Praise for Leah's Books
By VB on April 4, 2014
has 25 simple, quick, delicious recipes. I was delighted
when I learned about it because I tend to gain weight when
I eat the breads and starches I often crave. I don't
identify with gluten problems or with IBS necessarily, but
her recipes are absolutely helpful and quick to prepare.
By P.M. on April 14, 2014
who has only recently been diagnosed with Celiac
Disease, I have been feeling pretty deprived of many
of the foods I previously enjoyed. The recipes in this
book go a very long way towards making feel better
about this. There is a good selection of recipes and I
particularly liked the Cherry and Almond Scones.
By R. on June 13, 2014
author of Internal Wholeness has an easy way of explaining a
very troublesome health problem, "Leaky Gut". This is a must
read for anyone that is either concerned about this or IBS.
What I really like that using layman terms, she spells out
how to eliminate this concern using natural cures. We all
take too many prescription pills so the
alternative medicine method is something we should take a
hard look at and try for a a healthy and trouble free life.
By D.E. on June 24, 2014
is an excellent book about healing Irritable Bowel
By D.R. on September 13, 2014
it's not a romantic page turner but if you are one of the
millions of folks like me who suffer from various types of
chronic intestinal distress, this book is a Godsend. But
Ms. Kline takes us on a voyage of discovery.
By B.K.W. on August 22, 2014
Taking care of your digestive health holistically, rather than relying on prescriptive drugs. The author discusses four key factors for proper digestive health, including removing toxins, repairing the intestinal tract, as well as replacing and restoring digestive enzymes. It was particularly helpful to understand which strains of probiotics work best as well as which natural herbs and supplements are recommended. It is a well-researched and informative guide to healing IBS and digestive disorders.
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