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Dairy Free & Gluten Free Foods: 40 Delicious Recipes for Your Health


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English | November 20, 2014 | ISBN: 1503296105, ASIN: B00G1KRWAE | AZW3 | 74 Pages | 0.3 MB

Being on both a gluten free and dairy free diet can be a real challenge, I know because I'm there myself due to food allergies. Here's a collection of 40 delicious recipes that are both gluten free & dairy free. There are 20 main dish recipes, 10 soups, and 10 desserts. These are great tasting, and may prove to be some mainstays in your food lifestyle.

I accidentally found my dairy allergy when I thought I was developing arthritis, in my case, when I went dairy free, in 3 weeks I was 100% pain free. I had never heard of an arthritis / dairy connection, and even now, if I eat even 1 piece of cheese, the next day my joints hurt all over. If you suffer from arthritis, consider trying a dairy free diet for 60 days, and see how your pain levels are effected (if at all). This book gives some delicious alternatives! Grab your copy today.
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