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“In The Rheumatoid Arthritis Cookbook, Caitlin skillfully guides you towards improved health with her all-encompassing program that includes valuable, researched information on RA, easy-to-follow meal plans, and delicious, wholesome recipes that will keep you nourished and satisfied.” —Kate Hope, MS, CNSIf you are one of the 1.3 million people in the US living with rheumato “In The Rheumatoid Arthritis Cookbook, Caitlin skillfully guides you towards improved health with her all-encompassing program that includes valuable, researched information on RA, easy-to-follow meal plans, and delicious, wholesome recipes that will keep you nourished and satisfied.” —Kate Hope, MS, CNSIf you are one of the 1.3 million people in the US living with rheumatoid arthritis, you’re all too familiar with joint pain, fatigue, and even depression. And if you’ve tried one-size-fits-all anti-inflammatory treatments, you may be disappointed in their side effects or the lack of relief they provide.Though her rheumatoid arthritis symptoms are now under control, author and nutrition expert Caitlin Samson once felt exactly this way. But after many years of frustration and pain, she finally received appropriate nutritional guidance and began managing her rheumatoid arthritis through an anti-inflammatory diet.The Rheumatoid Arthritis Cookbook is the first cookbook of its kind, offering recipes specifically geared towards those with rheumatoid arthritis.Revolutionary and comprehensive, The Rheumatoid Arthritis Cookbook offers: 100 easy recipes that offer big flavors with little prep work A 2-week meal plan to get started right away, with guidelines for modifying calories to lose or gain weight Up-to-date information outlining the foods that fight (or worsen) inflammation A guide to the medicine-diet relationship to better understand how nutrition can balance out the side effects of rheumatoid arthritis medications In this groundbreaking rheumatoid arthritis resource, Caitlin proves that finding relief from your rheumatoid arthritis symptoms through anti-inflammatory nutrition is possible—and shows exactly how you can do it, too.


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“In The Rheumatoid Arthritis Cookbook, Caitlin skillfully guides you towards improved health with her all-encompassing program that includes valuable, researched information on RA, easy-to-follow meal plans, and delicious, wholesome recipes that will keep you nourished and satisfied.” —Kate Hope, MS, CNSIf you are one of the 1.3 million people in the US living with rheumato “In The Rheumatoid Arthritis Cookbook, Caitlin skillfully guides you towards improved health with her all-encompassing program that includes valuable, researched information on RA, easy-to-follow meal plans, and delicious, wholesome recipes that will keep you nourished and satisfied.” —Kate Hope, MS, CNSIf you are one of the 1.3 million people in the US living with rheumatoid arthritis, you’re all too familiar with joint pain, fatigue, and even depression. And if you’ve tried one-size-fits-all anti-inflammatory treatments, you may be disappointed in their side effects or the lack of relief they provide.Though her rheumatoid arthritis symptoms are now under control, author and nutrition expert Caitlin Samson once felt exactly this way. But after many years of frustration and pain, she finally received appropriate nutritional guidance and began managing her rheumatoid arthritis through an anti-inflammatory diet.The Rheumatoid Arthritis Cookbook is the first cookbook of its kind, offering recipes specifically geared towards those with rheumatoid arthritis.Revolutionary and comprehensive, The Rheumatoid Arthritis Cookbook offers: 100 easy recipes that offer big flavors with little prep work A 2-week meal plan to get started right away, with guidelines for modifying calories to lose or gain weight Up-to-date information outlining the foods that fight (or worsen) inflammation A guide to the medicine-diet relationship to better understand how nutrition can balance out the side effects of rheumatoid arthritis medications In this groundbreaking rheumatoid arthritis resource, Caitlin proves that finding relief from your rheumatoid arthritis symptoms through anti-inflammatory nutrition is possible—and shows exactly how you can do it, too.

30 review for The Rheumatoid Arthritis Cookbook: Anti-Inflammatory Recipes to Fight Flares and Fatigue

  1. 5 out of 5

    julia campbell

    Easy to follow Great information from a nutritionist that actually has RA. She includes a lot of links if you want more in-depth info. The recipes look delicious, and have ingredients that are all readily available. The thought of having to change my diet is a little overwhelming, but this is a good place to start.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Lena

    I think some of the recipes look really good! It just seems like a hassle to go on a completely anti-inflammatory diet thought because of all the special ingredients you have to buy.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Erin Kennedy

    Informative The book has a lot of good tips however a lot of the recipes I can not see myself msking.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jessikirk

    There’s good information in here, although I’d wager anyone with RA is aware of the medical information. I have not actually tried the recipes yet. I only read through the book and read through a few recipes in each chapter. I really like how she has labeled the recipes as vegetarian, vegan, make ahead, etc. (One of my best friends is vegetarian, so it’s nice to have options for her.) The thing that really stand out to me is how difficult it may be for some to find the ingredients. I have never There’s good information in here, although I’d wager anyone with RA is aware of the medical information. I have not actually tried the recipes yet. I only read through the book and read through a few recipes in each chapter. I really like how she has labeled the recipes as vegetarian, vegan, make ahead, etc. (One of my best friends is vegetarian, so it’s nice to have options for her.) The thing that really stand out to me is how difficult it may be for some to find the ingredients. I have never even heard of some of these ingredients! However, the instructions seem manageable. The food food seems like it would taste good in the end. I would have rated the cookbook higher, except the ingredient issue. Hopefully, I’ll be able to try out a couple of these and update this review.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Joni

    Not what I was hoping for.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Fullfaun Faun

    Lots of foods to eat and foods to avoid, recipes are easy! less than 7 ingredients for most of the recipes. Explains what causes the body to hurt, etc.

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    Dawn

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