Anti-Inflammatory Meal Plan

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ABOUT THE ANTI-INFLAMMATORY MEAL PLAN

This plans is suitable for people who want to reduce inflammation in their body and work on existing health problems or use it as a preventative tool. The Anti-inflammatory meal plan is also very suitable to be used as a general healthy eating plan.

Why would you need anti-inflammatory foods?

Chronic inflammation is at the root of most diseases and poor diet is fuelling inflammation. Body’s inflammatory response can eventually damage healthy cells, tissues or organs. Over time this can lead to development of several diseases including allergies, hay fever, headaches, digestive complaints, skin conditions, metabolic and cardiovascular problems, cancer and neurodegenerative diseases, to name a few. In my practice I have seen great improvements in peoples’ health by using anti-inflammatory foods.

You will get:

  • Total of 100+ pages of recipes, tips and educational info
  • Meal plan for week 1 and week 2
  • Shopping list for week 1 and week 2
  • Nutritional value tables
  • General info about inflammation
  • Extended info on functions of foods
  • Extra handouts: frozen foods, tips for smoothies
  • 7 Extra Anti-Inflammatory smoothie recipes
  • 7 Extra Anti-Inflammatory breakfast recipes

FOODS YOU WILL FIND:

  • Proteins: chicken, turkey, cod, salmon, tuna, prawns (shrimp), eggs, optional goats cheese, optional cheddar cheese
  • Vegetables: sweet potato, carrot, cauliflower, onions, mushrooms, zucchini and typical salad items
  • Nuts and seeds: almonds, cashews, pistachios, walnuts, flax, chia, hemp seeds, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds
  • Fruits and berries: variety of berries, cherries, pomegranate and typical fruits
  • Fats/oils: butter, olive oil, coconut oil (flavoured or unflavoured options), coconut milk
  • Miscellaneous: oats, cacao nibs, cocoa powder, maple syrup, coconut flakes, lentils, chick peas, hummus, quinoa, apple cider vinegar
  • Herbs and spices: typical selection of herbs
  • Breakfast options – porridges, smoothies, eggs, wraps, oats
  • Lunch/dinner options – salads, meat with veggies, patties, soup, curry, stir fry, grilled kebab, seafood, savoury muffins, healthy taco, dips, healthy desserts, chocolate

Recipes can be modified to be gluten and dairy free and have many alternative options to suit your liking.

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ABOUT THE ANTI-INFLAMMATORY MEAL PLAN

This plans is suitable for people who want to reduce inflammation in their body and work on existing health problems or use it as a preventative tool. The Anti-inflammatory meal plan is also very suitable to be used as a general healthy eating plan.

Why would you need anti-inflammatory foods?

Chronic inflammation is at the root of most diseases and poor diet is fuelling inflammation. Body’s inflammatory response can eventually damage healthy cells, tissues or organs. Over time this can lead to development of several diseases including allergies, hay fever, headaches, digestive complaints, skin conditions, metabolic and cardiovascular problems, cancer and neurodegenerative diseases, to name a few. In my practice I have seen great improvements in peoples’ health by using anti-inflammatory foods.

You will get:

  • Total of 100+ pages of recipes, tips and educational info
  • Meal plan for week 1 and week 2
  • Shopping list for week 1 and week 2
  • Nutritional value tables
  • General info about inflammation
  • Extended info on functions of foods
  • Extra handouts: frozen foods, tips for smoothies
  • 7 Extra Anti-Inflammatory smoothie recipes
  • 7 Extra Anti-Inflammatory breakfast recipes

FOODS YOU WILL FIND:

  • Proteins: chicken, turkey, cod, salmon, tuna, prawns (shrimp), eggs, optional goats cheese, optional cheddar cheese
  • Vegetables: sweet potato, carrot, cauliflower, onions, mushrooms, zucchini and typical salad items
  • Nuts and seeds: almonds, cashews, pistachios, walnuts, flax, chia, hemp seeds, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds
  • Fruits and berries: variety of berries, cherries, pomegranate and typical fruits
  • Fats/oils: butter, olive oil, coconut oil (flavoured or unflavoured options), coconut milk
  • Miscellaneous: oats, cacao nibs, cocoa powder, maple syrup, coconut flakes, lentils, chick peas, hummus, quinoa, apple cider vinegar
  • Herbs and spices: typical selection of herbs
  • Breakfast options – porridges, smoothies, eggs, wraps, oats
  • Lunch/dinner options – salads, meat with veggies, patties, soup, curry, stir fry, grilled kebab, seafood, savoury muffins, healthy taco, dips, healthy desserts, chocolate

Recipes can be modified to be gluten and dairy free and have many alternative options to suit your liking.