Breakfast Book Offers High-protein Recipes for People with Food Allergies
Changing your diet after you discover you have food allergies can be difficult. Since three of the most common food allergies are wheat, dairy and eggs, planning breakfast can be especially frustrating.
Dr. Lori Horan Soule, N.D. L.Ac., and Joan Haynes, N.D. wrote “What’s for Breakfast?” to help you plan this important meal. These high-protein recipes use nutrient-rich, whole foods that are gluten-free and mostly dairy-free. The recipes are quick and easy to prepare.
Even if you don’t have medically diagnosed food allergies, you will notice these meals reduce blood sugar spikes and mid-morning crashes. In fact, you might want our ideas for lunch and dinner, too, based on how much better you feel eating these breakfasts.
Here’s one of our favorites:
Nutty Hot Cereal: This thick hot cereal is comfort food at its best
Preheat oven to 300ºF.
1 cup ground flax
1 cup ground almonds
1/2 cup oat bran
1-1/4 cup rice bran
1 cup rice protein powder
In a coffee grinder, grind flax and almonds separately. Lightly toast the ground almonds on a cookie sheet in the oven for 5-7 minutes. Let cool. Mix all ingredients and store in an airtight container.
To serve, put 1/2 cup of the mixture in a bowl and add 3/4 cup of boiling water and a pinch of salt. Stir briskly, and let the cereal sit for a few minutes before eating. For flavor you can add a dash of stevia, a sprinkle of cinnamon, a few drops of blackstrap molasses, raisins, dried cranberries, and/or shredded coconut.
Stop into the clinic to purchase a copy or order online.
Praise for the book
“This book is a gold mine for people with food allergies who want to eat well-balanced, nutritious meals in the morning.” – Mark Stengler, N.M.D., co-author of Prescription for Natural Cures.
“What’s for Breakfast? helps breakfast-challenged eaters to start their day off right.” -Tori Hudson, N.D., author of Women’s Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine.
“This book hits the naturopathic bulls-eye. it is very easy to understand and use. We can hardly keep enough copies on the shelf!” – Tamara Staudt, N.D., L Ac., former Dean of Clinics, National College of Naturopathic Medicine.