This book contains over 150 Lyme Disease Recipes!       
Written under the coaching of Dr. Ken Singleton, MD       

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Many people are aware of Dr. Ken Singleton's excellent book, The Lyme Disease Solution. In that book, Dr. Singleton lays out a diet that he calls The Lyme Inflammation Diet, which contains dietary guidelines for Lyme disease sufferers. Dr. Singleton's guidelines have become recognized as the standard of care by many Lyme Literate Medical Practitioners. Now, Dr. Singleton has teamed up with Gail and Laura Piazza to create a cookbook for people who wish to make meals based on the dietary principles found in The Lyme Inflammation Diet. (NOTE: For more information on Lyme disease dietary guidelines, see Dr. Nicola McFadzean's new book, The Lyme Diet).

Recipes for Repair: A Lyme Disease Cookbook is the perfect complement to Dr. Singleton’s book, The Lyme Disease Solution. The Recipes for Repair cookbook is divided into three sections:

  1. Part I explains chronic inflammation and describes how to incorporate the diet into your lifestyle. 

  2. Part II details cooking techniques and useful kitchen equipment and defines the beneficial characteristics of many foods that are part of the diet.

  3. Part III contains over 150 recipes, divided by diet Phase. 

The Lyme Inflammation Diet is broken down into four phases. Therefore, this cookbook breaks all the recipes down into the same four phases. First, the goal is to eliminate the most common food contributors to chronic inflammation. Then, foods are gradually reintroduced until a broad yet healthy diet is achieved. Below is a summary of each phase of the diet.

Phase 1: Induction The goal of the first Phase is to shut down the mechanisms of chronic inflammation in your body while also performing detoxification. Phase 1 lasts for one week. 

Phase 2: Early Reentry The second Phase begins the process of relaxing food restrictions to see how you are affected. Phase 2 permits additional new items in each food group, and lasts for three weeks. 

Phase 3: Late Reentry Phase 3 introduces foods generally considered healthy, but known to cause inflammation in some people. You begin to introduce each new food item slowly and deliberately over the course of this four-week Phase. 

Phase 4: Maintenance Phase 4 allows you to introduce even more healthy foods until you reach a maintenance level where you have a wide variety of healthy food options and little or no symptoms of chronic inflammation. This Phase lasts anywhere from eight weeks to indefinitely.

 

Please feel free to browse the below sample pages from the cookbook. When you are ready to place your order, you may order online or by phone at (530) 573-0190. Do not forget to check out these related books: The Lyme Disease SolutionThe Lyme Diet

   

 

Additional Features of Book:

• Over 150 expertly-tested recipes made from all-natural, whole foods provide nutritious and delicious eating for the whole family.

• Practical preparation and equipment tips are useful for cooks of any experience level, and money-saving suggestions help make healthy eating affordable. 

• Each recipe is labeled with icons for quick identification of meals appropriate for vegetarian, gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free and/or low-sugar diets. 

• Comprehensively illustrated with over 50 full-color photographs, the recipes are presented in an attractive, easy-to-read format with easy-to-follow instructions.

• A user-friendly icon system is utilized:

Dairy-Free — A surprising number of recipes for ice creams, sauces, egg dishes, baked goods and dips only taste like they are made with dairy products.

Egg-Free — Two-thirds of the recipes are egg-free.

Vegetarian — You don't have to be a vegetarian to enjoy vegetarian recipes. Our vegetarian recipes exclude meat and poultry, but may contain fish, eggs, dairy or honey.
Low-Sugar — Limiting your sugar intake is a healthy practice for anyone, but is especially important those with systemic yeast concerns.
Gluten-Free — Many of the recipes, or their variations, qualify as gluten-free, including pancakes, muffins, pasta, tortillas and gluten-free baking mix.

 

 

 

 

Recipes For Repair: 
A Lyme Disease Cookbook

Paperback

285 Pages

$24.95

 

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     About The Authors:

After being diagnosed with Lyme disease, Laura wanted to learn as much as she could about the illness, so she read many books on the subject, including The Lyme Disease Solution. She was intrigued by the Lyme Inflammation Diet® (LID) from the book and wanted to give it a try. However, being accustomed to a dairy- and carbohydrate-rich diet (food groups not permitted until Phase 3), she hesitated.

Laura called her mother, Gail, for some help. Using the list of Phase 1 foods, Gail created several delicious-looking recipes and sent them to Laura, who realized following the LID was not going to be so challenging after all. 

After a few days of satisfying and tasty meals, Laura came up with a great idea! Considering both her and her mother's professions, she felt that together they could use their skills to create a cookbook filled with delicious and nutritious meals for the LID. 

Laura contacted Dr. Singleton to see if he had ever considered publishing a cookbook specific to the LID. A few weeks later, she heard from him that he and his wife, a nutritionist, had been considering the exact same idea, even before receiving her letter. Many excited conversations followed, and the eventual outcome was Recipes for Repair: A Lyme Disease Cookbook.

GAIL PIAZZA

Gail Piazza is a home economics consultant with a Master's degree in Food and Nutrition. For over thirty years, she has developed and tested recipes and styled food for movies, television commercials, print ads and packaging for an extensive list of high-profile clients. In addition to authoring a cookbook herself (The World of Wok Cookery), she has also collaborated on a half-dozen other cookbooks; and worked with small appliance designers to refine and test their products. Some of her clients include All-Clad, Emerilware, Krups, Farberware and Lenox Corporation.

LAURA PIAZZA

Laura Piazza is an award-winning Certified Professional Photographer and graphic designer. She is the the co-owner of the high-end wedding photography business, Natural Expressions Wedding Photography, LLC, and primarily works as a wedding and commercial photographer. Additionally, she has created thousands of design projects for many employers and clients. In her free time, she does landscape, abstract and portrait photography. 

 

Praise for Recipes For Repair

“Pivotal to all healing protocols should be a primary focus on nutrition. Our society is overfed and undernourished at a time when inflammatory diseases such as cancer, lyme, alzheimers, and arthritis have reached epidemic levels. Changing the way people eat is challenging but can be done. Recipes for Repair: A Lyme Disease Cookbook both informs and transforms the process of eating to optimal health into a user- friendly form for day to day usage. An excellent tool for patients, families and practitioners.”

— Gail Vanark, MSN, FNP-BC

“Learning a new way to nourish our bodies can be both exciting and daunting at the same time. Recipes for Repair, the companion book for the Lyme Inflammation Diet®, provides an extra measure of support in the journey of healing from Lyme disease. I no longer need to wonder how to incorporate the LID diet into my life, this book shows me how!”

— Robin Moore, Lyme patient

“I am so excited about Recipes for Repair: A Lyme Disease Cookbook. It will serve as a wonderful everyday tool to healthy, nutritious eating. The unique and delicious recipes are designed both to reduce inflammation and to enrich the diet with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and other vital nutrients for optimal health and sickness recovery.”

— Cindy Willard, RN

Table of Contents for the Cookbook

Dedication

Acknowledgements 

How To Use This Book

Cross-Referenced List of Recipes

Foreword by Ken Singleton, MD, MPH

Introduction

Part I: Living the Lyme Inflammation Diet

Understanding Chronic Inflammation

About Toxins and Enzymes

The Lyme Inflammation Diet

Refined Foods: Progress or Setback?

Organic vs. Conventional

How to Read "Nutrition Facts" Food Labels

How to Save

Part II: Getting Started

Before You Cook, Remember...

Useful Kitchen Equipment

Cooking Methods

LID Food Glossary

Nuts and Seeds

Beans, peas and Lentils

Whole Grains

Fats

Part III: Recipes for Repair: A Lyme Disease Cookbook

Phase 1: The Induction Phase

Phase 1: Recipes

Phase 2: The Early Reentry Phase

Phase 2: Recipes

Phase 3: The Late Reentry Phase

Phase 3: Recipes

Phase 4: The Maintenance Phase

Phase 4: Recipes

Pantry Contents

Pantry Recipes

Sauces & Condiments Recipes

Resources

Index

About The Authors

 

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