Now back in an updated and expanded second edition, Recipes for Repair is your go-to guide for adopting the highly acclaimed Lyme Inflammation Diet. Allowable foods are gradually introduced over the first 10 weeks, which will help you to combat inflammation, discover any unidentified food sensitivities and ultimately provide you with an individualized nutrition plan. ThNow back in an updated and expanded second edition, Recipes for Repair is your go-to guide for adopting the highly acclaimed Lyme Inflammation Diet. Allowable foods are gradually introduced over the first 10 weeks, which will help you to combat inflammation, discover any unidentified food sensitivities and ultimately provide you with an individualized nutrition plan. This 312-page book features more than 180 recipes that are: - developed by Gail Piazza, a professional food stylist and recipe developer, with taste and ease in mind - free of cane sugar, refined and artificial ingredients - labeled with icons for quick identification of the many meals appropriate for vegetarian (155), dairy-free (161), egg-free (136) and/or Paleo (111) Additionally, the book: - Features a foreword by Dr. Singleton, author of The Lyme Disease Solution - Explains Dr. Singleton s anti-inflammation diet including how to incorporate it into your life - Includes money-saving suggestions - Provides practical preparation and equipment tips for cooks of any experience level; and - Defines the beneficial characteristics of many foods New to this edition, you ll find: - 52 new recipes and 25 revised recipes - Updated diet guidelines - Symptom journal instructions - Information on how to incorporate cultured foods into your meals - Preparation tips and a 7-day meal plan to get you started - And, now, every recipe is gluten-free! The first edition of the book was a Bronze Medal Winner in the Living Now Book Awards and a Finalist in The USA Best Book Awards ...
|Title||:||Recipes for Repair: The Expanded and Updated Second Edition: A 10-Week Program to Combat Chronic Inflammation and Identify Food Sensitivities|
|Number of Pages||:||312 Pages|
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Recipes for Repair: The Expanded and Updated Second Edition: A 10-Week Program to Combat Chronic Inflammation and Identify Food Sensitivities Reviews
I was so excited to be given the opportunity to review this cookbook!! I do not have Lyme's disease or any chronic inflammation diseases, but I have two sisters diagnosed with Lyme's and know how they struggle with the disease, so I'm very happy to review this with them in mind. Now I cannot talk about how this has really helped me as I don't have the disease, and haven't been able to actually do the 10-week program. I can, however, talk about the food itself.There is tons of information here--the recipes don't start until page 73. Also, I like that the authors have thought about the little things. For instance, if a recipe calls for half a head of cauliflower, then another dish FROM THE SAME WEEK will call for the other half. That may sound like a small thing, but I hate when cookbooks like this that give you a menu to follow call for parts of ingredients, but no way to use the rest, so you end up going off plan or wasting food.Let's start with breakfast. Phase I has a lovely Herb Scrambled Eggs with Shiitake Mushrooms, or how about a smoothie to start your day right? For snacks there's everything from Deviled Eggs to Savory Vegetable and Herb Biscotti (I haven't tried these yet, but I can't wait to make them!) and more. Entrees include such delectables as Brown and Wild Rice Cauliflower and Mushroom Curry or Sauteed Salmon Cakes. For that sweet tooth there is Berry Frozen Dessert (a Phase I version of ice cream using coconut milk) or Chewy Coconut Almond Clusters. All that is just Phase I which is the strictest!I'm not going to fill pages with the recipes from the other three phases, but suffice it to say that they get better and better! To top it off, recipes for major ingredients are included. From broths to milks, Homemade baking powder, spicy rub, croutons, and more are included to make your cooking that much easier. Sauces and Condiments are included as well. Ditch the junk and make your own mayo, syrups, pasta sauces, dressings, ketchup, tartar sauce and so much more. I think this is an amazing book that will not only help Lyme sufferers, but anyone trying to create a healthier lifestyle for themselves. I highly recommend it. I received a copy of this book from Recipes for Repair for my honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.