Combat chronic inflammation, ease over-stressed digestive and immune systems, and make better food choices with this easy-to-follow nutrition plan and cookbook
Inflammation in the body shows up in the form of aches, pains, digestive distress, skin rashes, and swelling, and can lead to arthritis, type 2 diabetes, food allergies, skin conditions, and weight gain. Inflammation can result from undiagnosed food allergies or an autoimmune condition, or a diet that contains lots of processed foods, sugar, and meat.
Adopting an anti-inflammatory diet can help. Health and wellness luminaries such as Dr. Oz, Michael Pollan, and Mark Bittman have all touted the benefits of an anti-inflammatory diet, and people are becoming increasingly aware of its benefits. Seattle nutritionist Michelle Babb lays out a sustainable diet plan that’s a snap to maintain—it’s essentially a Mediterranean, or pescatarian, diet that increases the intake of plant-based foods.
With Anti-Inflammatory Eating Made Easy, you’ll eat as much as you want, lose weight, and heal your body. And the great thing is that with this diet, you never go hungry! As long as half your plate is vegetables and fruit, and the other half is starch and fish, you may start to see health improvements in weeks once you adopt the diet.
Dramatic lifestyle changes can be difficult, but this easy-to-follow plan makes anti-inflammatory eating approachable, understandable, and delicious.
From the Publisher
Fish Taco Salad with Strawberry Avocado Salsa
The fruity salsa works well with the peppery arugula and creates a fish taco salad that surprises the skeptics. Don’t forget the margaritas!
Veggie Pizza with Cauliflower-Yam Crust
What I love about this veggie pizza is that it’s not trying to be a big, doughy, cheesy pizza when it grows up. It’s entirely unique, with a vegetable-based crust, pesto in place of cheese, and succulent sautéed vegetables on top.
Bison Lettuce Cups with Garnet Yam Home Fries
I actually prefer the taste of bison to beef, and I think that sweet paprika, garlic, and pepper really elevate the savory flavors of the meat. Be sure to look for lettuce leaves that are large and somewhat pliable for best results.
Caramelized Carrot and Ginger Soup
Roasted carrots, slightly caramelized with a little bit of sweetener, are an entirely different experience than steamed or sautéed carrots. The buttery sweetness of the caramelized carrots makes this recipe unique compared to other carrot-ginger soups.
Smoked Salmon and Avocado Tartine
If this breakfast can resurrect a person with severe jet lag, imagine what it will do for the average early riser. I refer to this tartine as the breakfast of champions because it’s the perfect combination of carbohydrate, protein, and healthy fat.
So-Easy Coconut Mango Sorbet
Rich, creamy coconut milk and naturally sweet mangoes make this dessert seem absolutely sinful—but it’s not! You can enjoy this quick and easy treat without a care in the world.
Anti-Inflammatory Eating Made Easy: 75 Recipes and Nutrition Plan
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