Would you think that having Almond Flour Waffles for breakfast, French Onion Soup for lunch, Tomato Bruschetta for a snack, Ragu Bolognese for dinner and cap it off with some French Vanilla Ice Cream would be healthy?
Apparently so, according to Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD), which restricts the use of complex carbohydrates and eliminates refined sugar, grains, and starch. People with incurable digestive problems don’t have to compromise on taste with some delicious recipes.
Cooking for the Specific Carbohydrate Diet, color book has over 100 recipes geared to those sensitive to particular foods.
“Our society is now closely scrutinizing where our food comes from and what’s in it,” says author Erica Kerwien. “There is a proliferation of diets that exclude processed foods, grains, dairy, and/or sugar. No two people are genetically the same, so it makes perfect sense that each person should eat food that works best for his or her body.”