This is the name of the new book that has recently been published. I am delighted that this book has found its way onto the market. In this cookbook, I first describe the basis of fructose intolerance and then how to live with this intolerance. After all, I’ve been living with it for 20 years now. My anniversary book, so to speak, and my private credo: Fructose? No thanks!
In the second part of “Fructose? No thanks!” is followed by 66 recipes, 47 of which are gluten-free, 45 lactose-free, 25 vegan and 17 vegetarian. In each recipe you will find the amount of fructose and glucose that I calculated using the “Ask Ingrid” app. The whole thing is then calculated per portion, not per 100g. This makes the whole thing easier to understand and, above all, easier for you to use.
Insects for fructose intolerance?
I have also tackled the subject of insects and fructose. An insect menu with four insect recipes is therefore also included in the book. Why not think outside the box and try something new?
Index system for recipes
But what is really great is an index system. In addition to the fructose and glucose content, this tolerance index also includes other substances and variables. Each recipe is labeled with the numbers 1 to 3. 1 means that the recipe is suitable for the waiting phase. 2 means that the dish contains moderate amounts of fructose or other factors and that it is better to try it only after the waiting period. 3 means that it should be tolerated in the permanent diet. Higher amounts of fructose can also occur here. This means that you are very simply equipped for the waiting phase and permanent nutrition without complicated calculations.
The book “Fructose? No thanks!” is now available as a paperback and as an eBook for Kindle . I would be delighted if you like it, if it helps and if you leave a positive review on Amazon in return. As mentioned last time, real reviews are very important to keep platforms like this one online for you. Thank you for your review!