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. If you get an upset tummy after dairy products, this book is for you. Now, you won't start diving into recipes as soon as you open this book. Rather, you will first gain a physical and nutritional understanding of your body's digestive system. You will begin to comprehend where stomach issues come from, why they affect certain people, and much more. Even though the author has advanced education in nutritional science, I like how he includes personal testimonies. We read letters from people explaining their abdominal issues, their diet, their lifestyles, their improvements, and more. This makes the book much more personal. Plus, you will feel better knowing you're not the only one with food issues. Chef Alain shows you that you are just one of the many people with these concerns. Autism and mental issues also are discussed in this book, with a detailed Appendix for contacting relevant societies. After the reader has had a thorough schooling on food education, they get a detailed list of what Chef Alain recommends they stock up in their kitchen. They also get lists of ingredients to watch out for. This is nice since not everybody knows what all the "big words" on food labels mean. Here, you will understand some of these "big words" and know which ones to avoid. In terms of recipes, you have plenty to choose from. From breads to pastries to side dishes to soups to salads to meat to fish and more, you will have enough recipes to keep your mind busy and your palate engaged. While I won't go through all of the recipes in this book, I will say some of my favorites were the Coconut Pots, the Quinoa Cookies, and the Zucchini Soup. Also, I can say that the recipes are very easy to "adapt." If you want to use say Safflower oil instead of the recommend olive oil, the recipe turns out fine. If you want to swap out Oregano for Basil, the recipe turns out fine.