Describing the way we eat today requires a complex lexicon of classifications: vegan, paleo, gluten-free, dairy-free, vegetarian, pescatarian, flexitarian, flexivegan … and so on. What about phrases like “clean cuisine,” that don’t describe what we do and don’t eat, but point to our understanding of how food affects our bodies?
In their new book Clean Cuisine: An 8-Week Anti-Inflammatory Nutrition Program that Will Change the Way You Look, Age and Feel, authors Ivy Inghram Larson and Andrew Larson, M.D. share how their interpretation of clean eating has revolutionized their health, specifically through an anti-inflammatory diet.
There are already quite a few “clean eating” and anti-inflammatory diet and recipe books. This one is differentiated by combining the diet advice with an exercise regimen. While this book contains more scientific detail than others, it also provides a specific — yet flexible — plan to follow. The authors tout a moderate approach to the anti-inflammatory lifestyle and allow meat, dairy, sprouted whole grains and even wine with dinner as part of their plan.
Additionally, Clean Cuisine includes dozens of recipes to inspire you to cook clean, including ideas for breakfast, dessert, Meatless Mondays and more. You can find more recipes on the Clean Cuisine website, including one for Healthy 7 Layer Salad (also known as taco dip).
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