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The BTD isn’t specifically an allergy diet although there are a lot of similarities.
You have to learn what foods make you crook and what foods to use in their place.
Whilst not related to the BTD in anyway a book that proved very helpful to Sue and I both in the way it made us look at BTD but also for Sue’s allergies was ‘The Complete Food Allergy Cookbook’ by Marilyn Gioannini.
I never started BTD to lose weight so eliminating grains from my diet wasn’t the issue. However this book was great in teaching us to think laterally and look outside the square for alternatives.
It contains lots of great recipes for people with all sorts of allergies and if you apply your BTD mind to it lots of suggestions for food alternatives that are BTD compliant.
Tips like using Flax seeds or Psyllium Husk as a binding agent are invaluable.
It should still be in publication and the book details are;
The Complete Food Allergy Cookbook.
Author: Marilyn Gioannini
Publisher: Prima Health