Host Fabian Fitzgerald and cookbook author, nutritionist and dietitian Dr Sue Shepherd show how to select, find and then prepare everyday gluten-free ingredients to cook delicious meals, snacks and treats that the whole family will enjoy. - World's first gluten free TV cooking show - Dr Sue Shepherd is Australia's leading authority on GF food and is the author of 5 GF cookbooks - Delicious and simple recipes you can prepare at home for the whole family to enjoy.
Includes bonus splash proof recipe cards.
About the Author Dr Sue Shepherd is an Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian and Accredited Nutritionist who graduated with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Health Promotion and post graduate Masters in Nutrition and Dietetics. She specialises in the treatment of dietary intolerances. Sue also has coeliac disease herself, she lives and breathes all good tastes gluten free, both personally and professionally!
Sue has self-published two gluten-free cookbooks, Irresisitibles for the Irritable and Two Irresistible for the Irritable, in addition to her successful Viking titles, Gluten-free Cooking, The Gluten-free Kitchen and Food Intolerance Management Plan.
She has won many professional awards, including Dietitian Association of Australia?s Award for Achievement for Excellence in Contribution to the Profession. Sue has developed a dietary management approach which has revolutionised the management of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (low FODMAP diet), her pioneering research has contributed world-first information, and for which she was awarded the Gastroenterological Society of Australia's Young Investigator of the Year Award in 2006. Sue was the first non-medical health professional to win this Award, which has had past Awardees including Dr Barry Marshall (Helicobactor Pylori eradication). Sue has also been listed in the 2009, 2010 and 2011 "Who's Who in the World" publication for her contribution to society for her dietary therapy. Recently, Sue was awarded State finalist for Telstra Businesswoman of the Year 2009.
Sue's passion for promoting good nutrition extends beyond the research field. She has written seven cookbooks of which the first three were self-published best-sellers. Included in this impressive range is her cookbook, 'Gluten Free Cooking' published by Penguin Books has won the 'Best Health and Nutrition Cookbook in Australia' Gourmand (Cordon Bleu) Cookbook Awards. Fuelled by her absolute belief that a dietary condition is an invitation rather than an obstacle to good eating, her collection of recipes proves that having a dietary condition, such as gluten, FODMAP or lactose intolerance, coeliac disease, fructose malabsorption or irritable bowel syndrome does not mean having to miss out on the delights and adventures of a good food life. Sue regularly performs cooking demonstrations on stage at food festivals and Expos, showcasing her gluten free and low FODMAP diet delights in an engaging and informative style.
Sue is a passionate, enthusiastic advocate for promotion of good nutrition and good bowels!