Gluten-Free, Wheat-Free, Sugar-Free: “Low-Carbing Among Friends”

Low Carbing Among Friends: Low-carb and Gluten-free V1 (Low Carbing Among Friends, Volume-1)I’m very excited about a brand new cookbook for folks limiting their consumption of carbohydrates, wheat, and gluten.  It’s a unique collaboration among five chefs (Jennifer Eloff, Maria Emmerrich, Carolyn Ketchum, Lisa Marshall, and Kent Altena) and other low-carb luminaries like Jimmy Moore and Dana Carpender.  I was honored to contribute a couple pages myself.  The book is Low-Carbing Among Friends, volume 1.

All 325 recipes limit digestible carbohydrates to a maximum of 10 grams; many have five or fewer grams.  This should be great for people with diabetes and anyone trying to manage excess weight with low-carb eating.  All recipes are gluten-free, wheat-free, and sugar-free.

I can’t wait for my copy.  I’m “online friends” with several of the contributors, so I’m familiar with the great quality of their work.  You can get the book at Amazon.com, but I ordered mine from the book’s website, figuring the authors make more profit there.  (If we want good books, we have to support authors.)  It’s not too late to order this as a Christmas present.  Don’t you know someone who could use it?  

Steve Parker, M.D.

 

 

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2 responses to “Gluten-Free, Wheat-Free, Sugar-Free: “Low-Carbing Among Friends”

  1. low-calorie food. The book is worth reading. I tried the Cabbage Soup Diet. I would recommend you. http://www.cabbagesoupdiets.org/ Provides Very Fast Weight Loss.

  2. michael

    I struggled with what to eat all my life. I was obese since teenage and to make it worse was detected with diabetes at a very early age. But that woke me up and i took charge of my life. Besides exercising and substituting my sugar with Natvia http://natvia.com/ i also started eating a wholesome meal each day and went for regular check ups.