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Gluten-Free French Bread and Pizza
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, 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.
For more information, visit alainbraux.com.
If you have any issues with gluten or dairy, this book is for you. If you are trying to cut back on carbs, this book is for you. Read morePublished 19 months ago by T. J. Konopka
If a Frenchman can go gluten and dairy-free, so can you!
Chef Alain Braux's book, Living Gluten and Dairy Free with French Gourmet Food, is more than just a cookbook. Read more
'Living Gluten and Dairy Free with French Gourmet Food' by Alain Braux is an abolute enrichment for all people with gluten and/or dairy products allergies. Read morePublished on August 28, 2013 by Doris Karasek
His food/packaged recommendations vacillate too much, i.e., some have dairy, some have wheat. I wanted to scream, MAKE UP YOUR MIND. Read morePublished on July 13, 2013 by Penny
This book is full of wonderful resource for those who are looking at healing with food and wish to pursue a healthy lifestyle and still eat delicious foods. Read morePublished on July 7, 2013 by Izabella Wentz
This is by far the best resource I've found on gluten-free information. Chef Alain has put together all the important info that a newly gluten-free person needs. Read morePublished on May 23, 2013 by M. M. Miller
Chef Alain provides more than "just recipes" (although you'll love his French classics refashioned for special diets! Read morePublished on May 18, 2013 by Gigi Stewart, M.A., Founder/CEO of Gluten Free Gigi, LLC
This is a very well thought out resource/handbook for anyone wanting to live a gluten free and dairy free lifestyle. If you are looking for some great recipes, this book has it. Read morePublished on May 16, 2013 by AJ
Little did Chef Alain Braux realize that when he asked if I would be interested in reviewing his book "Living Gluten and Dairy Free with French Gourmet Food", that he would be... Read morePublished on March 25, 2013 by foodallergymom