, limited cafeteria eats and changing nutritional needs, then let The Smart Girl s Guide to Going Vegetarian be your GPS. Author and registered dietitian nutritionist Rachel Meltzer Warren packs this paperback with information. Chicago Tribune The resource I wish I had when I was 17 and became a vegetarian! A must for any teen considering becoming vegetarian or vegan, even part-time. Cynthia Sass, New York Times bestselling author of S.A.S.S. Yourself Slim and nutritionist for the New York Rangers"

EAN: 9781615193547
ISBN: 1615193545
Publisher: Experiment
Dimensions: 20.07 x 17.02 x 1.52 centimeters (0.20 kg)
Age Range: 10-14 years
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