Anti-Inflammation Diet For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, Aug 10, 2011 - Health & Fitness - 384 pages
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Trusted information and healthy, delicious recipes to fight inflammation

Low-grade inflammation is a condition inside the body, directly related to diet, that slowly wears on the body, facilitating chronic diseases like arthritis, diabetes, obesity, and heart disease. Also, the latest research has detected a correlation between inflammation and conditions like severe allergies, asthma, and even cancer.

Anti-Inflammation Diet For Dummies takes a preventative dietary approach to fighting inflammation by stimulating natural healing with anti-inflammatory foods and supplements. It reveals the causes of inflammation and provides a how-to prescription for eliminating it through diet changes, stress reduction, and healthy weight loss.

  • Defines what inflammation is, how it develops, and its associated risks
  • Outlines foods and supplements rich in natural inflammation-fighting agents
  • 100 healthy and delicious recipes loaded with anti-inflammatory agents

Anti-Inflammation For Dummies is an invaluable resource to help you make smart diet choices by avoiding problematic foods that instigate the inflammatory process, and arms you with knowledge and delicious recipes to get on the road to a healthier you.

 

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Contents

Table of Contents
Where to Go from Here
Treating Your Symptoms with Nutrition
Understanding food allergies
Getting Tested for Allergies and Sensitivities
Affecting heart function
Wreaking havoc with your blood
Getting to know lupus
Enjoying Recipes for Less Inflammation and Better Health
Something on the Side Appetizers and Snacks
Bring Out the Bowls Soups
Keeping It Light Salads
Cranking Your Entrees Up a Notch
Topping It Off Desserts
Living an AntiInflammatory Lifestyle
Choosing the Right Cooking Methods

Understanding AntiInflammatory Nutrition
Going beyond the five
Implementing the Plan
Identifying the Best Fat Sources
Conquering Carbohydrates
The glycemic
Getting the Right Kinds of Protein
Getting the Balance Right
inflammation
Eating Less Sugar
Keeping Your Cool When Dining
Finding AntiInflammatory Foods at Restaurants
Keeping Portions Under Control
Choosing Dietary Supplements Wisely
Finding Stress Relief in Meditation and Yoga
The Part of Tens
Ten InflammationFighting Foods
Ten AntiInflammatory Supplements and Herbs
Inflammation Factor Ratings
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Dr. Artemis Morris is a naturopathic physician, licensed acupuncturist, educator, and researcher in clinical nutrition. She teaches at The University of Bridgeport College of Naturopathic Medicine.

Molly Rossiter is an award-winning writer who covers new research in science and self-improvement.

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