The Anti-Inflammatory Diet & Action Plans: 4-Week Meal Plans to Heal the Immune System and Restore Overall Health
“Following an anti inflammatory diet has been a game-changer for me—and the elimination of gluten and dairy has been especially transformative. I’m able to manage and control my symptoms by what I choose to eat and I’m eternally grateful for that choice.”
—Sondi Bruner, holistic nutritionist and co-author, The Anti Inflammatory Diet & Action Plans
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This book takes you step by step on a complete diet overhaul and the reasons why it works. There are four different diets to choose from, in case one doesn't sound appealing.
The recipes are fantastic. They are easy to follow an ...more
I thought the book would delve into the explanation of why certain food causes inflammation, why we should avoid them and how our body reacts. The book turned out to be a cookbook covering four lifestyles, vegan, paleo, Mediterranean, and time conscious.
Two little things: The first is the unfortunate choice of italicizing the prepo ...more
I purchased this book for my daughter who has been struggling with chronic migraine disease, occipital neuralgia and celiac disease. I found it so informative and easy to follow that I got it for myself! I love the 4 action plans that are laid out in the book. I am a vegan and it was wonderful to see that option listed as an action plan. This an excellent book to help you get control of your health through diet.
I’m most excited about the variety of meal plans and the plans themselves, that takes 50% of the burden of altering our meal regimen right there. If this book built up hype and doesn’t live up to it, I’ll be sure to change this review. If not, I’m keeping it 4 stars.
Good book but suffers from a malady common in this genre. The menus make little sense in application. The common problem is that the authors do not consider the number of different communities required over a period of a few days. In order to plan one has to completely rearrange the menus or give up and consider them mild suggestions but not meant to be used sequentially, despite the heading.