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Meals That Heal Inflammation: Embrace Healthy Living and Eliminate Pain, One Meal at a Time

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  • Posted October 11, 2012

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    A wonderful resource and tool towards a healthier life.

    Julie Daniluk, R.H.N. is the author of 'Meals That Heal inflammation' this inspiring and helpful book of eliminating inflammation that causes so many ailments that we have been told that the only help is through prescription drugs or that there is no cure. In this book the author begins with her own story in the book explaining how she struggled with health problems until finding the key element was eating the right foods to eliminate inflammation which were causing the problems. Inflammation in the body has been known to cause any thing from allergies, diabetes, skin disorders, heart disease, gingivitis, to irritable bowel syndrome. Eating healthy and eliminating certain things from your diet is the first step of taking control of any of these ailments and taking back control of your life. I found the book very interesting and eye-opening. One of the things I found really interesting was a section that connected Alzheimer's with dental infection. The consequence of poor dental health establishes chronic inflammation in the brain and how treating chronic dental infections may reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s. Interesting information like this is all through out the book. Thankfully the information is not just given with out recourse to take to deal with it. There are recipes in this book which creates a MTHI plan (Meals That Heal Inflammation) This book is very well written and connected to studies to prove the authors point. Being in the health care profession her book is based on medical knowledge that she has or she has researched through other people in the field. Chapter 4 is about the infection connection. Taking the quiz helps to assess how your body reacts to infections that are preexisting. The reader then learns by taking the quiz what is causing some of their problems and how use the plan established in this book. A wealth of information, this book is packed with complete tools to get you into a healthy eating plan to take your life back. There are meals that can assist the body's healing process. I haven't tried all of the recipes but the ones I did try are enjoyable to eat. The recipes covered in this book cover healing teas to balanced meals and desserts. Every recipe in this book contains foods that naturally heal inflammation. Also included are reference charts, diagnostic quizzes, food comparison lists which makes it a valuable book for your kitchen. I received this book for review but my opinion of this book is expressed honestly.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 4, 2014

    Julie is Great

    Love all the info and great meals!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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