There are so many conditions now under the umbrella of autoimmunity. The basic root is inflammation gone unchecked. There are medications that are used to reduce inflammation, but they are very toxic and dangerous, due to side effects and long term effects. We now know that diet and lifestyle play a huge role in reducing inflammation. You can get help reducing your levels of inflammation whether or not they are autoimmune in nature.
The Autoimmune Wellness Bundle is a tool that is much more than just cookbooks for the autoimmune protocol. Each author has invested his or her heart wrenching journey and road to recovery – and can help you with yours.
Even if you don’t have autoimmune issues, if you have any health issue at all (most are related to inflammation), you can find a great deal of value in the wide variety of issues addressed. It’s easy to figure out that the value of just two or three of the items included will exceed the price – without counting the incredible array of coupon savings on products you may already be using!
For instance anyone that has egg allergies will surely tell you how hard it is to find recipes without eggs! The bundle contains 15 cookbooks with recipes that are completely egg free!
If you are gluten free, you probably resort to baking with nut flours. But too much nut flour is not healthy either. The bundle contains cookbooks with recipes that bake without nuts and seeds!
If you have found nightshades to be a problem – no problem! – the bundle has cookbooks that show you how to make delicious sauces, salsa and condiments without tomatoes and peppers and all the other nightshades that you need to avoid!
You just can’t go wrong here.
One of my favorite books in the bundle is The Alternative Autoimmune Cookbook by Angie Alt. Aside from the great recipes, I particularly love how she outlines, stage by stage, how to re-introduce foods that have been removed in the elimination phase. This is a very detailed approach and will help you be successful in identifying offending foods.
This is not a cookie cutter approach – we are all metabolically different. Even if you have the same medical diagnosis as the next person, chances are that you have different food triggers than that person.
Alt also provides a form to make a food journal with – something I always recommend to my patients. Writing down what you eat and any subsequent symptoms, physical or emotional that occur, is a major step forward towards healing. You would be surprised at how many times patients have told me how valuable the journal is because they are able to go back and see exactly what they ate. This is especially important when there are symptoms that don’t appear for a few days – very common with delayed sensitivities.
Along with the outlined stages, she provides recipes accordingly. This is very helpful when you are still going through the stages and have to keep some foods eliminated. All the recipes look delicious and are simple and easy to prepare! You don’t have to be a gourmet cook here. This is simple every day eating!
For instance there is a recipe for tumeric and ginger roasted cauliflower! Anyone who know me, knows that I hate cauliflower – but I would try this recipes because it looks so good and you know how good ginger and tumeric are for reducing inflammation!
This cookbook, like many others in the bundle, also reflects the author’s own journey with autoimmunity and their success with the diet. It is totally uplifting and provides so much hope to others with autoimmunity, no matter what the diagnosis.
Alt talks about her heart-breaking journey, her despair, her anger and her recovery. This is so important to share with others who are suffering.
Here is a great recipe from her book for Lemon Rosemary Brined Pork Chops! I love that the pork chops are brined!
- 4 cups filtered water 5 tablespoons salt
- 1 yellow onion, sliced
- 4 garlic cloves, crushed 4 sprigs fresh rosemary 3 bay leaves
- 1 lemon, halved
- 1/4 cup white wine vinegar 20 ice cubes
- 4 bone-in pork chops
- In a medium saucepan, combine water, salt, onion, garlic, rosemary, bay leaves, lemon and vinegar. Bring mixture to boil over high heat, stirring until salt dissolves. Remove from heat, cover and let sit 10 minutes.
- Place ice in a large bowl. Pour brine over ice and stir to melt.
- Place pork chops in a large freezer bag. Add brine and seal. To avoid spills, place bag in a large bowl and set in refrigerator for 3 hours.
- After brining, remove chops from bag. Rinse and pat dry. Discard brine. Grill over high heat for 2–3 minutes per side. Serve and enjoy!
AIP Wellness Bundle
The Alternative Autoimmune Cookbook is in the bundle. Just a few of the books go beyond the cost of the bundle – plus there are all the other books and coupons! It’s really a no-brainer if you are have allergies or any health problem!
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This Autoimmune Wellness Bundle is the very first bundle to focus on exclusively autoimmune protocol-friendly resources! It features 45 e-books and 26 discount codes for just $39. That is over 92% off what you would pay if you bought each e-book separately! Plus, you could save hundreds more dollars by taking advantage of the coupon codes!
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