Calm Your Inflammation

Calm Your Inflammation

by Denise Canellos
Calm Your Inflammation

Calm Your Inflammation

by Denise Canellos



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Chronic inflammation contributes to the pain of autoimmune disease, the progression of cardiovascular disease, arthritis, chronic pain, and premature aging. You can fight chronic inflammation with nutrition therapy, and this book will show you how to make it easy.

The information and recommendations in the book are evidence based, coming from the best research modern science has to offer. No fads, no unproven theories, no hype, just a calm oasis of supported truth.

Calm Your Inflammation gives you an 8-week program that makes transitioning to an anti-inflammatory diet simple and sustainable - knowledge you need to take control of your health.

The best foods to fight inflammation, and how much you need
How to easily avoid the foods that contribute most to chronic inflammation
The supplements that may help with your nutrition therapy
Over 50 delicious recipes and cooking techniques to make it easy
Seasonal meal plans to take advantage of the best produce

Author Denise Canellos, MS, CNS has a decade of experience helping clients reduce their inflammation and improve their health. She teaches Medical Nutrition Therapy at Chapman University and is committed to eliminating chronic disease with good nutrition.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161560440
Publisher: Denise Canellos
Publication date: 08/20/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 547 KB

About the Author

Denise Canellos is a Nutritionist specializing in chronic disease and oncology. She earned her Masters of Science degree in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport and is a Board Certified Nutrition Specialist by the American College of Nutrition. She teaches Human Nutrition and Medical Nutrition Therapy at Chapman University in Orange, California.

Denise became a Nutritionist after losing her first husband to colon cancer.  There was so little good information available during his treatment, Denise set out to get her degree and spread the word about the science of nutrition and how it impacts chronic illness. 

Often nutrition seems like a confusing jumble. When you are hit with a serious diagnosis, it is frightening and often you feel helpless. You can have some control in this situation by eating the best way possible. 

Denise helps you cut through the hype. The science tells us what heals, and what does not. The sense of peace you can have when you know that you are making a positive impact on your health speeds healing for both body and mind.

Denise can be reached at . You can learn more about Denise, and read more about her views on nutrition at
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