Sue Shepherd is a highly regarded dietitian who suffers from coeliac disease. She has devoted much of her career to finding a way for people with dietary restrictions to enjoy life without feeling they are missing out. Sue Shepherd developed a form of fructose malabsorption diet. Subsequently a team at Monash University, led by Professor Peter Gibson and including Dr Shepherd and others, developed the low FODMAP diet.
Catering for people with intolerances to fructose, wheat, lactose, sorbitol and other FODMAPs - making it possible for people with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) to cook with confidence. This diet is recommended by doctors worldwide as one of the most effective dietary therapies for IBS. In addition, all the recipes are gluten free, so they are suitable for people with coeliac disease to enjoy as well.In this collection, Sue brings together 150 of the most popular recipes.
- Publication Date:
- 01 / 04 / 2013