Could an anti-inflammatory diet transform your health?
By Lisa Salmon. Published 2021-01-28BOLD-Living
Louise Blanchfield, aka ‘the food physio’, tells TheBoldAge about the diet that helped her husband overcome inflammatory arthritis and bowel disease.
Re-introduce certain things when symptoms settleRichard followed the diet for nine months, before easing off some of the strict measures. Now, he can eat gluten and dairy on a rotational basis (once every four days) with no resurgence of his symptoms, and can even go off the plan on holiday for two to three weeks and have no symptoms, resuming gluten and dairy-free eating on his return to ensure his symptoms don’t return.“Observe the diet strictly until symptoms have cleared fully,” Blanchfield suggests, “and then to try a reintroduction test to see how flexible you can be with your diet on an ongoing basis. It then depends on the individual.”Eating My Way Back to Health by Louise and Richard Blanchfield is published by Purple Star Publishing
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