Anti-Inflammatory Eating


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Chloe McLeod, Monica Kubizniak and Kate Bennett

This cookbook is split up into 5 sections:

  • vegetables and fruit,
  • grains and legumes,
  • fish and seafood
  • nuts and seeds
  • herbs and spices.

Current evidence-based research indicates that many of these foods and spices provide key anti-inflammatory compounds. Apart from reducing inflammation, these foods help the whole body and its systems function better, and there is the benefit of prevention of elevated cholesterol, blood pressure and blood sugar levels. The result is better health!

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