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Meals that Heal Inflammation: Embrace Healthy Living and Eliminate Pain, One Meal at a Time par [Daniluk, R.H.N., Julie]
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“Julie Daniluk is an expert on tuning up immune systems through diet.... With 130 easy and delicious recipes, the book makes healthy eating at home a pinch.”
Canadian House & Home
“An easy-to read explanation of what is a complex subject.... Her care and attention to detail shows.”
The Vancouver Sun
“I can’t decide whether to give this book to my doctor or put it in my kitchen. Maybe I’ll do both.... Daniluk makes such a convincing case for eating well, I actually believe her when she says she now craves blueberries over chocolate cake.... The recipes and inspiration in  Meals That Heal Inflammation will help you make the right choice.”
“Making a healthy shift in diet can be tough. Julie provides the tools you need to make the change and have healing foods taste great.”
—Dr. John Gray, New York Times bestselling author of Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus
“This book is indispensable for anyone wanting to get to the root of illness. Extremely well written and documented,  Meals That Heal Inflammation makes it easy to learn how to reverse inflammation naturally.”
—Zoltan P. Rona, M.D., M.Sc., author, Vitamin D, The Sunshine Vitamin

“Like a good friend holding your hand, Julie guides you step by step through the entire health-creating process. Drawing on personal experience and the latest research, she clearly explains what causes inflammation and—more importantly—how to permanently eliminate it. Julie provides several whole food, plant-based recipe options that I agree are excellent for pain-free, high-quality living.”
—Brendan Brazier, Professional Ironman triathlete and the bestselling author of The Thrive Diet
“What makes  Meals That Heal Inflammation such a valuable resource is that it’s not only tackling the issue underlying some of the most prevalent health conditions of our time, but it’s coming from someone who lives the life she advocates for others. Julie has come up against inflammatory issues herself, done an impressive amount of research, and shares clearly with readers what simple steps they can take to feel great.”
—jae steele, RHN and author of Get It Ripe: A Fresh Take on Vegan Cooking & Living

“Julie is so knowledgeable and passionate about food and its power to heal. How incredible to have so much of her wisdom (and fantastic recipes!) gathered in one place. A delicious book, an inspiring guide to good health.”
—Gillian Deacon, TV host and author of Green For Life
Meals That Heal Inflammation is an extraordinary book that I have been thrilled to read. Julie presents easy-to-prepare, outrageously delicious balanced meals from wholesome foods. This book can take your health to an elevated new level and the best news—it is just a single meal away.”
—Sam Graci, internationally renowned lecturer, researcher and bestselling author

“Julie has done an excellent job of helping people understand that food can be used as medicine to control pain and inflammation. I highly recommend this book.”
—Lorna Vanderhaeghe, bestselling author and medical journalist

“Julie makes adopting an anti-inflammatory diet an easy-to-navigate and delicious journey. This book is a fantastic resource for anyone looking to improve their health from the inside-out. A must-read.”
—Leslie Beck, RD, bestselling author of The Plant-Based Power Diet and Globe and Mail columnist

Présentation de l'éditeur

Did you know that virtually every health condition from asthma to irritable bowel syndrome is linked to inflammation? When inflammation gets out of control, the result is pain and discomfort—and it’s a phenomenon that’s on the rise. If you’re one of the millions of people who have been affected by allergies, diabetes, skin disorders, heart disease, arthritis, or any other condition ending in “-itis,” then you know firsthand what havoc inflammation can cause. In Meals That Heal Inflammation, television personality and registered holistic nutritionist Julie Daniluk shows you how to conquer these health conditions with foods that will make you feel fantastic.

This comprehensive book is packed with meals that can assist the body’s healing process—all while treating your taste buds to new and delicious flavors. The recipes, from healing teas to balanced meals and tempting desserts, are simple to make. Whether it’s the savory cranberry quinoa salad or the sumptuous key lime pie, every recipe in this book contains foods that naturally heal inflammation.

Extensively researched and full of reference charts, diagnostic quizzes, food comparison lists, and the latest information about the healing properties of everyday foods, Meals That Heal Inflammation is an essential addition to every kitchen.

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  • Editeur : Hay House; Édition : 1 (15 juin 2012)
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HASH(0x952ba3f0) étoiles sur 5 This book has changed my life 10 avril 2013
Par Becky - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I cannot rave enough about this book. In the 8 weeks since I started on this plan I've lost 18 pounds, my reflux is gone, my headaches are gone, my mood and energy levels are significantly increased, I'm sleeping better AND my c-reactive protein (inflammatory marker - normal is less than one) has dropped from 6.1 to 1.7. The plan makes sense and is easier to do than any other one I've tried - eliminate slowly. Don't try to do it all at once! Yes, it's hard to stop eating gluten, dairy AND soy, but you can do it. Use the shopping list she includes. I have never felt healthier and I know I've got a long way to go with losing weight but I can see a light at the end of the tunnel now.

I especially say try the herbal teas. Be careful, though. Some of the descriptions of taste aren't exactly accurate. Burdock root? By itself tastes like boiled tree bark. But if you find an herb shop that mixes their own teas (there's a great one named Phoenix Herb) that include burdock but don't taste like it, you're golden.

Seriously, buy this book. Follow it. Cook from it.

Update: It's been 6 months. I've lost 57 pounds and have gone from a size 16 to a size 8. All of my inflammatory markers are now in the normal range. I am energetic and happy beyond words. I've been able to cut the dose of my chronic pain medication in half without a significant increase in my pain level. I'm hoping to go off of it altogether in another 3 months. I cannot recommend this book enough.
284 internautes sur 294 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x93567a14) étoiles sur 5 The Natural Cure to Many Ills - A "Must Read" 19 juin 2012
Par Bill Cashell - Publié sur
Format: Broché
My first question was, "Do we really need another book on how to eat healthy?" The answer is: We do if it is like this one. If you have seen programs like Food Inc.: A Participant Guide: How Industrial Food is Making Us Sicker, Fatter, and Poorer-And What You Can Do About It or Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal, you already know how our food supply affects our health. Consider that health conditions such as allergies, skin disorders, asthma, heart disease, arthritis and all other conditions ending in "itis" are on the rise. The normal response is to go to the doctor and get a prescription. That only treats the symptom and may cause more problems than they solve. I'm in favor of any solution that avoids drugs.

In Meals that Heal, registered holistic nutritionist Julie Daniluk shows how many of these health challenges are linked to inflammation including coronary disease, obesity, dementia, Alzheimer's, infections, allergies, and "virtually all autoimmune diseases." If the doctor's diagnosis ends in 'itis,' then by definition, inflammation is involved to change our immune response through diet.

Ms. Daniluk explains how food becomes the building blocks of your body so you can provide powerful healing or create inflammation depending on your choices. People may have food sensitivities that make their inflammatory condition worse. People are not the same, though, so there is only the process of elimination that will help determine which food is causing the sensitivity. The Meals That Heal Inflammation Plan takes people through a 10 week program to help them discover which foods may be causing pain and replaces them with healing tasty meal options.

The first part of the book outlines the six causes of inflammation and gets to the root of the pain we experience. The second features recipes, photos, reference guides and tips on how to redirect both your kitchen and your mind toward healthier food. The book has easy and tasty recipes that include quinoa salad, salmon with fennel and even key lime pie. Most of the meals take less than 30 minutes to prepare, and are designed for even novice chefs.

So, what does Ms. Daniluk recommend that we stay away from?

* Avoid fatty meats and high fat cheeses such as ribs, bacon, lamb, duck, goose, sausages, hamburger, hot-dogs, cheddar, brie, and cream cheese. These high fat animal foods contain saturated fats and are loaded with arachidonic acid, which is one of most dangerous inflammation-causing fats when consumed in excess.

* Avoid most cooking and salad dressing oils, shortening and refined baked goods including all vegetable shortening, all margarine, all corn oils, safflower, peanut, and other vegetable cooking and salad oils. These products almost always contain rancid oil and trans fatty acids that are dangerous to your health.

* Avoid fried foods are cooking at high temperatures. When oil is heated to a high temperature, it is damaged, creating toxins that are very destructive to our health. It is best to bake, boil or steam food and add oils as dressings after the food is cooked to protect yourself.

There are also certain foods that should be avoided and included for specific conditions such as arthritis, heart disease, muscle pain and other health challenges including emotional trauma. Of course, the book covers foods that will increase our health and reduce inflammation.

The book is well written, with charts, bullet point highlights, and detailed information for people like me who really want to delve in for more. There is a very useful anti-inflammatory food pyramid which lists the recommended number of servings per day of various foods, and plenty of advice about tailoring your diet to suit your individual needs. This book will ask you to give up some of your old favorite foods, but the benefits described are certainly worth it. There are also helpful suggestions on making the changes.

Bottom line: This book is extensively researched, and full of information about the healing properties of everyday foods. I have already noticed an increase in my energy and decrease in joint stiffness. I will be recommending it to all of my clients and I think I'll get a copy for my doctor.

Bill Cashell - Author of The Emotional Diet"
142 internautes sur 147 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x93521ac8) étoiles sur 5 End the inflammation. End the pain. Eliminate the bad fats. 21 juin 2012
Par Bill Gallagher - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Pain. It's something that so many of us live with. We try to tolerate it. But sometimes "favoring" the painful body part puts the body even further out of alignment, leading to further pain. Or we pop pills -- knowing these aren't healing the underlying problem, which may in fact be getting worse. And the pills themselves may be hurting our organs. So, what are we supposed to do about the pain that ails us?

Daniluk proposes a solution: change your diet. How is diet connected to pain? Well, first there's the connection between inflammation and pain. So much pain is due to inflammation. Yes, inflammation hurts. She breaks the causes of inflammation into the following causes: Toxicity, infection, allergy, nutritional imbalance, injury, and emotional trauma or stress.

The wrong food can cause or exacerbate most of the above problems. And because emotions/stress and food are so connected (ever heard of emotional eating?), psychological issues can lead to bad eating, and vice versa. Which leads to more inflammation. Which leads to more pain.

Daniluk shows the way out of this agonizing cycle. That means cutting out certain foods. What are the culprits? Bad fats. That means avoiding unhealthy animal and vegetable fats, including most fatty meat, cream cheese and fatty cheese, and margarine and most salad dressings. It also means avoiding most vegetable oils. Plus, we should avoid frying food. Steaming, baking, and boiling are preferred.

The recipes she offers are reasonable. They won't require scavenger-hunting through specialty stores. They don't use a ton of ingredients and don't take forever to cook. And they are reasonably tasty.

The catch? No pain means giving up inflammation causing foods. Sound tough? It can be. But the arguments Daniluk gives are persuasive, and the recipes are certainly tasty. So, if you are suffering from pain -- whether or not you're sure it's caused by inflammation -- I highly recommend this book. At the very least, it is a potential avenue of healing you ought to consider.

I also recommend Spontaneous Healing by Weil, for a total approach to optimum health. His moderate, clean approach complements that of this book nicely. And Get Fit in Bed: Tone Your Body & Calm Your Mind from the Comfort of Your Bed by Kavanau is a good exercise program for those who can't get out of bed because of pain.
136 internautes sur 149 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x942d32e8) étoiles sur 5 more than just meals that heal 19 juillet 2012
Par Lisa Rough - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I recently signed up for Book Nook, a Hay House Blogger Community through which I am invited to review books that are sent to me... for free! Y'see, while I'm an avid writer, I needed some motivation to get back into reading again... I have joined many a book club only to be the nerd in the corner who can't stay awake past the first page, no matter how enticing the story-line is. But I love the idea of it. I love getting whisked away by a good writer. And this gives me another platform to practice giving my thoughts and opinions a VOICE. So I thought I'd give this a shot... which means that every other month or so, I'll be reviewing a new book... sharing with you my own personal relationship to the stories and thoughts therein. I hope you enjoy them.... and that you dare to share you own reflections as well!

It shouldn't be of any surprise that to start off, I'd choose a book that would go along with my current wellness journey.... Yes, I guess you could say I'm a bit obsessed these days. Meals That Heal Inflammation, by Julie Daniluk. I mean, who can resist that healthy looking woman on the front cover holding a pineapple, and the fact that it has over 120 recipes strewn throughout its pages? (I'm ALWAYS looking for good recipes)

Ms. Daniluk reiterated for me almost everything my nutritionist has had me exploring for over a year now (and believe you me, that's no small feat!)... I've read a good many books about this very subject, but I must say, as I read her thoughts about how and why inflammation expresses itself in the body, I found myself thinking, here's someone who speaks my language (versus the complex scientific jargon that I then have to research myself to fully understand).

The information is perplexing and convincing to say the least, claiming that just about every health condition, painful or otherwise, is related to inflammation. With numerous studies to back it up, it simply makes sense.

At the same time, Ms. Daniluk's premise is that every body is different, and there is no one plan that heals everyone. By the time I got to the section on what to eat, well, let's just say I could've done cartwheels! Not only does she break things down into simple-to-follow plans for both meat-eaters and vegans (!!), she also helps you to determine what foods may be causing problems in your body, from subtle sensitivities to full-blown allergies. She also provides numerous charts throughout the book that I've dog-eared the dickens out of for easy reference... like which fruits and vegetables are best eaten organic, and which ones are okay to eat conventional... as well as what to buy at the grocery store that would support your anti-inflammatory efforts.

And the recipes... WOW. While I've only made a couple of them so far (the Cauliflower Popcorn and the Krispy Kale Chips- yum!), I am simply dying to try the Raw Pad Thai and the Key Lime Pie, which is also raw and made with... drumroll please... avocados!

I know, for the average person out there, these might sound a touch exotic... but what impresses me is Ms. Daniluk makes changes in the diet seem, well no, not always easy, but persuasive and do-able. Adventurous even. And I always love a good adventure.

Just as impressive to me, however, is that Ms. Daniluk doesn't ignore the unique relationships we all have with food.... and with an entire chapter dedicated to emotional pain, she encourages her readers to take a deeper look at our motivation behind eating what we choose to eat. Whether we tend to use food for comfort or medicine, this isn't just a book about diet... she includes thoughtful suggestions for creating a loving relationship with your body through meditation, exercise, decluttering, building drama-free relationships, gratitude, and even laughter- all things that I can attribute to my own success at reclaiming my body after years and years of neglect. And oh yes, she tells her own personal story as well, which I find inspiring and a powerful testament to the moxie she brings into the world.

Not only has my nutritionist concurred that this is a fabulous book, but I am also tickled to recommend it to anyone who is suffering from pain in the body, or anyone who simply wants to explore healthier living. It is chock full of clear information and quick tips... and it will continue to be a reference guide for me as I continue my own journey and as I get ready to launch my Wild Women's Wellness Tribe in 2013!

(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 opinions of the product.)
18 internautes sur 19 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x94025174) étoiles sur 5 Terrific Reference! 27 décembre 2012
Par Eva S. Lewandowski - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I envy those that can eat anything they want. I used to think I could until I started experiencing terrible stomach aches, joint pain, and migraines. Most doctors back in the 70's and 80's didn't really think about how food affects us. A few mentioned that cheese and chocolate could be triggering the migraines. It wasn't until I went to an MD that studied alternative medicine that I had a blood test done which showed I was HIGHLY reactive to eggs and bananas. Gluten was third on the list. Go figure. Eliminating bananas was easy, eggs were slightly more complicated because they're in a lot of baked goods but gluten was almost impossible. Very few stores sold gluten free products back then. And the products that were available were terrible.

I've certainly seen a lot of changes since then but I've never seen a more thorough book on the subject of systemic inflammation than Julie Daniluk's book Meals That Heal Inflammation. Julie is a leading holistic nutritionist and co-host of Healthy Gourmet. However, the biggest plus is that she suffered since childhood with the pain caused by inflammation. She knows firsthand how food really can affect the way we feel. She also knows how difficult it can be to first determine and then eliminate the foods that are causing the problem.

This book is full of explanations of how inflammation affects our bodies. She discusses the various diseases that inflammation can aggravate. She provides charts and an anti-inflammatory food pyramid, as well as, tons of recipes and tips. Julie doesn't just tell you what to eat but she provides instructions for how to build a healthy kitchen and how to "gear up" for the process.

With our busy lifestyles and all the prepared food we tend to eat, eating an anti inflammatory diet isn't easy but Julie lays out a plan to help us accomplish it. This is something I'm going to tackle in the New Year. Without this book it would be almost impossible. If you're suffering from allergies, irritable bowel syndrome, heart disease, skin disorders, etc. and have found little relief. I highly recommend that you give this book a try.

Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher to review. The opinions are my own and in no way reflect the opinion of the publisher.
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