As a member of the Hay House Book Nook Club (http://hayhouse.com), I received a copy of a book “Meals that Heal Inflammation” by Julia Daniluk to review. I had requested this book because I was interested in learning how to improve my eating habits and health.
“Meals that Heal Inflammation” was written by TV host and registered holistic nutritionist Julie Daniluk. In her book, she reveals how certain health conditions and diseases are affected or caused by inflammation. She shows how you can reduce inflammation through diet and by eating healthier. The book “Meals that Heal Inflammation” contains over 400 pages of information to make it easier for the common person to learn how to reduce inflammation. It includes a nutritional guide, menu plan and 130 easy to prepare and tasty recipes. Danulik provides the reader ways to make healthier and better eating choices. For example, she suggests that one should swap out ketchup with salsa or even cold cereal with instant quinoa to reduce the amount of sugar, calories, and sodium intake.
Inflammation can cause or affect certain health conditions such as allergies, skin disorders, asthma, heart disease, arthritis and any other condition ending in “itis” .
In her book “Meals that Heal Inflammation“, Daniluk provides information on the six causes of inflammation and how to pick food that will reduce inflammation. What I like is reading about what health benefits each food ingredients contains.
I found the book to contain interesting and easy to prepare recipes including salmon with fennel and even a delicious vegetarian version of Pad Thai.
I think that it is a great book to read if you are interesting in reducing inflammation and feeling better by eating healthier. I found the information to be useful and I would like to incorporate some of the suggestions into my everyday life. Some of the recipes call for organic produce which you can purchase at your local health store or at a mass chain like Wholefoods or Trader Joe.
Some ingredients like Grapeseed Oil may be harder to find if you are not by a health foods store. I would like to use the more unusual or exotic ingredients if I could locate it or if it wasn’t too expensive. I am sure that you can substituted certain ingredients and hopefully, it won’t affect the taste or the benefits.
Learn more by going to her website at http://www.juliedaniluk.com . You can find additional articles and videos. Also on her website , you will find the glossary of terms, testimonials, and recipes from her book.
FTC Disclosure: I received this book for free from Hay House Publishing for this review. The opinion in this review is unbiased and reflects my honest judgment of the product.