Frederick, MD, April 25, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- PublishAmerica is proud to present Food Innovations: An Approach to Eating on a Wheat, Dairy, and Yeast-Free Diet by Sarah Bun of Little Elm, Texas.
Being on a diet that involves avoidance and elimination is no fun. But, who says that it has to be this way? Food isn’t only for eating anymore. It’s also about looking at food in a creative way, to explore, experiment and enjoy. Let this cookbook be your guide to show you how you can be a master of your own kitchen and create a dish you can call your own masterpiece.
Said Havley Hines, C.N.C, La Bella Body, Certified Raw Foods Chef, Healthy Living Coach, “Without hesitation, I would endorse and recommend this cookbook to anyone looking to create a healthier lifestyle. Sarah provides practical tips that anyone can follow on their journey to better health by applying the principles found in these pages. Diets are temporary, and so are the results, so I encourage you to use this guide to create a lifestyle change for yourself and those you love, resulting in better health for you and your family.”
Aside from her professional interests in health, nutrition and social work, Sarah Bun is a self-motivational writer. Her accomplishments include supervising and managing educational programs; contributing to the food column at Gaginang, a nonprofit organization she helped co-found; and giving health presentations to middle school students. When not writing, she enjoys planning events and hosting dinner parties.
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