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Fight fibro the natural way—with food. There’s a vital connection between what you eat and how you feel. Fibromyalgia Freedom! helps you manage your fibromyalgia naturally by taking control of your nutrition. This gourmet meal plan targets pain, lethargy, indigestion, and cognitive “brain fog,” so you can find relief—and still eat well.The 4-stage plan starts you on a t Fight fibro the natural way—with food. There’s a vital connection between what you eat and how you feel. Fibromyalgia Freedom! helps you manage your fibromyalgia naturally by taking control of your nutrition. This gourmet meal plan targets pain, lethargy, indigestion, and cognitive “brain fog,” so you can find relief—and still eat well.The 4-stage plan starts you on a targeted diet, removing problematic foods to give your body a chance to heal. Over 110 recipes give you lots of engaging options to further reduce fibromyalgia symptoms. The recipes are brain- or immunity-boosting, and many are free of gluten, dairy, or allergens like nuts.In Fibromyalgia Freedom!, you’ll find: 4-week meal plan—Address fibromyalgia symptoms in four stages: Pain Management, Gaining Energy, Fighting Brain Fog, and Promoting Healthy Digestion. 110+ nourishing recipes—Enjoy Thai Coconut Milk Soup, Crispy Baked Parsnip Fries, Italian-Style Meatballs, Creamy Chocolate Mousse, and more. Symptom tracking—Regain control of your health using a guided tracking strategy, made easy with charts for your symptoms, foods, and weekly progress. This holistic approach to fibromyalgia treatment will put you on the path to a more stress-free and symptom-free life.


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Fight fibro the natural way—with food. There’s a vital connection between what you eat and how you feel. Fibromyalgia Freedom! helps you manage your fibromyalgia naturally by taking control of your nutrition. This gourmet meal plan targets pain, lethargy, indigestion, and cognitive “brain fog,” so you can find relief—and still eat well.The 4-stage plan starts you on a t Fight fibro the natural way—with food. There’s a vital connection between what you eat and how you feel. Fibromyalgia Freedom! helps you manage your fibromyalgia naturally by taking control of your nutrition. This gourmet meal plan targets pain, lethargy, indigestion, and cognitive “brain fog,” so you can find relief—and still eat well.The 4-stage plan starts you on a targeted diet, removing problematic foods to give your body a chance to heal. Over 110 recipes give you lots of engaging options to further reduce fibromyalgia symptoms. The recipes are brain- or immunity-boosting, and many are free of gluten, dairy, or allergens like nuts.In Fibromyalgia Freedom!, you’ll find: 4-week meal plan—Address fibromyalgia symptoms in four stages: Pain Management, Gaining Energy, Fighting Brain Fog, and Promoting Healthy Digestion. 110+ nourishing recipes—Enjoy Thai Coconut Milk Soup, Crispy Baked Parsnip Fries, Italian-Style Meatballs, Creamy Chocolate Mousse, and more. Symptom tracking—Regain control of your health using a guided tracking strategy, made easy with charts for your symptoms, foods, and weekly progress. This holistic approach to fibromyalgia treatment will put you on the path to a more stress-free and symptom-free life.

30 review for Fibromyalgia Freedom!: Your Essential Cookbook and Meal Plan to Relieve Pain, Clear Brain Fog, and Fight Fatigue

  1. 4 out of 5

    Heather Bridson

    Well, I was sent a copy of this book to review. And, although I hate leaving bad reviews this one gets one. I have been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia for years now, and I have done a lot of research on my own. Now, before I get into the issues I have with the book, I will say that eating healthier will make a person feel better in general. Cutting out the sugars and processed foods will help make a person healthier in general. But, there is no relation between fibromyalgia and diet, so this will n Well, I was sent a copy of this book to review. And, although I hate leaving bad reviews this one gets one. I have been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia for years now, and I have done a lot of research on my own. Now, before I get into the issues I have with the book, I will say that eating healthier will make a person feel better in general. Cutting out the sugars and processed foods will help make a person healthier in general. But, there is no relation between fibromyalgia and diet, so this will not cure your condition. It will not free you from the pain and other issues you have, but you may feel better. But, cutting out grains, large fish, legumes and fruit juice from your diet is unneeded, and can cause other issues. Stranger even, this book wants you to remove alcohol from your diet, but only for the first couple months, then you can add it back into your diet. Next, the part that made me give up all hope that the book could help me.. page 4 "You might not realize it but almost all of your nervous system and immune system are located in your gut (or Digestive System)." See, right there that is false. The systems do work together, the nervous system consists of the brain, spinal column and nerves. The immune system is also not mostly in the digestive system. The digestive system does kill off things that would harm us, but our main immune defense is not in our digestive system. But, make your own decisions. Now, the plan would make you feel better. Adding the exercise, sleep and stress relief suggestions would help a lot as well. These are covered by a normal doc, with sleep and exercise being a major effective way to help your fibromyalgia. In any case, this book may make you feel better in general but I can't see this diet alone helping with the condition itself.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Chris Sadler

    Your Essential Cookbook and Meal Plan to Relieve Pain, Clear Brain Fog, and Fight Fatigue People with fibromyalgia have to deal with chronic pain, brain fog, fatigue, gastrointestinal discomfort every day. It is a difficult diagnosis to prove and an even more difficult condition to live with. Whether you have recently been diagnosed or have been dealing with fibromyalgia many years, I think this book can help. Fibromyalgia Freedom! was written by Kathleen Standafer, a registered dietitian nutritio Your Essential Cookbook and Meal Plan to Relieve Pain, Clear Brain Fog, and Fight Fatigue People with fibromyalgia have to deal with chronic pain, brain fog, fatigue, gastrointestinal discomfort every day. It is a difficult diagnosis to prove and an even more difficult condition to live with. Whether you have recently been diagnosed or have been dealing with fibromyalgia many years, I think this book can help. Fibromyalgia Freedom! was written by Kathleen Standafer, a registered dietitian nutritionist, and certified LEAP (lifestyle eating and performance) therapist. Standafer has seen firsthand the healing power of specific foods and lifestyle changes. Her introduction to Fibromyalgia Freedom! explains how it can help. See exactly how to optimize your health by eating the right foods, using movement, and changing your mindset. I showed this book to Peggy who has fibromyalgia because I am a bit of a skeptic. Since the book is simple to follow and informative we felt people newly diagnosed with fibromyalgia will especially find it a good first read. How Food Affects Your Condition First of all, the fibromyalgia syndrome itself is explained. You learn how food can affect it, good and bad. Chapter two explains the “fibromyalgia diet”, the do’s and don’ts of eating. You even get a list of foods you can use to combat your symptoms instead of drugs. (It isn’t saying ditch the meds but to try some of these foods as a healthy option where possible.) You can learn the exercise and simple routines included because moving will help with your symptoms. Next begins the 28 Day Meal Plan created to help you get into the “fibro diet” and stick to it. Included are shopping lists and recipes all planned for you. To help you commit to the process, use the Symptom Log, Weekly Symptom Diary, and a Food Symptom Journal. The clear and readable format makes it very easy to follow. The recipes are easy to follow too because of their descriptions and lists of benefits. Many of the recipes didn’t really seem like diet recipes (except for the salads I guess) since they seemed so delicious. If you didn’t tell them they were healthy, your whole family would likely be quite happy with many of them. Peggy made the Bell Pepper-Asparagus Frittata for her family, they enjoyed it. Edit: (The Bell Pepper-Asparagus Frittata recipe was included in the original post with permission of the publisher but was then removed at the request of the author, sorry for that.)

  3. 4 out of 5

    Roxanne L. Puga

    A great resource The author did a great job of explaining fibromyalgia in simple terms. She didn't go into a lot of research details but there isn't much out there. An elimination diet is the main feature of this book along with recipes and an eating plan. I have had some success with a similar plan and am interested in adding some of her suggestions and recipes to my eating plan. A great resource The author did a great job of explaining fibromyalgia in simple terms. She didn't go into a lot of research details but there isn't much out there. An elimination diet is the main feature of this book along with recipes and an eating plan. I have had some success with a similar plan and am interested in adding some of her suggestions and recipes to my eating plan.

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