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The companion cookbook to the revolutionary New York Times bestseller The Autoimmune Solution, filled with more than 150 nutritious, easy-to-prepare, every day recipes to heal symptoms of inflammation and autoimmune disorders, including Graves’ Disease, Psoriasis, Fibromyalgia, Lupus, Celiac disease, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, and Multiple sclerosis.Nine in ten Americans suf The companion cookbook to the revolutionary New York Times bestseller The Autoimmune Solution, filled with more than 150 nutritious, easy-to-prepare, every day recipes to heal symptoms of inflammation and autoimmune disorders, including Graves’ Disease, Psoriasis, Fibromyalgia, Lupus, Celiac disease, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, and Multiple sclerosis.Nine in ten Americans suffer from inflammation or an autoimmune disorder—conditions for which conventional medicine has no cure. Minor irritations like rashes and runny noses are ignored, while chronic and debilitating diseases like Crohn’s and rheumatoid arthritis are handled with a cocktail of toxic treatments that fail to address their root cause. But as Dr. Amy Myers revealed in The Autoimmune Solution, there are solutions. In this invaluable cookbook, she now shows you how to repair your body and reverse your symptoms by eating your way to good health.The Autoimmune Solution Cookbook delivers more than 150 grain-free recipes designed to prevent and reverse the full spectrum of autoimmune diseases, including allergies, obesity, asthma, cardiovascular disease, fibromyalgia, lupus, IBS, chronic headaches, fatigue, multiple sclerosis, colitis, Graves’ disease, and Hashimoto’s thyroiditis. As our food and environment becomes more toxic, the health of millions of us have been impaired. Thanks to Dr. Myers, you no longer need to rely on prescriptions—with troubling, sometimes dangerous side effects—to counteract your body’s over-reactive immune system. The Autoimmune Solution Cookbook is the healthy alternative to cope with and conquer inflammatory-related symptoms and diseases.


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The companion cookbook to the revolutionary New York Times bestseller The Autoimmune Solution, filled with more than 150 nutritious, easy-to-prepare, every day recipes to heal symptoms of inflammation and autoimmune disorders, including Graves’ Disease, Psoriasis, Fibromyalgia, Lupus, Celiac disease, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, and Multiple sclerosis.Nine in ten Americans suf The companion cookbook to the revolutionary New York Times bestseller The Autoimmune Solution, filled with more than 150 nutritious, easy-to-prepare, every day recipes to heal symptoms of inflammation and autoimmune disorders, including Graves’ Disease, Psoriasis, Fibromyalgia, Lupus, Celiac disease, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, and Multiple sclerosis.Nine in ten Americans suffer from inflammation or an autoimmune disorder—conditions for which conventional medicine has no cure. Minor irritations like rashes and runny noses are ignored, while chronic and debilitating diseases like Crohn’s and rheumatoid arthritis are handled with a cocktail of toxic treatments that fail to address their root cause. But as Dr. Amy Myers revealed in The Autoimmune Solution, there are solutions. In this invaluable cookbook, she now shows you how to repair your body and reverse your symptoms by eating your way to good health.The Autoimmune Solution Cookbook delivers more than 150 grain-free recipes designed to prevent and reverse the full spectrum of autoimmune diseases, including allergies, obesity, asthma, cardiovascular disease, fibromyalgia, lupus, IBS, chronic headaches, fatigue, multiple sclerosis, colitis, Graves’ disease, and Hashimoto’s thyroiditis. As our food and environment becomes more toxic, the health of millions of us have been impaired. Thanks to Dr. Myers, you no longer need to rely on prescriptions—with troubling, sometimes dangerous side effects—to counteract your body’s over-reactive immune system. The Autoimmune Solution Cookbook is the healthy alternative to cope with and conquer inflammatory-related symptoms and diseases.

30 review for The Autoimmune Solution Cookbook: Over 150 Delicious Recipes to Prevent and Reverse the Full Spectrum of Inflammatory Symptoms and Diseases

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    I was super excited when I heard about this book...it was a big let down. I do not like the set up. The pages have an odd feel to them, and the first 1/4 of the book is explaining autoimmune issues and all that that entails. Isn't that what her previous book was for? Then her recipes seemed like a big advertisement for her product line. I wanted this book to tell me what to eat to feel better and to make a permanent lifestyle change. This did nothing for me. I was super excited when I heard about this book...it was a big let down. I do not like the set up. The pages have an odd feel to them, and the first 1/4 of the book is explaining autoimmune issues and all that that entails. Isn't that what her previous book was for? Then her recipes seemed like a big advertisement for her product line. I wanted this book to tell me what to eat to feel better and to make a permanent lifestyle change. This did nothing for me.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Maggie

    I’ve read Dr Myers’ Autoimmune Solution book, looking for some answers to my own issues, so am familiar with her work. Likewise, with this cookbook, I was hoping to find some recipes I might be able to use, given the overabundance of food allergies I have at age 60. Sorry to say this book was a near-complete fail for me. I use a ketogenic diet, extremely modified to accommodate said allergies. I found a few recipes similar to those I already use, but also found the majority of her recipes use co I’ve read Dr Myers’ Autoimmune Solution book, looking for some answers to my own issues, so am familiar with her work. Likewise, with this cookbook, I was hoping to find some recipes I might be able to use, given the overabundance of food allergies I have at age 60. Sorry to say this book was a near-complete fail for me. I use a ketogenic diet, extremely modified to accommodate said allergies. I found a few recipes similar to those I already use, but also found the majority of her recipes use coconut, avocado, cucumber, sweet potatoes, squashes & other foods I cannot eat without repercussions. I think Dr Myers made a lot of assumptions as to the safety of these foods, especially coconut & avocado, and others may find themselves in the same boat as me. I appreciated her brief mention of histamine intolerance, but she might also look into lectin intolerance as a potential source of difficulties experienced by others like me.

  3. 5 out of 5

    E

    Skimmed it. I am not ready for these restrictions, maybe I can ease in? I'm also realizing that I need to buy the book if I'm going to try this because a checkout from the library isn't going to cut it! Skimmed it. I am not ready for these restrictions, maybe I can ease in? I'm also realizing that I need to buy the book if I'm going to try this because a checkout from the library isn't going to cut it!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Kathleen

    Good amount of recipes, mexican forward flavors for a good number of them (not a bad thing) but it seemed to be using (pushing?) the author's ingredients. Good amount of recipes, mexican forward flavors for a good number of them (not a bad thing) but it seemed to be using (pushing?) the author's ingredients.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    Part book, part cookbook. Lots of good info on autoimmune issues. There were some good recipes included and I might try a few! I like my cookbooks to actually have pictures included with the recipes though.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Amber

    Everything in this book points to a bunch of expensive health programs by Amy Myers. This book even led me to take a free online quiz which didn’t give actual results but instead just told me to read her other book and sign up for a $297 health course with shopping lists, meal plans, etc. I was hoping for actual information about SIBO and Candida overgrowth through the quiz results as was promised in the book. Nope. It was just an advertisement for the products on her website. Granted, her progr Everything in this book points to a bunch of expensive health programs by Amy Myers. This book even led me to take a free online quiz which didn’t give actual results but instead just told me to read her other book and sign up for a $297 health course with shopping lists, meal plans, etc. I was hoping for actual information about SIBO and Candida overgrowth through the quiz results as was promised in the book. Nope. It was just an advertisement for the products on her website. Granted, her programs seem like they’re helpful, but so much of this information about the Autoimmune Paleo protocol and Leaky Gut is already available for free in other books and websites (complete with shopping lists, recipes and meal plans which Myers wants you to pay for), and the products in her proprietary food line can be found more affordably at local or online natural food stores. This book did have some good information, but it was already covered in her previous book, The Autoimmune Solution. Even if this was just a straightforward cookbook I don’t appreciate how it calls for ingredients such as “The Myers Way Gelatin ($35)” and “The Myers Way Collagen Protein ($33).” This book left a bad taste in my mouth. I’m glad I got this one from the library!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Tracey

    nonfiction (health/cooking) This is a topic very much in demand, but I was disappointed--just a short explanation of why she recommends these dietary changes, and lots of plugs for the author's line of products for sale. I looked back at my review on her first book and I had much the same impression then. As for the recipes, it's unlikely that people will go to the trouble of eliminating all grains, etc. just from her paltry explanation, but if you already know for a fact that you are sensitive to nonfiction (health/cooking) This is a topic very much in demand, but I was disappointed--just a short explanation of why she recommends these dietary changes, and lots of plugs for the author's line of products for sale. I looked back at my review on her first book and I had much the same impression then. As for the recipes, it's unlikely that people will go to the trouble of eliminating all grains, etc. just from her paltry explanation, but if you already know for a fact that you are sensitive to x, y, and z, you might want to take a look here. Recommended instead (and seconded by my Functional Medicine doctor): the Wahls' Protocol books by Dr. Terry Wahls. She explains her dietary recommendations much more and also provides recipes for easing your way into this restrictive diet. one takeaway: just as big fish are generally higher in toxins than little fish (from a longer lifespan spent consuming contaminated foods), similarly it is more important to buy organic meat than to be concerned about pesticides in your vegetables (though, if you can, do both). Also: fat-soluble formulations of curcumin are easier to absorb (than straight curcumin?)--but you have to take your pills with some sort of fat in your meal. All of the supplement companies seem to have their own special formulations (designed to increase absorption--the other helpful additive I've heard of is black pepper), so I'm not sure what works best (this article from the NIH is as clear as mud). A good practice might be to consume a little fat/oil and a little black pepper with your pills regardless of what formulation it is.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Louisa

    This is a cookbook for Autoimmune disease relief and reversal, if you need a low histamine or different diet then this isnt for you. Its geared towards the US in regards to where to buy things and what to prioritise if your budget is small. She does promote her bone broth, collagen and gelatine in her recipes, she does state several times you can use an alternative and what to look for, so if this will offend you dont bother. Theres plenty if science in this book but it's a cookbook, for more info This is a cookbook for Autoimmune disease relief and reversal, if you need a low histamine or different diet then this isnt for you. Its geared towards the US in regards to where to buy things and what to prioritise if your budget is small. She does promote her bone broth, collagen and gelatine in her recipes, she does state several times you can use an alternative and what to look for, so if this will offend you dont bother. Theres plenty if science in this book but it's a cookbook, for more info on the whys and what's read the original book. I have ruematoid arthritis and am tottering on the edge of applying this diet as I'm not getting as much relief from a paleo as I'm sure I could. The cold bare facts are in this diet so if your going to become a nanny when she tells you it takes gluten to leave your body, three months then don't read. I wont be running out buying now toxic cook wear and the like, she says herself she was sick a long time, I dont she did either, but I will certainly give it a lot of thought when I do replace my current things As someone from the uk I found it very informative, you can buy alot of the same things in amazon or buywholefoods.com, and as for the cost I may spend more on groceries but I've found I'm so full I only eat 2x a day and sometimes not even that! I found the recipes on how to make coconut milk and butter etc very informative and useful, I found coconut milk powder online so I may change from nut milk at least As I said I'm still on the fence I dont know that I can give up nuts and eggs, but I will see how it goes, after all I do want to get better and that's surely worth any sacrifice.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Sinead

    This cookbook is generally good. I had read the Autoimmune Solution previously, but actually the start of this cookbook covers all the important points from the first book, therefore you can pick this book up without prior knowledge of the system/diet. I thought there was a good range of recipes. My only real complaint is that some of the ingredients are not to be found easily/cheaply in Ireland. Therefore this is not a diet for the budget-conscious. But for the health-conscious, I think it's a This cookbook is generally good. I had read the Autoimmune Solution previously, but actually the start of this cookbook covers all the important points from the first book, therefore you can pick this book up without prior knowledge of the system/diet. I thought there was a good range of recipes. My only real complaint is that some of the ingredients are not to be found easily/cheaply in Ireland. Therefore this is not a diet for the budget-conscious. But for the health-conscious, I think it's a good book.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    Normally I don’t rate non vegan cookbooks because I’d give them all 0 stars for obvious reasons, but this was just ridiculous. It was supposed to be a resource for those with severe health problems but a) its just basically promoting a paleo diet which is so obviously proven to not be healthy and b) she basically used the whole thing to spout off about things she sells- supplements, protein powders, etc.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Leeann

    The author clearly as an ulterior motive in this book: "follow everything I say and you'll be cured" variety. This is highly suspect. The recipes are just ok - there isn't anything "special" about them. The author clearly as an ulterior motive in this book: "follow everything I say and you'll be cured" variety. This is highly suspect. The recipes are just ok - there isn't anything "special" about them.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Vanessa Santourian

    Good recipes for AIP diet

  13. 4 out of 5

    Taytay2292

    Meant of the recipes had expensive and specialty ingredients. I appreciated the list of recipes according to allergies as I am on a low histamine diet but it didn't leave too many options. Meant of the recipes had expensive and specialty ingredients. I appreciated the list of recipes according to allergies as I am on a low histamine diet but it didn't leave too many options.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Denise

    I am using the recipes in this book at least twice a week, sometimes more. I feel great when I cook this way!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Irene

    Good recipes, but there are no citations for her claims.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Monica

    This book is a long advertise for the author's products. If you want to read it, check your library copy first. This book is a long advertise for the author's products. If you want to read it, check your library copy first.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    Tons of info and recipes

  18. 5 out of 5

    Margaret Gerberding

    Several members of my family, myself included, have autoimmune issues, so I am always looking for healthy recipes to feed us! This book has a lot of recipes that I want to try.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    I’m not sure if I’m ready to jump in 100% but I definitely feel like I’ve gained information and resources to reduce inflammation in my life.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Julie

    good basic book to help get to grips with AIP

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kristina

    Need to buy this one!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Errin Weisman

    Great recipes... Still absorbing the functional medicine spin on autoimmune issues

  23. 5 out of 5

    Liz

  24. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

  25. 4 out of 5

    Mzglow

  26. 5 out of 5

    Chantal Graupmann

  27. 4 out of 5

    Estee Wesley

  28. 5 out of 5

    Cecilia Barton

  29. 4 out of 5

    Elisa Boxer

  30. 5 out of 5

    Lgiles16

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