Living Gluten and Dairy-Free with French Gourmet Food
by Alain Braux
Alain Braux is an Austin-based award-winning Executive Chef, Nutritherapist, author, speaker and consultant. With 40 years of experience in the food industry as a chef and 10 years as a nutritherapist, Chef Braux is the Executive Chef at People?s Pharmacy where he focuses on the creation of gluten/dairy-free and low-sugar dishes for clients with specific conditions such as Celiac disease, ADD/ADHD, and assorted food allergies.
Recently diagnosed with gluten intolerance, Chef Braux wanted to share his knowledge as a nutritherapist and experience as chef to help other people to deal with this modern affliction. He helps you understand what is gluten intolerance and Celiac disease; explains how a gluten and dairy-free diet could positively affect a child with autistic spectrum disorder; offers lists of organizations and groups able to help you with celiac disease and autism; gives you an extensive listing of hidden sources of gluten and dairy additives and a complete shopping list of gluten and dairy-free products. To finish it all, Chef Braux offers you more than 80 GFCF recipes to help you get started on your way to a healthier life.
Chef Braux is also the owner of A Votre Santé, a small business offering personalized diet plans for people with assorted conditions such as cancer, Celiac disease, gluten and dairy-free allergies. Chef Braux creates customized diets for diabetic clients, ADD/ADHD children, and clients with assorted food allergies. He also lectures on the foundation of good health through appropriate nutrition; he teaches hands-on classes on how to prepare gluten-free/dairy-free baked goods and desserts and has cooking classes based on this book.
Chef Braux is a Certified Executive Pastry Chef with the American Culinary Federation, a Certified Master Baker with the American Bakers Association, is a macrobiotic counselor and has earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Holistic Nutrition with the Clayton College of Natural Health.
- Alain Braux, October 2010
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