A Teenager's Perspective on Food Restrictions: A Practical Guide to Keep from Going Crazy (Second Edition)

by Erica Brahan

Description:

Written by a teenager for other teenagers, Erica Brahan is able write on a personal level about the challenges that come with health related food restrictions as a teen. After longing for a community to support and offer advice to her for nearly two years, she decided to write “A Teenager’s Perspective on Food Restrictions: A Practical Guide to Keep from Going Crazy”. 

Broken into several short chapters, Erica offers practical advice on how to maintain a social life, go to school, and stay motivated while being consistent with your diet. She shares why diet restrictions are particularly hard for teenagers but how to still overcome these challenges through self-motivation, perseverance, and a good attitude. Additionally, the book includes hers and two other teenagers’ stories of their journey towards wellness. Erica also shares two original recipes for Coconut StrApple Bars and Dairy-Free Banana Mango Ice Cream. 

 

Editorial Reviews:

"I have worked with numerous other teenagers and parents as they work through food sensitivities and digestive issues.  The challenges that go along with restrictive diets and digestive programs can be very daunting and difficult, especially for adolescents.  In A Teenager’s Perspective on Food Restrictions: A Practical Guide to Keep from Going Crazy, Erica does an excellent job of sharing her story and feelings.  She does this with an honesty and insight that is beyond her years.  It is a great reference for both kids and parents to know they are not alone in their struggles as they search for answers to better health."

--Dr. Meaghan Kirschling, DC, RN, MS

“What could be worse than learning you need to go on a restricted diet? Hearing that news as a teen.Erica Brahan’s,  A Teenager's Perspective on Food Restrictions, offers thoughtful insight for getting - and keeping - a positive attitude while adjusting to food related health challenges. You’ll also find lots of practical tips to help make the transition easier. A great read for adults, too!”

--Eileen Hubler, Blogger from Wellness and Workouts (WellnessAndWorkouts.com)

 "These pages written by Erica Brahan, reflect a raw, honest experience of living with food sensitivities... This guide breaks down all of the conflicts that arise when going against the norm of the Standard American Diet in an effort to heal the damage that it causes. Erica dissects these issues and the emotions that accompany them in an effort to help others both understand her experiences and also to help them face their own challenges with greater ease."

--Jennifer Robins, Blogger from Predominantly Paleo (http://www.predominantlypaleo.com)

 

**Also available on as an ebook on Kindle, a paperback on Amazon for $7.99 , and an ebook on Nook!

 

About the Author:

Teenager Erica Brahan struggled with chronic illness for many years before making drastic diet changes at 15 years old. Through the process of regaining her health, the hardest challenge for her to overcome was learning how to mentally cope with food restrictions. She now advocates for teen health, the importance of eating real food, and the need for a community of support for teens with health related food restrictions.

 

Connect with Erica and a community of other teens with food restrictions at her blog, Edible Attitudes (edibleattitudes.com).

 

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Cover Credit: Margaret Clarke 

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