In 2006, John N. Stratbucker was diagnosed with a lactose intolerance after a violent infection with rota viruses. What was later found is that he actually suffered from a sorbitol intolerance. Yet, despite his abandonment of the well-known fruit varieties that contain sorbitol, the abdominal discomforts prevailed. The reason for that were sorbitol containing foods, which were still unknown. For that reason he decided to act himself. Since then, he deals extensively with the know research on IBS and practical solutions that help patients regain their quality of life. He lead his team to victory at the "innovate.healthcare" contest.
"My grandpa is fructose intolerant and this book covers everything he needs to know. Problems like motivational issues and stress. The food listings earn the book five stars."-Daria "Awesome-neither of the books so far covered the interaction with fructose, glucose, and sorbitol. The style is easy to understand and interactive."-Client "Superb, the author plays all switches. A friend recommended this book to me, and now I know why. It makes me able to eat more fructose-containing products, motivates me, and includes delicious recipes."-Amazon Customer