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The Autoimmune Protocol Made Simple Cookbook - Start Healing Your Body and Reversing Chronic Illness Today with 100 Delicious Recipes
Sophie Van Tiggelen
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The Autoimmune Protocol Diet is gaining attention as the top health-supportive diet for the 50 million people suffering from autoimmune conditions; however living the AIP way can feel confusing and overwhelming.
You may have no idea where to start and are overwhelmed by the seemingly endless list of foods to avoid and strict guidelines to adhere to — the reality is that you can do the AIP diet easily (and deliciously!)
Written by popular AIP blogger, Sophie Van Tiggelen, of A Squirrel in the Kitchen, The Autoimmune Protocol Made Simple Cookbook distils the complicated science and diet tenets found in other AIP books down to most practical, actionable, “need-to-know” information in the form of diet guidelines, 100 recipes, shopping lists, as well as simple tools and strategies for doing the AIP diet successfully.
This book makes AIP clear and understandable with short, succinct explanations of the different AIP approaches and 100 AIP compliant recipes that are inventive and delicious – and don’t make you feel like you are eating on a restricted diet.
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