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Summary

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. Life is complicated enough, so these simple recipes and the 28-day meal plans help you plan your RA Healthy Eating Plan. The anti-inflammatory diet book will arm you with everything you need to know about adopting this eating plan to help alleviate the symptoms of your RA.

You will:

  1. Have access to 28 days of Meal Plans 
  2. Be able to make delicious healthy meals the whole family can enjoy 
  3. Learn the foods to avoid to reduce FLARE UPS
  4. Be able to recognize foods that have a anti-inflammatory properties 
  5. Enjoy foods that will help fight the inflammation in your joints 
  6. Understand Rheumatoid Arthritis and the other related conditions 
  7. Be able to adopt an anti inflammatory diet

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©2018 Ross Lennox (P)2018 Ross Lennox

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Liked the meal plans

It is an easy book to follow and I got the kindle version as well and printed off the meal plans, it was much easier this way rather than having to write everything down to make up my shopping lists.

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A new approach

The medical approach is one of pills and injections, I don’t understand why more money and time is not spent on food education. I am guessing this is because there is no money in that for the drug companies.

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Joint pain

The biggest issue for my with RA is weight gain, I’ve gone from an active size 10 to an inactive size 16 in four years. Not only it my health effected but also my mental state is no longer at its best. So I am taking on board the advice and giving a healthy eating program a go, and I am also going to force a little exercise into my life.

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Helps reduce flares.

I’ve cut out a the processed food and followed Ross’s advice and I felt better within a week. That might not be the case for everyone, and even just eating more fruit and hand prepared vegetables might in itself be a reason for my new feel-good factor rather than it having an effect on my RA.

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An alternative to Drug treatment

I live in the US and our fast food culture I have long thought really does not do our bodies any great favours. This books basically points that right out and lays down some home cooked choices to get you back to where you need to be – on a healthy diet.

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An informative Listen

The two books are split into sections so it’s easy to flick to the parts you want to listen to and focus in on the information you are looking for. I was particularly interested in trying to change our family main meals for something that everyone would like and that would be a good meal choice for my husband who suffers with rheumatoid arthritis

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A Vegetarian approach to RA

I’ve long been considering trying a vegetarian approach to help fight my RA symptoms so this was a good find. Some plans and recipes which seem easy to follow along with some encouragement from the author – a fellow sufferer of rheumatoid arthritis

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Plenty of Recipes

There are so few books available on the subject of rheumatoid arthritis and food choices so it was nice to find some on audible as well. There are some good lists of food to include in your daily diet and also those to cut out and avoid.

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Links RA and Food to Flare Ups

Links RA and Food to Flare Ups
Anything that can help reduce flare-ups has to be a good thing.

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Useful books

There are some good tips in here about nutritional choices and a good range of recipes. Probably something for everyone, we all have very different tastes when it comes to food.