Food Pharmacy: A Guide to Gut Bacteria, Anti-Inflammatory Foods, and Eating for Health (英语) 精装 – 2018年1月2日
"Food Pharmacy shows the extraordinary power of food to reduce inflammation, restore gut bacteria, and cure disease. Future prescriptions can be filled at the local grocery instead of at the drug store."
―Dr. Mark Hyman, New York Times bestselling author of Eat Fat Get Thin
"In Food Pharmacy, the Scandinavian approach to healthy eating comes stateside. The book decodes antiinflammatory foods, “good” and “bad” fats, and gut health in a way that is easy to understand and informative. Touted as the “prescription diet you will never overdose on,” Food Pharmacy also includes many health-promoting recipes that range from a luscious golden milk to vegetable-based dishes such as a cold potato salad with prebiotic Jerusalem artichokes."
―Clean Eating Magazine
"Swedish bloggers Aurell and Clase make their life-changing eating habits a source of education, fun, and sustenance for readers. . . . What’s particularly motivational are their personal stories of trial and error, whether it has to do with giving up breakfast or cutting way, way down on sugar intake. . . . Lots of “ahas” will greet the text, from explanations of each individual’s 100 billion good gut bacteria to symptoms of chronic inflammation."
"No doubt this is the most chatty and interactive book I’ve picked up on anti-inflammatory cooking. . . . Food Pharmacy is the perfect book for someone who’s just beginning to realize how much their diet may be making them ill, less able, and sluggish."
"It's not hard to understand why Food Pharmacy became the best-selling book in Sweden. Scientific studies on how we can eat healthier are presented in an easy-to-understand manner and with a great deal of humor."
―Brodde Wette, CEO Add Health Media
“I recommend Food Pharmacy to everyone. It successfully communicates vital knowledge about nutrition and its correlation with health in a brilliant and easily accessible manner. It invites readers to take responsibility for their health and well-being. While the impact diet has on our health is familiar to many today, not everyone is aware of the facts. Thank you, Food Pharmacy, for contributing to the creation of a healthy and happier world!”
―Leena Steen, MD GP
Mia Clase is a copywriter and was creative director at some of the biggest advertising agencies in Stockholm. She co-runs the blog Food Pharmacy. She lives in Stockholm, Sweden.
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Beyond the cold potato recipe, so important because of its resistant starch, this is a book filled with wise information about healthy eating and trying to minimize inflammation through diet. I have celiac disease, an autoimmune disease in which exposure to gluten significantly damages the small intestine, and can cause chronic inflammation, malabsorption, and dysbiosis that impacts your entire digestive tract. Many celiacs suffer from inflammatory bowel disease, as well. Even without an autoimmune disease, your whole GI tract can be unhappy when you have the wrong bacterial microbiome and that unhappiness can cause inflammation, and make you more prone to metabolic syndrome or diabetes type 2.
This book explains in layman's terms how and why to eat better. It's a good starting point for anyone with a New Year's resolution to change the way they eat.
*If you want to cook protein in a safer way, check out sous vide methods!