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The Anti-inflammatory Plan

Prevent and Reduce Chronic Inflammation to Guard Against Ill Health

Anoushka Davy



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05 January 2021
Inflammation is a normal and essential part of the body's defence system. It signals that damage is present and that the rest of the immune system needs to kick into action. However, when it becomes chronic, steps need to be taken to heal inflammation-related problems.

Divided into four parts, The Anti-inflammation Plan guides the reader through the science behind inflammation and how it affects the body; ways of reducing it by getting enough sleep and reducing stress; the essential ingredients and nutrients needed such as green leafy vegetables, tomatoes and turmeric. The final part of the book offers 30 easy and delicious recipes making this book a comprehensive plan for reducing inflammation in the body.
Imprint:   WELBECK
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 229mm,  Width: 178mm, 
ISBN:   9781859064726
ISBN 10:   1859064728
Pages:   128
Publication Date:  
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
The Science: What is inflammation? The stages of inflammation; What is good about inflammation? What is bad about inflammation? How inflammation affects the body; How do you know you are inflamed? How to reduce inflammation Lifestyle: Exercise; Stress; Sleep; Avoiding bad habits Nutrition: Hydration; Balanced blood sugars; The Mediterranean diet; Foods to avoid; Key foods that reduce inflammation Recipes.

Anoushka Davy is a nutritional therapist, functional medicine practitioner and health coach. She holds one-to-one consultations, cookery classes and workshops and writes a blog. She takes a holistic approach to health and looks at the interactions of different body systems, food intolerances, environmental factors and genetic predispositions. Her goal is always to identify the root causes of health problems. More information on her can be found at

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