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- nerve or muscle damage in the stomach that causes slow digestion and emptying, vomiting, nausea, or bloating.
- Gastroparesis, also called delayed gastric emptying, is a medical condition consisting of a paresis (partial paralysis) of the stomach, resulting in food remaining in the stomach for a longer period of time than normal.
- diabetes complication which results in delayed digestion. The effect of insulin is therefore unforeseeable which could lead to hypoglycemia if insulin acts before carbohydrates are resorbed.
- (of food or drink) With reduced fat or sugar content
- a legislative assembly in certain countries (e.g., Japan)
- a prescribed selection of foods
- A special course of food to which one restricts oneself, either to lose weight or for medical reasons
- The kinds of food that a person, animal, or community habitually eats
- follow a regimen or a diet, as for health reasons; "He has high blood pressure and must stick to a low-salt diet"
- A list of commands or options, esp. one displayed on screen
- The food available or to be served in a restaurant or at a meal
- the dishes making up a meal
- a list of dishes available at a restaurant; "the menu was in French"
- A list of dishes available in a restaurant
- (computer science) a list of options available to a computer user
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Eating for Gastroparesis: Guidelines, Tips & Recipes
Eating for Gastroparesis: Guidelines, Tips & Recipes is a practical, easy-to-understand resource for managing gastroparesis symptoms via dietary modifications. 76%
Written by Gastroparesis Patient-Expert and Certified Health & Nutrition Counselor, Crystal Saltrelli, this indispensable guide answers the most frequently asked questions about eating for gastroparesis, addresses common misconceptions, offers tips for symptom management and provides 50 gastroparesis-friendly recipes.
Eating for Gastroparesis: Guidelines, Tips & Recipes includes:
- The six guidelines of a GP-friendly diet
- A detailed list of GP-friendly foods
- Tips for enhancing nutrition
- Tips for minimizing symptoms
- Answers to common questions
- More than 50 safe and simple recipes — including soups, smoothies, breakfasts, desserts, and family-friendly dishes
Here's what others have said about the digital version of this book:
"I got your book and it is wonderful! It has been a great help to me!" - R.C.
"I just purchased your e-book, Eating for Gastroparesis, and I highly recommend it to all gastroparetics. It's fabulous!" - N.M.
"I purchased your eBook a while back and I love it!" - L.K.
"I just downloaded your book, read it cover to cover, and learned so much!" - M.S.
Thats what her problem is. But hey the view out our window is nice. Gastroparesis is where the stomach doesnt contract & move the contents out. Its a complication of surgery &Hopefully is temporary, time &new med dosage should resolve it. I hope so.
January 22, 2008
official diagnosis: gastroparesis
gastroparesis diet menu
The 5-star rated book is a comprehensive guide to living (well!) with gastroparesis. Packed with easy-to-understand information and practical advice, you'll learn how to minimize your symptoms and maximize your quality of life.
- self advocacy
- appropriate medical treatment
- complementary therapies
- dietary modifications
- nutrition and supplementation
- supportive lifestyle practices
- stress management
- coping skills
Crystal also shares tips and advice for socializing, travel, career, and relationships. The book concludes with 75 brand new GP-friendly recipes.
"This is the book I have been waiting for! I have been suffering with Gastroparesis for years and have been really lost trying to find thorough information on it. It answered every imaginable question I had about this disease from medical treatment, symptoms, nutrition, dealing with stress, etc. There are great recipes which is awesome because cooking with this disease has been a big challenge for me. Also while reading it I feel like I can relate to the author Crystal Saltrelli because she has the disease as well. I definitely recommend this for anyone that is dealing with or knows someone that has Gastroparesis." - Kelly
"I have learned more from this book than any other resource. I have read it twice in the week that I have owned it. There is so little information for gastroparesis patients, and to have something this comprehensive is an absolute blessing. I would highly recommend this great read to anyone suffering from gastroparesis or a care giver. I hope every GI doctor reads this!! I also love her positive attitude, it has already helped me." - Kim
"I ordered your book and read it in one sitting. I have been dealing with gastroparesis for several years now, and reading your book was like finding a friend in a crowd. Your words and questions echoed so much of my experience. You are so hopeful, positive and knowledgeable." - Hollie
"This book is an amazing resource for anyone who is diagnosed with gastroparesis and/or their family members. Lots of delicious recipes and excellent, practical advice by a caring and knowledgeable lady. Crystal's insight is truly a gift to those of us who live with this disease." - Lissi