Learn how inflammation occurs in the body, how it contributes to your symptoms, and how a properly calibrated diet of delicious, therapeutic dishes can help alleviate your discomfort. If you suffer from fatigue, migraines, eczema, allergic reactions, mast cell activation, celiac disease, IBS, chronic hives, or an inflammatory condition such as arthritis, these delicious low-histamine, anti-inflammatory, and gluten-free dishes will help you embrace the healing power of food. Enjoy a Cornmeal Scallion Waffle Egg Sandwich for breakfast, a Quinoa Dill Summer Salad or Roasted Carrot Hummus Wrap for lunch, a Fajita Chicken Rice Bowl or Lemon & Dill Salmon Cakes for dinner, and then Maple Shortbread Cookies or a Mascarpone Fruit Tart for dessert. This must-have cookbook also features helpful lists of foods and supplements to eat and to avoid, cooking tips, kitchen hacks, recommendations for eating out, a month-long meal plan, and a selection of 15-minute meal ideas. Eating healthy never tasted so good!
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About the Author
Leslie Langevin, MS RD CD is a registered dietitian who helps people manage chronic conditions and diseases through individual sessions and classes. She appears on Fox 44 News and has contributed to the fitness and nutrition column for PopSugar. Leslie co-owns Whole Health Nutrition, a functional nutrition-based practice. She lives in VT with her husband and two sons.
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The Anti-Inflammatory Kitchen Cookbook: More Than 100 Healing, Low-Histamine, Gluten-Free Recipes based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
good cookbook- however VERY FRUSTRATED with regard to a recipe problem with apple oatmeal bar recipe- not clear on oat flour and oats- the recipe doesn't specify how much oat flour vs. oats- recipe has the following conflicts: -lists 1 and 1/6 cups oat flour divided in the ingredients list (how divided?) -gives directions on how to make 1/2 c oat flour in the directions? but then pulse flour WITH oats? ( do we --use only a 1/2 cup? and then the rest is oats pulsed with it) -next direction after the oat flour creation- add together all the oat flour with the special flour mix, AND oats- however there is no straight rolled oats in the ingredients list ***This is very confusing and frustrating as I bought the book just for this recipe mainly, bought the expensive ingredients - made 1 and 1/6 c oat flour only to see you have whole rolled oats when combining- but can't tell how much. Please have someone respond to this question... somehow. I'm dead in the water early on Sunday morning. :(
I am SO EXCITED about this book! I started seeing Leslie Langevin as a nutritionist after being tentatively diagnosed with Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS) a few years ago. At that point, I could only eat chicken, oats, and potatoes without getting sick. She not only helped me strategically add in foods for more flavor and nutrients, she also gave me so much hope! She showed me that even off-limit foods can become available to me in the future by introducing more healing foods first. This is the essence of her book. Having this cookbook has been like a personal Leslie in my kitchen. The first few chapters give detailed information about histamine, mast cells, and the properties in food that can help us heal. I will reference this information often. It also includes helpful checklists, do's and don'ts, and kitchen hacks. The recipes are easy, delicious, well-organized, and offer a wide range and variety. Most importantly, they are filling and help to reduce my symptoms! Most of these already fit my bizarre dietary needs, but the ones that don't are easy to modify. I also like that she explains the benefits of each recipe, so that I can choose what to eat based on how my body feels that day. It has been years since I've been able to follow recipes from a cookbook, and I can't wait to keep exploring! I highly recommend this for anyone with inflammatory, mast cell, or histamine issues, but also to anyone looking to revamp their meals for more taste, color, and nutrition.
Literally a feel good cookbook! I Finally find the perfect book for me, healthy delicious recipes using so many of my favorite veggies and herbs. I am looking forward to cooking these meals for my friends and family! I am hoping that these recipes can help my father who has rheumatoid arthritis.
The Anti-Inflammatory Kitchen Cookbook is an excellent compilation of research and delicious, easy to make recipes. The information in the Foods & Supplements section is very helpful, particularly if you suffer from too much inflammation or histamine intolerance. The tips, notes, tables, and total cook times really help in deciding which recipes to make. I especially love the beautiful photographs that accompany each recipe. A must-have cookbook.