The Multiple Sclerosis Diet Plan and Cookbook: 101 Easy Anti-Inflammatory Recipes

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100 anti-inflammatory recipes for taking a dietary approach to managing MS

Whether you have multiple sclerosis or care for someone who does, proper nutrition can be an effective way to defend against symptoms and raise one’s quality of life. A dietary guide, cookbook, and meal plan in one, The Multiple Sclerosis Diet Plan and Cookbook is a simple, sustainable, holistic approach to a complex and unpredictable condition. It is an organic method of fighting an autoimmune disease at its root―suppressing inflammation.

This simple 4-week meal plan will teach you how to adjust to a new, but delightful way of eating, removing substances from your diet that can potentially exacerbate symptoms. The Multiple Sclerosis Diet Plan and Cookbook is a comprehensive solution filled with everything from sleep advice, to habit building, to emotional advice that seeks to improve your overall wellness.

The Multiple Sclerosis Diet Plan and Cookbook includes:

  • Family inclusive―These delicious dishes, including Baked Sweet Potato Wedges and Superfood Salad are healthy for the whole family and won’t require making separate meals.
  • Cost conscious treatment―Filled with practical, easy-to-prepare meals that are not too exotic or pricey.
  • Find peace―Employ lifestyle tips―including exercise, mindfulness/meditation practices, and stress reduction.

If you have been looking for a delicious dietary and life management approach to multiple sclerosis, try The Multiple Sclerosis Diet Plan and Cookbook.


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Baked Lemon Halibut with Artichokes

1. Preheat the oven to 400°F.

2. Cut or snap the asparagus spears into thirds. In a medium bowl, toss the asparagus, artichoke hearts, shallot, oil, and oregano and season with pepper. Arrange around the edges of a baking dish, leaving room in the middle for the fish.

3. Salt and pepper both sides of the halibut and place in center of the baking dish.

4. Spoon salsa over the fish and top with lemon wheels. Sprinkle capers over everything and bake for 15 minutes.

DAIRY-FREE | OMEGA-3 DHA AND EPA RICH | GLUTEN-FREE | HIGH-FIBER

Halibut is a wonderful, lean white fish. Mild in flavor, it’s a good choice for people just starting to eat fish. It’s a great source of omega-3s, selenium, magnesium, and B vitamins, making it an excellent addition to an anti-inflammatory diet plan.

SERVES 2 | PREP TIME: 6 MINUTES | COOK TIME: 20 MINUTES

SUBSTITUTION TIP: You can use 1/4 cup diced onions and sun-dried tomatoes if you don’t have salsa fresca.

Per serving: Calories: 260/Total fat: 10g/Carbohydrates: 15g/Fiber: 5g/Protein: 27g

Ingredients

12 thin asparagus spears, ends discarded

1 cup frozen artichoke hearts, thawed

1 shallot, thinly sliced

1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil

1/4 teaspoon oregano

Freshly ground black pepper and salt

8 ounces halibut

4 lemon wheel slices, 1 tablespoon capers, 1/4 cup salsa fresca

The Multiple Sclerosis Diet Plan and Cookbook: 101 Easy Anti-Inflammatory Recipes
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