The Anti-Inflammation Cookbook: The Delicious Way to Reduce Inflammation and Stay Healthy
Recent research reveals that inflammation has a negative impact on general wellness and can worsen many common health conditions, including migraines, diabetes, heart disease, weight gain, arthritis, and gastrointestinal disorders. The good news? Eating certain foods and avoiding others can be a highly effective way to diminish and manage inflammation. In The Anti-Inflammation Cookbook, professional cook and inflammation sufferer Amanda Haas joins forces with Dr. Bradly Jacobs to explain which foods are beneficial and why and to share 65 delicious, simple inflammation-busting recipes. Sometimes good food can be the best medicine.
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15 minutes airtight container almonds ANTI-INFLAMMATION anti-inflammatory avocado baking sheet beans bell peppers black pepper blender canola oil chicken chiles chimichurri chipotles cilantro coconut oil COOKING TIME SERVES cool cup 60 ml curry diced diet eggs extra-virgin olive oil fish sauce flavor flour Freshly ground black garlic garlic cloves gluten gluten-free green grill ground black pepper herbs honey inflammation jalapeņo kale Kosher salt large bowl lemon juice lentils maple syrup medium bowl medium-high heat milk minced mixture mushrooms omega-3 fatty acids optional if nightshade-sensitive Parmigiano-Reggiano parsley peeled pinch of salt Place Preheat the oven PREPARATION TIME COOKING protein quinoa recipes refrigerator Remove roasted room temperature salad salmon seeds sensitive to nightshades Serve immediately sesame shallot sherry vinegar simmer skillet small bowl Store symptoms Taste Tbsp Tbsp chopped thinly sliced toasted tofu tomatoes tsp kosher salt tsp salt turn the heat vegetables vinaigrette vitamin whisk