The Good LFE Cookbook: Low Fermentation Eating for SIBO, Gut Health, and Microbiome Balance

Some 10-15% of Americans suffer from SIBO/IBS (Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth/Irritable Bowl Syndrome), and many have learned to live with it by avoiding certain foods. Scientists suggest adopting a low-fermentation eating (LFE) lifestyle to alleviate the problem, but it can be a restrictive and often bland solution. The Good LFE Cookbook from Krystyna Houser and Robin Berlin presents more than 150 recipes to combat these issues while also entertaining tastebuds. Afflicted with poor gut health or not, anyone can enjoy the healthy dishes in this well-organized collection with recipes that are easy to assemble, such as Roasted Tomato and Chard Frittata; Cast Iron Chicken with Caper Lemon Croutons; and Flourless Chocolate Raspberry Torte. Tangy additions to holiday festivities include a Blood Orange and Rosemary Vodka Cocktail; Chocolate Coconut Cashew Mousse; and Pistachio Baklava Rolls. Cheers to year-round good tidings of intestinal comfort and joy. --Paul Dinh-McCrillis, freelance reviewer

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