Honestly, this book is a HUGE help for me!
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View all 3 comments. Nov 14, Sharon rated it it was amazing Shelves: reference , read. I just finished reading it on my Kindle, and as soon as I finished reading, I ordered a Paperback copy as well. I will definitely be re-reading this book over and over again. Diagnosed almost 2 years ago, I didn't expect to find much I hadn't already learned on my own.
I was totally and completely wrong. Since Crystal has Gastroparesis, AND is a Certified Health Counselor - she has the nutritional-health science knowledge packed with personal knowledge of a difficult-to-manage digestive disorder. This isn't a "do as I say, not as I do" reference - it has amazing information along with personal experience that is her own, as well as backed data from her clients with Gastroparesis.
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The information is presented well in an easy to understand format, conversational tone, along with an inspirational punch to get you going in the right direction. If you know someone with Gastroparesis who has not read this book, please let them know about it - it may help turn their world around. Jun 30, Jennifer Goins rated it it was amazing. It explain everything that I'm going through with me because I also have Gastroparesis i was diagnosed in if anyone that don't know what Gastroparesis is it means that are stomach is paralysis we are malnutrition, we are in pain and some of us are on feeding tubes because we can't eat over 5 million people has this including me and babies and kids I would definitely recommend this book to anyone that would like to know more about what Gastroparesis is to get this book so that way you can understand what we go through everyday and that one day we will find a cure for Gastroparesis View 1 comment.
A bit dated with regard to current treatments and medications, but a solid introduction and motivational battle plan for dealing with gastroparesis from someone living with it.
Her website is a great resource for up-to-date info. Recommended to Jon by: gastroparesis group on facebook. Reading this book was like eating a meal.
I took a few bites, and I was full. I guess I was expecting more information about the disorder. In all fairness to Ms. Saltrelli, this is a rare disorder about which little is known. However, throughout the book, the author over stated that this disorder affects people in different ways and expressed the importance of keeping a food journal to determine which foods one tolerates.
Some of the foods the author recommended avoiding are foods that I tolera Reading this book was like eating a meal. Some of the foods the author recommended avoiding are foods that I tolerate well Also, I don't feel like Ms. Saltrelli addressed the issue of diabetic gastroparesis and how the two diets clash.
The redeeming quality of this book lies in the recipes toward the back of the book. As more information is discovered by the medical community, I'm sure there will be better books on the market about this disorder. Jan 20, Amanda rated it really liked it. As a suspected sufferer of this condition I found this book to be very helpful, from useful tips on how to manage every aspect of the condition from how to select your medical team and treatments, alternative treatments and natural remedies alongside medication and other treatments.
She then also covers great advice on lifestyle tips, covering everything from diet choices that are good for people with GP, how to know what foods to choose, how to control the stress which comes with the condition As a suspected sufferer of this condition I found this book to be very helpful, from useful tips on how to manage every aspect of the condition from how to select your medical team and treatments, alternative treatments and natural remedies alongside medication and other treatments.
She then also covers great advice on lifestyle tips, covering everything from diet choices that are good for people with GP, how to know what foods to choose, how to control the stress which comes with the condition and daily life. The question and answer format makes the advice simple and easy to read, refer back to and covers everything you might want to know.
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The final section of recipes were a great addition to the book as my diet is very restricted and we do not know what foods or meals are good to try and expand and I am looking forward to trying some Dec 03, Jill rated it it was amazing Shelves: ebooks , non-fiction , health. Outstanding book on gastroparesis. Crystal tells you what the doctors neglect to tell you. The doctor's will tell you low fat, low fiber diet - but that don't tell you how much fat or how much fiber.
If you suffer from this disorder, please read this book and follow Crystal on social networks sites - she's a wealth of information and a suffer as well! I was recently diagnosed with gastroparesis. My doctor is a GP and prescribed medication and suggested I puree my vegetables. That was it, other than tell me about other treatments if the medication ceases to work.
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I went to my favorite online book retailer and found your book, thank heaven. Your book answered all but one of my questions. Very, very helpful. Great information! This book is for anyone who has gp, newly diagnosed or not. Lots of great and practical advice. The recipes are easily adaptable. I can't wait to start living well! Apr 21, Lauren rated it it was amazing Shelves: books-i-own. I learned more from Crystal than I did my own doctor. I encourage anyone who is diagnosed with GP or know someone who is, pick this book up, learn more about it, and then continue to follow Crystal's advice through her blog.
This woman is incredibly knowledgeable about this topic. Aug 19, Mica rated it really liked it. Sep 06, Melissa rated it it was amazing. So useful. Product description Product Description Certified Health Coach and Gastroparesis Expert Crystal Saltrelli has helped thousands of people around the world learn to live well with gastroparesis.
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Not Enabled. No customer reviews. Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a product review. Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. If I could give it a 10 I would. Verified Purchase. This book is a life saver for me. I want to personally thank the author for writing this book and sharing what she knows. I was recently diagnosed with Gastroparesis and I was lost.
This book has a question and answer section that will give you the most updated and accurate information about this disease.
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The book tells us what we can eat, how to eat, what is best and what may cause more complications. In my opinion, this is the best book on the market for those of us with the disease. If I could give this book 10 stars I would. I will never forget the day the doctor called and confirmed I had Gastroparesis. My gastro-emptying test revealed zero emptying during the numerous hours of imaging.
Following seven months of tests, all he could tell me was to Google diets for the condition and he would see me at my next appointment. I was confused and frustrated. It was only when I found Crystal Saltrelli's blog and book was I able to wrap my head around this condition, lifestyle changes, where to locate the necessary supplies, what to stock the kitchen and pantry with and educate myself about exactly what foods I could eat and how to eat them.
Thanks to Living Well! This is by far the most informative, up-to-date book on this confusing condition. If you or a loved one has Gastroparesis, or even those in the medical field treating patients with the condition, this is the book for you. It is with me constantly for reference and I have made about 75 percent of the recipes.
I am grateful to the author for her help.
I don't know what I would have done if I hadn't found it -- most likely still suffering and searching for answers. This book was full of good information on Gastroparesis; I even shared some of the descriptive passages with my doctor and the section on treatment. He had perscribed some medicine for me that actually made the condition worse and the book contained information we both needed to know! There is virtually no one to really talk to about the condition. This book helps make up for that void.
The author has the illness, and has gone through most of the known treatments placing her in a position to adequately describe what she feels are the pros and cons.