Clean Cuisine Cookbook: 130+ Anti-Inflammatory Recipes to Heal Your Gut, Treat Autoimmune Conditions, and Optimize Your Health

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Victory Belt Publishing, Jan 1, 2019 - Health & Fitness - 416 pages

In their new book, The Clean Cuisine Cookbook, Ivy and Andy Larson deliver a revolutionary new approach to clean eating. Together they have created a cookbook that demystifies what it truly means to eat clean while offering a roadmap to lifelong health.

The Clean Cuisine Cookbook does away with "dieting" and presents a nutritional template that has been scientifically proven to reduce inflammation, resulting in peak health for the mind and body. Ivy and Andy's template strikes the perfect balance of plant-based foods working in conjunction with healthy amounts of animal protein. This perfect harmony optimizes nutritional absorption, generating maximum anti-inflammatory benefits, weight loss, increased energy levels, and an overall sense of total health and well-being.

Ivy's journey to finding and perfecting clean eating started with her own personal battle against an incurable autoimmune disease. She wanted to live her life to the fullest and avoid an oversaturation of potentially dangerous medications—and then she turned to food as an alternative. Ivy mastered the art of cooking with all-natural whole-food ingredients, choosing only the most nutritionally dense foods that nature offers. Under the supervision of her husband, Andy, a physician and renowned surgeon, she found a path to wellness through clean eating and has remained active, healthy, and free of her crippling symptoms for more than 22 years.

The Clean Cuisine Cookbook delivers more than 150 mouthwatering remakes of family classics that are both nutritionally complete and supremely satisfying. With this cookbook, you will never feel deprived or hungry, making Ivy and Andy's model both enjoyable and sustainable. Ivy also adds fruits, vegetables, and an array of superfoods to her recipes for increased sustenance and satiety. She and Andy believe that the key to clean-eating success is adding nutrient-dense foods, not subtracting foods to keep calorie counts low.

Recipes include:

·       Meatballs

·       Chicken and Dumplings

·       Pancakes

·       Tostadas

·       Caesar Salad

·       Brownies!

Whether you are an amateur home cook or a seasoned chef, The Clean Cuisine Cookbook is a must-have for anyone aspiring to eat clean, decrease inflammation, and discover true health.


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Clean Cuisine Defined
Ten Clean Cuisine Dos and Donts
The Diet
Understanding Carbohydrates Fats and Proteins
Stocking Your Clean Cuisine Kitchen
Kitchen Tools and Equipment
Clean Cuisine Meals
Soups and Salads
Whats for Dinner?
Easy OnePot Meals
Meatless Mondays
Simple Sides
Juices Elixirs and Cocktails
NoMilk Shakes
NoRegrets Sweet Treats

Start the
Snacks and Such
Clean Cuisine Basics

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2019)

Ivy Larson

Diagnosed with multiple sclerosis at the age of twenty-two, Ivy Larson was inspired to radically overhaul her diet and lifestyle. With the help of her husband, Andy, a physician, Ivy developed an anti-inflammatory nutrition program that has kept the symptoms of her disease in remission for over twenty years. A foodie interested in clean eating long before it was popular, Ivy has worked for two decades to develop and perfect mouthwatering recipes that appeal to the whole family. She is the founder of and the author of four top-selling nutrition books. Ivy’s Clean Cuisine has helped tens of thousands of people with all kinds of inflammatory medical conditions improve their health and regain their quality of life.

Ivy’s story and her expertise in nutrition and clean cooking have made her a popular figure among national media outlets. She has appeared on Good Morning America, Fox News, CNN, Martha Stewart Radio, and The Montel Show and has hosted nutrition, cooking, and fitness segments on Lifetime Television. Her recipes and healthy lifestyle advice have been featured in Time Magazine, US News and World Report, Fitness Magazine, Life & Style, Get Active, Oxygen, Woman’s Day, Woman’s World, First for Women, and many others.

Andy Larson, MD, FACS, FASMBS

Dr. Andrew Larson is a board-certified general, laparoscopic, and bariatric surgeon, one of only a few hundred physicians in the world to have directed an internationally certified “Center of Excellence” program offering weight-loss surgery. He graduated with distinction from Cornell University, then received his MD from the University of Pennsylvania and trained in surgery at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Hospital, Newark-Beth Israel Medical Center, the Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, and New Jersey’s Monmouth Medical Center. He has published multiple peer-reviewed journal articles and with his wife, Ivy Larson, has authored four top-selling books on healthful eating and living.

Dr. Larson works in Palm Beach County, Florida, as the lead surgeon for JFK Medical Center’s Bariatric Wellness and Surgical Institute. He is part of the affiliate faculty of the University of Miami’s Miller School of Medicine. He is a member of several medical organizations and has served as president of the Palm Beach County Medical Society. He also chairs Project Access, an organization that has coordinated and provided more than $13 million in charitable medical care to patients in need in Palm Beach County.

Dr. Larson has been integrating healthful eating into his practice since completing his residency, works extensively with his wife on their website,, and shares her enthusiasm for making clean food taste great.

Ivy and Andy live in North Palm Beach with their 17-year-old son, Blake.

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