Without reinventing the wheel, there are a few things that can help with your inflammatory disease, like MS, Rheumatoid Arthritis and many other disabling curses of modern life.
And it's not a new drug that promises a miracle cure.
I've just started my journey, and hope to recover my abilities; I want to garden again, and not feel dizzy walking across a room, and being able to leave my cane behind and not miss it.
I've got hope now, and I'm excited to find new recipes that will be palatable and interesting and that the 'other half' won't turn his nose up at. Dr. Wahl comments in the book that the success rate of those wanting to become gluten, dairy and sugar free is much higher with the support of their families. I can see that first hand.
This is more than just a diet; it's a life change, and may take a while to get into the mindset. I'm determined, because I don't want to be in a wheelchair - I don't belong there, I belong in the garden, building my crafts and growing the plants I love. That's where I'll be.
I'll continue to add recipes that fill the bill of being delicious and also reduce inflammation in the susceptible.