The cost for A Teenager’s Perspective on Food Restrictions: A Practical Guide to Keep from Going Crazy has been marked down! A paperback copy now costs $5.99 and is 50 pages, including seven pages for the reader to write his or her own dreams, goals, actions steps, and general reflections. If you are interested in purchasing it as an eBook, it is now being offered for $1.99. The eBook version does not include the extra pages.
A Teenager’s Perspective is a short book on purpose. Although the target audience is teenagers, the book would be beneficial for pre-teens, young adults and even adults look for a fresh perspective on elimination diets and food restrictions. The information is fairly basic with a focus on practical advice for everyday living and overcoming the mental side of food restrictions. The overall theme of A Teenager’s Perspective is that eliminations diets and food restrictions are difficult but definitely manageable if you have the right mind set. It is available on Amazon and part of Amazon Prime.
I had the privilege of having my book reviewed by Christina from A Clean Plate today! Christina posts allergen-free Paleo recipes and offers additional advice on how to “prevent, manage, or recover from chronic illness”. Check out the review at A Clean Plate!
The paperback version of A Teenager’s Perspective on Food Restrictions: A Practical Guide to Keep from Going Crazy is now available on Amazon for $7.99! It took less time than predicted to upload onto Amazon and is available a few days early. Check it out here!
For all you non-eBook readers out there I have created a paperback version of my book, A Teenager’s Perspective on Dietary Restircitions: A Practical Guide to Keep from Going Crazy. The book is not available to be purchased as a paperback yet. I have reformatted it, created a cover, and submitted it through CreateSpace but it will be 5-7 days (September 17th – 19th) before it can be purchased on Amazon for $7.99. I will post and update the information on Edible Attitudes when it is available for purchase. Stay tuned!
I had the recent opportunity to be interviewed by Julie from Allergy Free Table. She reviewed my book, A Teenager’s Perspective on Food Restrictions: A Practical Guide to Keep from Going Crazy, and posted it on her blog, The Food Sensitive Shopper. Allergy Free Table is a great company focused on educating and raising awareness about food allergies while providing solutions for classrooms and restaurants that interact with people with food allergies. Check out my interview at The Food Sensitive Shopper!
“I am convinced that life is 10% what happens to me and 90% how I react to it. And so it is with you…we are in charge of our attitudes.”
My mom suggested that I write a book about my journey of healing and regaining my health. I struggled to decide what to write because I am not an expert in nutrition or what it takes to heal your digestive system. As I considered what the topic of my book would be, I thought of all the things I wished someone had told me before I started my diet restrictions in 2011. By no means am I perfect or have everything figured out but I have learned a lot during the past couple years about the mental side of diet restrictions and how to still live a “normal” life.
This book, A Teenager’s Perspective on Food Restrictions: A Practical Guide to Keep from Going Crazy, is a reflection of my personal experiences and offers the advice I wish I had received. It is a short book written by a teenager for other teenagers. It discusses the reality of diet restrictions (whether for a single allergy or a diet like GAPS and Paleo), namely- the hard parts that people don’t talk about, why diet restrictions are particularly difficult for teenagers, and also the motivation it takes to continue with them. Additionally, the book covers topics such as how to explain you diet restrictions, maintain a social life, and go to school.
Buy A Teenager’s Perspective on Food Restrictions: A Practical Guide to Keep from Going Crazy on Amazon for $3.49 as an eBook. If you do not have a Kindle, you can download the app to your phone, tablet, or computer.