My Friendly Kitchen

“My friendly kitchen”, a very special cooking and baking book for the sensitive intestines author Sabine Beuke has this week her second book about low-carbohydrate diets on the intestinal published. She therefore fulfilled the wishes of their readership, to create quick recipes for the sensitive intestines and not have the questions unanswered after breakfast, and dinner suggestions, as well as snacks. “Has her first book unsustainable conditions” deals with low-carbohydrate diet and related positive effects on the intestine. She could fight their digestive and intestinal problems themselves as stakeholders in terms of bowel problems with this diet. She want based on their own experiences provide education to help people, have the similar or even the same problems with their digestive. Therefore are not only quick and easy recipes in her new book, but it also includes information related to the digestive tract, as well as interesting facts about carbohydrates, protein and fat.

In addition, the reader has the ability to create yourself a diet plan from the many listed food. Also, mention is that the recipes are so designed, that the kitchen must have a large repertoire of extra spices. It is also possible, on a tasty way to reduce his weight, or to want to keep it simple. In addition, there is also a quick overview of the impact of food. Low-carb diet/low carb can cause even more, including of Candida has hardly a chance to multiply, because the basis of sugar is removed harmful fungus. The books are available in bookstores or on various online book portals.

Books: “my friendly kitchen”, ISBN 978-3-8391-5192-1, price: EUR 7.99 “unacceptable conditions”, ISBN 978-3-8391-0264-0, price: EUR 6.99 “international carb-low courts”, ISBN 978-3-86850-551-1 (only as e-book at the tredition Publisher available) price: EUR 5.99 Sabine Beuke was born in Bremen, Germany in 1964 and worked for several years in the food industry. For over 20 years, it is used by the District Court of Bremen as a volunteer carer for a disabled person. to the same conclusion. Two more honorary positions accompany their way of life: taking care of the needs of the elderly and also operates in a Catholic community. Along the way, she is the author and writes books about low-carbohydrate and high-protein food in the intestine. Contact: Sabine Beuke Kasseler str. 46 28215 Bremen