Gout Hater's Cookbooks,
Recipes Lower in Purines
Gout Diet, Lower Purine Gout
Cookbook for a lower purine diet. Designed specifically for persons
suffering from gout. Delicious recipes to help lower uric acid levels.
Work on your health; with a low purine diet, treat the cause, not the
symptoms! Gout is virtually the only form of rheumatoid arthritis that
can be affected by diet. In fact, diet accounts for about one third
of the body's uric acid production. Finally, the books we've been waiting
for! Now available: Gout Hater's Cookbooks I, II and
Recipes that are lower in purines, designed specifically for those
suffering from gout. Nearly six million people in the United States
suffer from gout. Today there are several treatments available. Treatments
often include a diet of lower purine intake. Changing your diet to foods
with fewer purines can help relieve the symptoms as well as address
the actual problem of hyperurecemia (elevated levels of uric acid in
the blood). With delicious recipes that are lower in purines, the Gout
Hater's Cookbook Collection can help you lower uric acid levels
with dishes that will delight the entire family!
Gout Hater's Cookbook I: More than 90 recipes lower in
purines and lower in fat, the first in a series of three books. Includes
a comprehensive listing of foods low, relatively high and highest in
purines. Features a wide variety of cuisine, including appetizers, main
dishes, desserts, sides, and sauces. "Quick Snack" and "Small
Change, Big Difference" boxes are scattered throughout. 104 pages.
Gout Hater's Cookbook II: Second book in the series.
The perfect addition to the Gout Hater's Collection. This book complies
with the modified purine diet in its predecessor, Gout Hater's
Cookbook I. It also meets the requirements of the restricted
purine diet. Recipes feature a detailed, albeit restriced, food list,
for a delicious ovo-lacto-vegetarian diet. More than 100 recipes. Features
a question and answer section, helpful hints, metric conversion table,
main dishes, breakfast, appetizers, salads, sides, desserts, and a comprehensive
bibliography. 112 pages.
Gout Hater's Cookbook III: Final book in series, offers
a world of possibilities in creating tasty dishes, using delicious recipes
that can be not only pleasing to the palette, but of enormous assistance
on the journey to lowering your uric acid levels. This book, which complies
with the modified purine diet in our first book, also complies with
the restricted purine diet in Book II. It can therefore be used
by patients on either regimen. The recipes you will find in Book
III will attempt to free gout sufferers of the "4 ounces per
day" regimen of foods that are relatively high in purines by offering
alternative, stand-alone, delicious recipes. Featuring an Ovo-Lacto-Vegetarian
(milk and eggs allowed) diet that meets the lowest purine requirements,
this book is suitable for persons suffering from gout as well as families
with children suffering from purine autism. 110 pages.
Each Gout Hater's Cookbook is a stand-alone book, independent of the
other two, with no recipe duplications other than the base recipe for
homemade margarine, which appears in all three books.