Meals That Heal Inflammation by Julie Daniluk

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I guess I was in my 30’s before I realized that the food I ate, determined how I felt.  A man I met on the internet explained to me the organ clock and how we are affected.  I won’t even begin to go into what all he told me.  I had no clue that I would eventually marry this man.  Being addicted to junk food and married to a iridologist/ND sometimes isn’t the best mixture.  But then again, it has gave me a bit of what I need – it has made me more aware.

I guess that is why when I seen the book titled, “Meals That Heal Inflammation”, by Julie Daniluk R.H.N.  It appealed to me.  I wanted to see what it was exactly.  After corresponding with Julie, she offered to send me a couple of her books.  One being, “Meals That Heal Inflammation”.

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While this book is full of wonderful recipes, it is not what I would consider a ordinary cookbook.  Julie will explain to you several things.  Things like:

Why do we hurt?

She breaks these hurts down in chapters like:

Emotional Pain, Ouch in allergy, Infection connection, Finding the balance, Injury recovery and Healing starts with the gut. 

After this she will guide you through the Anti- inflammatory Menu plan.  She has a 5 step plan in place.  She will explain the anti-inflammatory food chart & pyramid.  Then she will teach you how to even set up your kitchen.

Finally she shares with you some fabulous recipes.  The fast healthy food and slow Decadent slow food.  There is a variety of breakfast foods to start the day, Liquid healing, soups and sides, salads, sauces, dips and dressings.  Main meals and YES – even treats!

There was so much I loved about this book.  Things such as the graphics.  Each recipe is has a beautiful picture with it.  The recipe itself is recipes that anyone can do.  It is full of ingredients that you can find at your local supermarket. 

I can’t even begin to tell you all the charts she has in this book.  Charts that is so helpful to me.  I like having a visual of things, so the charts of things such as the amount of a serving sizes really helped me out. 

There is charts for allergy substitutions, a place for a journal. 

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Throughout the book you will find notes.  You will find answers to common questions.  You will also find an easy read.  What I mean by this is, Julie writes this book with heart.  You can see she is passionate about her writing and knows what she is talking about.  She will connect with the reader through her words and keep you hooked.  I guarantee you will not fall asleep like some standard medical books sometimes cause.

Don’t just take my word for it though.  Connect with Julie throughout her various social media outlets.  Places such as Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, instagram.  Visit her website and when you feel this book may be something you are interested in, go to Amazon and purchase your own copy. 

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Disclaimer:  I received the item discussed in this post in exchange for sharing my opinion.  All opinions are 100% my own and may or may not differ from yours.

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