Please Note: This is a digital eBook.
Yasmina’s Favorite Book!
A Collection of Recipes Formerly Known as Man Food (for no particular reason other than she thought it was fun)
This book, like the Anti-Cookbook and Anti-Detox books, is bursting with phytonutrients, particularly the the bioflavonoids quercetin, luteolin and rutin, concentrated extracts of which have been shown to stabilize mast cells in medical studies.
This dairy- and gluten-free book has nut-free options, and grain- or grain-free offerings. You can 100% go either way. There’s a section on how to substitute flours and sweeteners, and tons of information on healing inflammation through nutrition. Recipes in here feature multiple, exhaustive substitution options, as well as offering suggestions on how to spice things up for family members, or add extra calories and protein to meals.
Almost every single ingredient in this book has been chosen for its antihistamine or anti-inflammatory properties (often both).
You can make the recipes in this book as simple or as lush as you’d like. This is a book you’ll grow with, adding ingredients in steps as your body heals.
This 170 page book contains a selection of breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and sides.
Please note: These books are not a medical treatment of any kind. While the aforementioned bioflavonoids have been shown to prevent mast cell degranulation and act as an antihistamine in medical studies conducted on animals or in test tubes, no studies have examined their consumption as a part of a generally anti-inflammatory diet.
Paleo Alert: This book contains some lentils, chickpeas, and white beans, which are interchangeable with each other, but cannot be totally omitted. Other than that, it’s pretty paleo compatible, as the recipes all feature grain-free options.