The Immune System Recovery Plan: A Doctor’s 4-Step Program to Treat Autoimmune Disease

The Immune System Recovery Plan is the right book, at the right time, by the right person. We are witnessing a significant increase in autoimmune inflammatory diseases, which include more than 80 different diagnoses. Dr. Blum has done a magnificent job helping the reader to understand how this family of inflammatory disorders, including arthritis and fibromyalgia, can be managed with the diet and lifestyle program she developed in her practice. Her step-by-step approach is based on her considerable years of experience as a physician, and the emerging medical science that, for the first time, has developed an understanding of how genetics, lifestyle and nutrition play a role in origin of these disorders. The approach described in Dr. Blum’s book represents the leading edge in the lifestyle management of chronic inflammatory disorders. It is a ‘news to use’ book that provides real assistance to those with inflammatory disorders who are looking for a clinically sensible approach to their problems.”
(Jeffrey Bland, Ph.D., FACN, President, Personalized Lifestyle Medicine Institute)

The innovative four-step method in this book focuses on:

Using food as medicine
Understanding the stress connection
Healing your gut and digestive system
Optimizing liver function

Each of these sections includes an interactive workbook to help you determine and create your own personal treatment program. Also included are recipes for simple, easy-to-prepare dishes to jump-start the healing process.
The Immune System Recovery Plan is a revolutionary way for people to balance their immune systems, transform their health, and live fuller, happier lives.

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3 Responses to The Immune System Recovery Plan: A Doctor’s 4-Step Program to Treat Autoimmune Disease

  1. Abbi Rouse says:

    but I found it annoying to be told I ‘must’ read the first few … It’s not that I found this a ‘bad book’, but for me it is totally unhelpful. Clearly others have felt otherwise but be warned: It isn’t a guaranteed ‘miracle cure’.To me this is a book filled with waffle – some editors seem reluctant to insist on brevity or clarity, others presumably want a fat book to justify the price of what could be covered in a magazine article. Not sure what’s happening here, but I found it annoying to be told I ‘must’ read the first few chapters when all they…

  2. ATH55 says:

    Best book I’ve bought

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