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Olive oil protects your heart Mushrooms fight free radicals Ginger can combat rheumatoid arthritisWhy live with chronic pain when the remedy can be as simple as changing the foods you eat? Diets high in processed, fatty, and sugary foods are the main cause of chronic inflammation, which wreaks havoc on your body and contributes to heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer's--and e Olive oil protects your heart Mushrooms fight free radicals Ginger can combat rheumatoid arthritisWhy live with chronic pain when the remedy can be as simple as changing the foods you eat? Diets high in processed, fatty, and sugary foods are the main cause of chronic inflammation, which wreaks havoc on your body and contributes to heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer's--and even cancer. But with this easy-to-use guide, you will learn how to modify your diet to reduce your risk of developing these serious, life-threatening conditions. Inside, nutrition expert Karlyn Grimes shows you how to: Identify inflammatory foods Add inflammation-fighting foods to any diet Create an anti-inflammation plan you can live with Get the whole family on board The Everything Anti-Inflammation Diet Book includes flexible meal plans, 150 delicious recipes, and timesaving shopping and preparation tips. It's all you need to create balanced meals using fresh, unprocessed foods that nurture your body and soul.


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Olive oil protects your heart Mushrooms fight free radicals Ginger can combat rheumatoid arthritisWhy live with chronic pain when the remedy can be as simple as changing the foods you eat? Diets high in processed, fatty, and sugary foods are the main cause of chronic inflammation, which wreaks havoc on your body and contributes to heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer's--and e Olive oil protects your heart Mushrooms fight free radicals Ginger can combat rheumatoid arthritisWhy live with chronic pain when the remedy can be as simple as changing the foods you eat? Diets high in processed, fatty, and sugary foods are the main cause of chronic inflammation, which wreaks havoc on your body and contributes to heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer's--and even cancer. But with this easy-to-use guide, you will learn how to modify your diet to reduce your risk of developing these serious, life-threatening conditions. Inside, nutrition expert Karlyn Grimes shows you how to: Identify inflammatory foods Add inflammation-fighting foods to any diet Create an anti-inflammation plan you can live with Get the whole family on board The Everything Anti-Inflammation Diet Book includes flexible meal plans, 150 delicious recipes, and timesaving shopping and preparation tips. It's all you need to create balanced meals using fresh, unprocessed foods that nurture your body and soul.

39 review for The Everything Anti-Inflammation Diet Book: The easy-to-follow, scientifically-proven plan to Reverse and prevent disease Lose weight and increase energy ... of aging Live pain-free (Everything®)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Karin

    I really hate just giving one star to a book that a person wrote. This person spent a lot of time pulling all of this together. But this book was terrible. There was all sorts of conflicting information. Sometimes even two pages apart. One food would be a good option on one page, and then a terrible option on the next page. Too bad. Back to the library it goes.

  2. 4 out of 5

    B

    An interesting read. The premise of this book is food and activity level has a direct impact on the body. When the body reacts to tissue damage or an infectious agent it is usually in a form of inflammation. ie: the skin gets puffy if there is a foreign object like a splinter or develops a rash of red inflamed tissue when there is contact dermatitis. "If the immune system becomes overactive and operates chronically there is a continual secretion of pro-inflammatory chemicals which may cause an a An interesting read. The premise of this book is food and activity level has a direct impact on the body. When the body reacts to tissue damage or an infectious agent it is usually in a form of inflammation. ie: the skin gets puffy if there is a foreign object like a splinter or develops a rash of red inflamed tissue when there is contact dermatitis. "If the immune system becomes overactive and operates chronically there is a continual secretion of pro-inflammatory chemicals which may cause an attack on healthy cells, blood vessels and tissues." "Damage to blood vessels can promote atherosclerosis, a process that results in narrowing of the arteries. If pancreatic tissue is harmed, an individual may develop diabetes. Injury to joint tissue, when the immune system mistakenly attacks normal itssue, can contribute to autoimmune disorders such as arthritis..." There are many more examples given of what inflammation can do in the body, methods for identifying inflammation and the means to evaluate your personal inflammatory quotient. I'm sure Chapter 5 is a favorite. This chapter gives information of dietary supplements, spices and herbs which have become a popular way to stave off medications. Always be sure to let your Dr. know if you are taking any of these on a regular basis and check with them first, if currently on medications, to make sure there are no interactions. Much of the information is repetitive from other dietary informational books: curb the use of overly refined foods like sugar, sugar substitutes, deep fried foods and caffeine to name a few. Along with foods that may cause inflammation, inadequate sleep, severe trauma and stress, intense or prolonged physical activity are given as causes of inflammation due to the "stress-cortisol-inflammation connection." After the informational portion, the next 11 chapter give recipes for healthier choices with the following titles: Anti-tizers; Breathtaking Breakfasts; Perfect Animal Proteins; Green Protein ad Beneficial Beans; Soylicious; Great Grains; Vegetables with Vitality; Robust Roots Death-Defying Sauces, Dressings, and Rubs; Disappearing Desserts and Snacks. There is also a sample anti-inflammation diet given in the first appendix. The Everything Anti-Inflammation Diet Book is a good start for information concerning the topic of eating in a healthier fashion. I have written down a few of the recipes to try.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Laurel Bradshaw

    If you're looking for a cookbook, the recipes look great though I didn't try any. It does include a section for vegetarian recipes. Not a lot of information here otherwise. Just an okay book. If you're looking for a cookbook, the recipes look great though I didn't try any. It does include a section for vegetarian recipes. Not a lot of information here otherwise. Just an okay book.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Aj

    I skimmed the recipes first. Flour, soy, low-fat dairy: all things that have caused inflammation in my experience. Didn't bother reading the beginning. I skimmed the recipes first. Flour, soy, low-fat dairy: all things that have caused inflammation in my experience. Didn't bother reading the beginning.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Laurie

    Good info.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Cindy

    Have to take this one back to the library. I wish I had more time with it - I didn't try any of the recipes. It's not so good that I want to buy it, but I will check it out again sometime. Have to take this one back to the library. I wish I had more time with it - I didn't try any of the recipes. It's not so good that I want to buy it, but I will check it out again sometime.

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    Lori

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