A few months ago, my mother-in-law bought us the Infantino Squeeze System. It’s a really clever set-up that let’s you fill squeeze pouches with homemade fruit and veggie purees. The pouches can be put in the fridge and used within a few days, or stored in the freezer for up to 2 months. […]
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I love making smoothies, but my Vitamix started collecting dust a few months ago after Lily developed a banana allergy. I almost always use at least half a banana in my smoothies, especially if I’m adding greens. I’m also used to adding protein powder but I don’t have one that I love at the moment. […]
In lieu of the Weekly Round Up, today I’m sharing the recipe for my Sweet Banana Smoothie. The recipe is similar to the Diary Free Pumpkin Smoothie from the Eating for Gastroparesis eBook, but this one doesn’t require almond milk and it’s a great way to use up left over sweet potatoes. I typically bake […]
Last week I shared my gastroparesis-friendly version of Dr. Andrew’s Weil’s Green Monster Smoothie. Blog reader and fellow GPer, Amy, posed a great question about this nutrition-packed recipe: Hi! I really like your website! I also have GP and really (really!) struggle to get enough nutrients in on a strict liquid diet. I was wondering […]
I truly believe that the poor nutritional quality of the gastroparesis diet contributes to the inability of our digestive tracts to heal, so I’m always on the lookout for GP-friendly ways to boost nutrition. Well, I felt like I struck gold when I saw Dr. Andrew Weil discuss his nutrient-packed Green Monster smoothie on The […]
For those who are primarily concerned with what and how to eat, the Diet & Nutrition track of the program includes only the five classes covering the guidelines of eating for gastroparesis, creating a nutrient-rich GP-friendly diet, and supplementation.
Info, tips, and over 40 recipes to help you add nutrient-rich juices and smoothies to your gastroparesis-friendly diet.
Tips, guidelines, and over 75 GP-friendly, nutrient-dense recipes in eBook (PDF) format. Readable on computers, smart phones, and tablets.
A 90-minute class and Q&A all about making fresh juice and smoothies with the Eating for Gastroparesis guidelines in mind. Includes 50-page eBook.
There’s a common misconception that gastroparesis cannot or does not get better. The fact is, it can and often does. I’ve received countless emails and messages over the past six years from people who were diagnosed with gastroparesis, some of whom were VERY sick, whose conditions have since dramatically improved or even resolved. I’ve decided […]