Eating for Gastroparesis: Guidelines, Tips & Recipes by Crystal Zaborowski SaltrelliEating for Gastroparesis covers the basics of diet for people with gastroparesis. The book has three parts. The first two are suitable for the newly diagnosed and the third is a useful reference for any gastroparesis patient that is willing to dedicate some time and energy on cooking. I personally suggest to make batches on the weekend for the weekdays when you dont have time or energy, or if you have someone supportive have them help out.
The first, The Guidelines, highlights information that the newly diagnosed might just be getting acquainted with depending on how search engine prone they are. The author goes over things like lighter, more frequent meals; light exercise like walking after meals; and low fiber and low fat content.
The second part, The Details, shares which specific foods in each major food category someone with gastroparesis can eat safely. This includes how to include vegetables, avoid sneaky fiber artificially added in processed foods, and how to enjoy eating with others at restaurants.
Part three, The Recipes, is the second that any gastroparesis patient can benefit from. Anyone other than the newly diagnosed may have researched or experienced the solutions in the first two parts, but I suspect most of us need help on occasion to try new foods. Gastroparesis makes it easy to stick to a handful of meal variations. There are 50 recipes, and I counted 22 that I have either done (a few) or would like to try (most). The rest are mostly family meals and baked goods, which I happen to not have a preference for.
Ill add the same caution that the author uses: be wary of foods generally safe for gastroparesis but dont work for you personally. A lot of the authors recipes include dairy and conventional white flower, and these things are not tolerated by many people.
Overall I think the book is ideal for newcomers to gastroparesis, but the recipe section is handy for any patient who wants or needs to minimize reliance on processed foods to meet their personal nutrition needs. I know Im sensitive to a lot of prepared foods and theres not a lot of nutritional options for soft, wet food, so I have to prepare snacks and meals myself as much as possible.
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