The Anti-Inflammation Cookbook: The Delicious Way to Reduce Inflammation and Stay Healthy

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Chronicle Books, Feb 2, 2016 - Cooking - 160 pages
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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Contents

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
8
PREFACE
10
MY STORY
16
ABOUT INFLAMMATION
21
THE ANTIINFLAMMATORY KITCHEN
26
chapter 1 basics and makeahead recipes
49
chapter 2 juices smoothies and breakfasts
73
chapter 3 snacks and appetizers
95
chapter 4 vegetables and legumes
117
chapter 5 fish chicken pork lamb and beef
141
chapter 6 desserts
173
INDEX
190
About the Author
193
Chronicle Ebooks
195
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About the author (2016)

Amanda Haas is the culinary director for Williams-Sonoma. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Dr. Bradly Jacobs is an integrative medicine physician who is focused on helping people optimize their health, sense of well-being, and vitality. He lives and practices in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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