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Rheumatoid Arthritis Diet

The Simple Anti-Inflammatory Diet for a Healthy Immune System: 4-Step Plan to Fight Rheumatoid Arthritis
Narrated by: Clinton Herigstad
Length: 1 hr and 59 mins
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Adopt an anti-inflammatory diet with a "4-Step Plan" to reduce the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) for better health. Enjoy meals rich in anti-inflammatory foods, be kinder to your joints, and avoid flare ups.

Ross Lennox, a rheumatoid arthritis sufferer, realized early on that there was a close link between RA and the food choices he was making. The recipes in this audiobook are specifically designed for people with RA who need to eat well and reduce inflammation. This "4-Step Plan" will have you on the road to a healthier, pain-free life. You will:

Understand the types of arthritis

  1. Know what triggers flare-ups and inflammation
  2. Learn the "4-Step Plan" to counter the effects of RA
  3. Have access to tasty recipes the whole family can enjoy
  4. Be able to recognize foods that can cause flare-ups
  5. Enjoy food that will help fight the inflammation in your joints
©2018 Ross Lennox (P)2018 Ross Lennox

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  • TEMP
  • 25-05-18

Good recipes and tips.

This helped to get me back on to a sensible eating plan. I had fallen into the trap of eating comfort food especially during flare ups and of course this just makes the whole situation worse. I am hoping to break the cycle.

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  • Andy A. Bell
  • 22-01-20

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I am mostly happy with this cookbook. Their recipes are mostly wheat & dairy free - they use coconut and almonds instead. So if you have an allergy to either of these items, this book would not be a good choice for you. All the pictures are stunning. Everything I've made tastes really good, however I usually have to adjust the method to get a better dish. I have an autoimmune disease and keeping with a minimally processed, minimal animal products, and abundant veggie diet has improved my vitality tremendously. This was a great springboard for me

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  • Michael C. Delaughter
  • 22-01-20

Nutrition and Arthritis

The medical profession are too quick to use prescription medication to deal with this disease and dismiss a more holistic and diet based approach. The cynic might believe this is because the right diet would not make the drug companies as much money as the selling the meds that are used to control his condition.

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  • Abbie L. Garrett
  • 22-01-20

Interesting listen

Ross lennox has some interesting points to make, as a sufferer I thought I knew most of the things there were to know about rheumatoid arthritis but there were a few things I didn’t and his link between food and flares was one that was made quite obvious.

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  • Willie A. William
  • 22-01-20

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The four step plan lays out an approach based on positivity, diet and exercise. Makes you realise you are not the only person with this disease and there are many others like you out there.