Ecology Health Center is proud to announce the re-release of their reknown EHC Cookbook that is designed to meet the specific needs of people who have changed their diets for a variety of reasons.
All recipes limit foods that are often found to be problematic - like common allergens or food sensitivities, foods known to support yeast proliferation (Candida Albicans) and also foods that may encourage the growth of pathogenic intestinal bacteria . All the recipes are:
- sugar free,
- dairy free,
- gluten free, and
- yeast free
Some recipes do contain gluten free grains (rice, millet & buckwheat).
Food sensitivities and Candidiasis burden the body’s immune system. Management, therefore, requires rebuilding immune function by removing stress factors. The recipes assist in reducing these stress factors to allow the body to begin functioning more efficiently again. Stevia, a sugar substitute, is used throughout the book, sweeten to taste. The recommended choice of cooking oil is Coconut oil which is safe to eat when heated at high temperatures.
The recipes are also suitable for those with Inflammatory Bowel Disease, and other challenging digestive complaints.
The Cookbook was originally compiled by the California Clinic of Preventive Medicine in 1984. The second edition was privately printed with permission from the California Clinic of Preventive Medicine by Ecology Medical Clinic, in November 1985. The third edition was privately printed with permission from Ecology Medical Clinic by Ecology Health Center, in November 1996. The most recent edition was published in January 2009.
A E-book version is now available from Crohns.Net. Please see E-Cookbook information and specials.