If you are interested in following a mostly plant-based, wholefood diet to become the healthiest YOU possible and/or you have:

  • One of the many forms of arthritis, including Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid arthritis, Systemic Lupus Erythematosis, Psoriatic arthritis, and Gout
  • Diabetes
  • Heart disease
  • Obesity

...then this cookbook is for you!

As dietitians who specialise in working with people who have inflammatory conditions, the thing we get asked for most often is recipes.

So, we have put together a collection of quick, easy and most importantly, tasty meal and snack ideas that aim to reduce the inflammation burden within the body.

All our recipes are based on wholefoods that are fresh and seasonal. To make your life as easy as possible, we have also chosen foods which you can easily buy at your local farmers market, green grocer or supermarket.

Everyone can benefit from including these recipes as a regular part of their diet, not just those with inflammatory conditions. As Hippocrates said, ‘Let food be thy medicine, and medicine be thy food’.

NOTE: This is for the eBook version of the cookbook.  A hard copy version is also available here.

Praise for Anti-Inflammatory Eating

"The easy to follow receipes are a great resource for people living with autoimmune diseases."
Seth Ginsberg, Co-Founder CreakyJoints 


"I’ve just downloaded it and read the first few pages. Intro- I like the approach very much- this is something I would be happy to ask my patients to buy. Many of my patients would benefit greatly from the advice in this book. I like the clean layout of each recipe with the nutritional info highlighted."
Hanish Bagga, Rheumatologist, Coffs Harbour
"YUM!  I am a bit of a cook and baker myself and this is a beautifully presented book.  The recipes are very easy to follow and sound appealing.  Photos look good too.  I am also impressed how much information is given about adapting the recipes for different requirements (vegan, fodmaps etc).  Please pass on my congratulations to your team."
Rebecca Grainger, Rheumatologist, Wellington, New Zealand