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According to the American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association, autoimmune disease affects up to 50 million Americans-that's 1 in 12-and disease rates have tripled in the last 30 years. Modern medicine doesn't seem able to help much, but diet can make a huge difference. The autoimmune protocol (AIP) program makes specific food choices to help reduce inflammation in the body and assist in managing symptoms. In beautiful full color, Idiot's Guides: Autoimmune Cookbook is for those who seek tasty dishes that adhere to the auto-immune protocol. Featuring 120 delicious recipes, the dishes avoid all the problem ingredients that can increase inflammation-grains, dairy, eggs, legumes, nuts, seeds, nightshades, and refined or processed oils and sugars- without sacrificing an ounce of flavor. The AIP method can be challenging-some of the techniques for working with substitute items are labor-intensive, and ingredients may be pricey and hard to find. Idiot's Guides: Autoimmune Cookbook is ideal for people with budget and time constraints. It sticks to quick, simple cooking techniques, as well as ingredients that shoppers can readily find. A glossary covers basic cooking terminology and technique. Information on stocking a pantry, meal plans, and shopping lists are also included.
The body's healing response to injury or infection is localized inflammation and it is normal. However, when inflammation moves beyond the local, it becomes abnormal. Much new research shows that abnormal inflammation may be linked to a variety of diseases and conditions, including heart disease, cancer, asthma, diabetes, and arthritis. Researchers suggest that diet can reverse this inflammation and the conditions and diseases caused by it. The Complete Idiot's Guide® Anti-Inflammation Cookbook-a companion to The Complete Idiot's Guide® to the Anti-Inflammation Diet-has more than 200 delicious recipes that help to reduce inflammation, along with meal plans and guidance on what to eat and not to eat.
The Complete Idiot's Guide® Greens Cookbook includes more than 200 mostly vegan and many vegetarian recipes for greens and provides nutritional and preparation information to help readers get the most flavor and nutrition from the greens they eat. In addition to traditional greens, this cookbook covers many newly-popular greens, such as bok choy, beet, kale, and dandelion.
Cook these recipes up, and keep blood sugar down. With over 325 delicious and healthy recipes, The Complete Idiot's Guide® to the Glycemic Index Cookbook is an invaluable reference for choosing foods according to their GI, a system of classifying carbohydrate-based foods by how much they raise blood sugar. Diabetes, insulin resistance, heart disease, and obesity may be avoided by following the glycemic index. Practical and easy to use, this is the one cookbook anyone concerned with their blood sugar will want to have in the kitchen. - More than 325 recipes - Includes both the GI value and a GL (glycemic load) rating for each recipe - 18 million people in the U.S. have type 2 diabetes and the number is growing
In the world of diets, low-carb dieting is still very popular. Reformed from its early no-carb version, today's low-carb diet relies on cutting down carbohydrates in your diet and replacing them with protein. Numerous diets today-and even some diabetic diets-rely on cutting carbohydrates. Cooks today are looking for low-carb alternatives that aren't bland diet book recipes. The Complete Idiot's Guide® to Low-Carb Meals, Second Edition has lower carb recipes and more vegetarian and vegan selections than before. As many readers point out, low-carb diet cookbooks read like they were written by scientists, not cooks. Enter cookbook authors Lucy Beale and Sandy Couvillon with more than 330 taste-tempting recipes for low-carb alternatives. Moreover, the recipes have additional nutritional information-not just carb/gram data but also protein replacement data and complex and simple carbohydrates nutritional information. With everything from breakfast (egg dishes, of course) to late-night snacks, Beale and Couvillon offer hundreds of delicious recipes for the die-hard dieter and health-conscious cook that appeal to the family and are easy to make. This cookbook even offers fantastic salads, bread and pasta recipes, grains, potatoes, rice, desserts, fruit options-and even an entire chocolate chapter.
The key to overcoming chronic illness and recovering from chemotherapy treatments-or just to avoid getting every virus that goes around-is to build up the body's natural immune defenses. Nutrient-poor diets contribute to their poor health, so learning how to eat foods that boost your immune defenses is a very important step. The Complete Idiot's Guide® to Boosting Your Immunity shows readers which foods to eat in order to build up their natural resistance to viruses, bacteria, and chronic diseases, including recipes showcasing nutrient-dense foods that pack an anti-disease punch. It also provides knowledgeable guidance for navigating the complex world of vitamins and natural supplements, helping readers formulate a regimen that works best for their needs. The role of exercise in immunity is also explored, with practical tips for using it to maximize wellness. And to give readers the best chance of staying healthy, the book shows hidden healthy habits that can keep them from picking up every germ that goes around.
The most up-to-date book on the subject gives women all the essential information on diagnosis and treatment of autoimmune medical conditions The Autoimmune Connection explains the links between autoimmune diseases and offers up-to-date information on diagnosis, treatments, and risks for women with one or more autoimmune disease, such as lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, or Crohn's disease. You will will learn how to sort out vague and seemingly unrelated early signs and symptoms; which diagnostic tests they may need and what the results can mean; how autoimmune diseases and treatments can affect you at different stages of life; what new treatments and therapies are on the horizon; and where to find the proper specialist and how to navigate the health-care system NEW: Major breakthroughs in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, thyroid disease, diabetes, Celiac, multiple sclerosis NEW: Potential environmental triggers for autoimmunity, such as cigarette smoke, crystalline silica, asbestos, mercury, lead, viruses and other microbes, pesticides, pollutants, solvents, and petroleum byproducts NEW: Current drugs on the market and recently discovered side effects and long-term complications connected to existing drug therapies NEW: Healthcare law reform provisions and key changes to Medicare and Medicaid

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