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- Publisher: Rockridge Press (September 17, 2019)
- Publication Date: September 17, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07X7KJ8QV
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #180,755 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The 4-Week Endometriosis Diet Plan: 75 Healing Recipes to Relieve Symptoms and Regain Control of Your Life Kindle Edition
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About the Author
KATIE EDMONDS is a Nutritional Therapy Consultant and a Paleo Autoimmune Protocol certified coach. She runs the educational website HealEndo.com and supports clients one-on-one through her online practice. A staunch advocate of understanding endometriosis as a whole-body disease, Katie wrote the book on endo-belly, connecting the severity of endometriosis to gut health.--This text refers to the paperback edition.
“In a world with a lot of noise to sift through in the wellness industry, this book rises above the rest and is written by a functional nutritional therapist who has endometriosis herself. This isn’t just another fad diet or the typical ‘Endo Diet,’ it’s a true lifestyle change that can lead to a better understanding of your health, how the disease works, and how to get better.”―Candace
“This book is a great resource for anyone dealing with endometriosis. It explains what it is and how certain foods can affect it. The recipes are easy to prepare and sound good.”―Nancy K.
“This book highlights simple recipes using nutritious foods, massages, pelvic exercises, and lifestyle changes to find relief for painful symptoms from endometriosis. The weekly meal plans and shopping list are clear and easy to follow. There are not a lot of images, but the recipes actually look appetizing, using healthy, simple ingredients and requiring just 2 to 3 steps to cook.”―Alex
“As anyone who has used a Band-Aid approach to treating endometriosis knows, one method alone is rarely successful at preserving fertility and quality of life―or at maintaining hope. To address this condition, we need a smart, integrative framework and a multitude of healing modalities with a nourishing approach at the forefront. You will find these tools in this book.” ―Aviva Romm, MD, author of The Adrenal Thyroid Revolution
“In The 4-Week Endometriosis Diet Plan Katie has managed to capture what a healing diet should be all about: delicious meals aimed to reverse undernutrition, quell systemic inflammation, and diversify the gut microbiome―all while helping you feel truly nourished. In a confusing world of competing nutritional advice, this book will help those suffering from endometriosis better understand a clear starting point of what changes can be made today.” ―Dr. Jolene Brighten, author of Beyond the Pill
“In a world with a lot of noise to sift through in the wellness industry, this book rises above the rest and is written by a functional nutritional therapist who has endometriosis herself. This isn’t just another fad diet or the typical ‘Endo Diet,’ it’s a true lifestyle change that can lead to a better understanding of your health, how the disease works, and how to get better.” ―Candace--This text refers to the paperback edition.
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The diet is easy to follow, author has done well to include the shopping lists, meal plans, and breaking it all down to baby steps for lasting changes in endo symptoms. This has been life changing for me. Read her website as well- informative and even more details on how the nutrition affects inflammation. I didnt even realize the grains Id been cutting out (things I loved before) because I am enjoying meals again without them.
we have several special diets in our home- diabetes, fodmap, and pork & seafood allergies. I have been able to use every recipe with uncomplicated adaptations- often she includes them in the instructions!
Cons: some foods are difficult to find. I recommend using Thrive market for the dry goods (and some amazing additives), and Sizzlefish, Butcher Box, & Wellness meats for your fresh fish & truly grassfed animal products.
I'm not gonna lie, the prep day is long. Takes me 2 to 3 hrs to prepare for the week each weekend though does get easier with practice. IMO all the time is WORTH it to be nearly pain free. ;)
If you have a food processor that will help immensely in nearly every recipe.
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which personally set me off with a bad flare and gives me endo belly really bad. Some of the recipes were really not
to my liking like Baked Apples and Onions!!!
There also seemed to be many recipes which needed oven cooking or frying. Fried food also sets off my symptoms. Reading through the recipes I felt I would be constantly in the kitchen and there were no quick recipes. I did not really like the idea of a set diet plan. I would rather choose my own eating plan and this book is too rigid in its approach and use.
Very disappointed and after buying the book I noticed the one good review was from a 'professional reviewer' and not from someone who has endo. Unfortunately, all told, not impressed with this book.
I BOUGHT it on Amazon as my job revolves around healthy food, researching food/recipes, food deserts, community kitchens (so everything about food) AND literacy.
#callisto #callistomedia apparently does not like me as I don't belong the ALA (I am Canadian!!!) -- I am not holding it against them but it would be nice to review their books on #NetGalley
From the publisher, as I do not repeat the contents or story of books in reviews, I let them do it as they do it better than I do 😸.
Treat your endo by treating yourself to the right foods.
Endometriosis feels like an endless challenge, but you can give your body a boost in the battle against pain and bloating. The 4-Week Endometriosis Diet Plan shows you how to manage endo naturally by taking control of what you eat—which has been proven to help you feel better.
This up-to-date, month-long plan is designed to reverse malnutrition, balance blood sugar, and reduce your discomfort—while letting you customize meals for your body. The recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert include tasty ingredients like garden veggies, fresh fish, healing herbs, grass-fed meats, and more. Keep tabs on your progress with a symptom tracker, and discover lifestyle adjustments that could further reduce your endometriosis symptoms.
The 4-Week Endometriosis Diet Plan includes:
Guide to endo—Learn what endometriosis means, why it's hard to diagnose, what range of treatments are available—and that you’re not alone.4 healing weeks—Address your endometriosis symptoms with a 28-day meal plan, including nutrition facts and shopping lists.75 nourishing recipes—Enjoy flavorful dishes like Moroccan Turkey and Sweet Potato Breakfast Bake, Summer Herbed Carrots, Lemon Walnut Mackerel, Mum’s Flourless Chocolate Cake, and more.
Keep your body—and taste buds—happy with The 4-Week Endometriosis Diet Plan.
As someone who is fighting both endo and PCOS, this is a book that I can go through and cook and perhaps make myself feel better, physically, in the end. The advice is sold and the recipes look extraordinarily balanced and healthy for anyone who does or does not have endo. Healthy food is good for everyone, you know. LOL
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