Books I've Read and Recommend

The Salicylate Handbook: Your Guide to Understanding Salicylate Sensitivity by Sharla Race

This new, revised, edition of The Salicylate Handbook provides an excellent guide to understanding salicylate sensitivity.

Based on the author's own experience and using all the currently available research, it is the most comprehensive guide to salicylate sensitivity you will find. It is supportive, full of common sense, well researched, and even has a touch of humour.

If you need to know about all the ways in which a salicylate sensitivity can affect your health, and life, then you need this handbook.

Salicylate Intolerance and The Healthier I Ate The Sicker I Got (Revised 2nd Edition) by Joan Tozzi Ablahani

This book is about Salicylate Intolerance, an allergy to aspirin and many healthy foods that certain people can't metabolize. Foods responsible for migraines, arthritis, asthma, ADHD, dry eyes, canker sores, burning chapped lips,chronic fatigue, rashes and Fibromyalgia. This Intolerance is still unrecognized and undiagnosed by most Medical Doctors.

Read about one women's life of unnecessary suffering and her quest to research and write a book to prevent other people from suffering. Two days after avoiding foods like fruit, certain vegetables, olive oil, tomato sauce, tea and wine all of her symptoms disappeared. Yours can too. You are not crazy. You are not a hypochondriac. And you are not alone.

The Great Cholesterol Myth Now Includes 100 Recipes for Preventing and Reversing Heart Disease: Why Lowering Your Cholesterol Won't Prevent Heart Disease-and the Statin-Free Plan that Will by Jonny Bowden, Stephen Sinatra, and Deirdre Rawlings

In The Great Cholesterol Myth Now Includes 100 Recipes for Preventing and Reversing Heart Disease, nutrition and health experts lay out detailed plans and recipes to help you prevent and reverse heart disease.

The Eczema Diet: Discover How to Stop and Prevent The Itch of Eczema Through Diet and Nutrition by Karen Fischer

Twenty per cent of people in the developed world have eczema -- the incident rate among babies and children is on the rise.

The research shows that eczema sufferers spend up to $2000 on eczema treatments each year and nearly 40 percent spend more than 10 minutes each day applying topical treatments. And yet the number of people with eczema is rising and has tripled in recent years.

While it's perfectly fine to use modern medicines to help you or your child gain temporary relief, you need to explore and ultimately follow a long term solution. This solution involves making environmental and dietary changes. This outstanding program offers solutions and advice that can be tailored to suit individual needs -- whether it be a baby, child or adult -- ultimately you'll be able to manage and mend the eczema.

RPAH Elimination Diet Handbook - 2019 - new version

The Diagnostic Elimination Diet Handbook Volume 1 has been released in 2019 and is an updated edition of the "RPAH Elimination Diet Handbook with food & shopping guide". This handbook is intended to be used for the investigation and management of people with suspected food intolerance.

This handbook is available for interested Accredited Practising Dietitians and medical practitioners to purchase for their patients. It is also available to members of the public.

Purchase from Australia: https://www.slhd.nsw.gov.au/rpa/allergy/resources/foodintol/handbook.html
Includes bulk and international orders, note prices are in AUD.

RPAH Friendly Food: The essential guide to managing common food allergies and intolerances

Friendly Food is a recipe book and a complete guide to avoiding allergies, additives and problem chemicals. It is available to all members of the general public for $35 (plus postage) and can be purchased here from the Allergy Unit, or from most major bookstores and department stores throughout Australia.
(Murdoch Books® ISBN 978-1760524593)


Free pdf of book: https://www.slhd.nsw.gov.au/rpa/allergy/resources/foodintol/friendlyfood.html

Books I'd Read in the Future

The Food Intolerance Handbook: Your Guide to Understanding Food Intolerance, Food Sensitivities, Food Chemicals, and Food Allergies by Sharla Race

A 'healthy' diet is only healthy if it works for you, and you are unique.

Eating the wrong diet for you can lead to physical and mental problems, affect your appearance, alter your behaviour and limit your life. Changing your diet can truly change your life.

The Food Intolerance Handbook guides you gently through understanding the ways in which food intolerance can make you ill. Detailed information, distilled from volumes of research, on individual foods and food chemicals ensures this book is a comprehensive handbook of food intolerance and food allergy.
Previously published as "Change Your Diet and Change Your Life."

Free To Eat: A practical guide to reducing the symptoms of histamine, sulphur, glutamate and salicylate sensitivity by Janine Lattimore

This book is full of practical information that shows sufferers of histamine, glutamate, sulphur and salicylate sensitivity how to become ‘Free to Eat”. It is the basic ‘how to manage your chemical intolerances’ guide that I wish someone had handed me when I was first diagnosed and which I couldn't find anywhere else" says author Janine Lattimore. It’s a practical guide for adults and parents of children who suffer from chemical intolerances such as salicylate, histamine, sulphur and glutamate sensitivity. Free To Eat covers all aspects of day to day living.

This book will be an informative handbook for those who follow a Failsafe or Feingold diet or for anyone with multiple chemical sensitivity or an intolerance to salicylates, amines, sulphur or glutamates.
 

Do you have Candida or Salicylate intolerance? by Karen Reynolds

This book is full of practical information that shows sufferers of histamine, glutamate, sulphur and salicylate sensitivity how to become ‘Free to Eat”. It is the basic ‘how to manage your chemical intolerances’ guide that I wish someone had handed me when I was first diagnosed and which I couldn't find anywhere else" says author Janine Lattimore. It’s a practical guide for adults and parents of children who suffer from chemical intolerances such as salicylate, histamine, sulphur and glutamate sensitivity. Free To Eat covers all aspects of day to day living.

This book will be an informative handbook for those who follow a Failsafe or Feingold diet or for anyone with multiple chemical sensitivity or an intolerance to salicylates, amines, sulphur or glutamates.
 

Other great articles

Eating toward immortality: https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2017/02/eating-toward-immortality/515658/
Knowing a thing means you don’t need to believe in it. Whatever can be known, or proven by logic or evidence, doesn’t need to be taken on faith. Certain details of nutrition and the physiology of eating are known and knowable: the fact that humans require certain nutrients; the fact that our bodies convert food into energy and then into new flesh (and back to energy again when needed). But there are bigger questions that don’t have definitive answers, like what is the best diet for all people? For me?...