How did eating become so confusing? What’s good? What’s bad? How will certain foods affect my thyroid and autoimmune condition?
Would you like to end food confusion and menu planning nightmares for good?
This amazing cookbook has 4 weeks of meal plans and recipes which are simply delicious.
- 4 weekly family-friendly meal plans
- 4 weekly grocery lists
- 4 weekly prep plans
- Pantry Pro Quick-start Guide
- Quick & Simple Recipes – delish!
- The TLC Super Nourishing Snacks Guide
- My insanely easy, easy-cheat grocery guide
This is a lifestyle plan and not a diet. We all know that diets don’t work – because the very idea of “going on a diet” implies that you will go off it sooner or later. This is not about choosing a diet but choosing a lifestyle that is supportive to nourishing and loving your body back to health.
When you eat real food that actually nourishes your body, your brain won’t send signals that you need more food – because it doesn’t. A nourished body isn’t hungry and doesn’t crave a thing. It lets you know when it’s full and when it’s gotten all it needs to be energized. Giving your body something recognizable that it can actually process is the key to absorbing nutrients and minerals you need to look and feel your best.
Are you ready to eat your way back to health? Then let’s get started.
About The Author
Jen Wittman’s Biography:
Jen Wittman is a Certified Holistic Health Expert, Chef, Author & Vitality Coach, who teaches women how to reverse thyroid and autoimmune conditions naturally. She’s helped hundreds of women decrease (or even eliminate) their thyroid medications and has helped others stay off thyroid medication entirely.
A note from Jen:
“I was a lover of food and of cooking before thyroid disease.
In fact, my career revolved around it. In college, I was destined to become a researcher, an academic, an egghead. I was a psychology major with an interest in educational systems and wanted to learn how we could improve our nation’s educational system. It was a lofty goal and I was accepted to prestigious graduate programs but when I looked around, I found my fellow colleagues, subjected to the “publish or perish” lifestyle to be holy unhealthy…and unhappy and that didn’t seem like a fit for me.
To pay for college, I worked in restaurants as I had from the moment I could drive. I was always invigorated by the restaurant atmosphere, inspired by beautiful meals and consumed with finding delicious food to eat. So after 4 years of a rigorous college education, I decided to exchange my pencil for an apron and pursue being chef professionally.
When your life is food, it is devastating to discover you have food sensitivities or allergies.
It’s even worse when you are diagnosed with an illness that is complicated and requires that you nourish your body completely differently than you had before. Essentially, when I learned I had Hashimoto’s, I also discovered that many of my favorite foods were off the menu if I wanted to reverse disease and that threw me into a food funk.
When I started researching what foods I should eat to help support my body in healing and which to avoid, I was met with a host of conflicting information. I was totally confused. My passion for cooking faded. I dreaded feeding myself. I even avoided my kitchen. My world was turned upside down. But I found a way out of it.
After a boat load of research and trial and error, I sorted through the food confusion and cobbled together a delicious healing meal plan for myself and my clients.
All this tinkering brought back my passion for cooking, my zest for life and my desire to share my new knowledge of how to reverse thyroid, autoimmune and inflammatory disease through food. This is why I became a health coach and why I wrote this book to turn around thyroid, autoimmune inflammatory disease.”
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