Eating CLEAN: The 21 Day Plan to Detox, Fight Inflammation, and Reset Your Body by Amie Valpone

By | Jan 28, 2016

Clean eating is a huge topic in the celiac disease community. Like any other topic there are varying opinions; some have no interest in clean eating, some will only follow a clean diet and others lie somewhere in between. If you’re interested in learning more about clean eating or want to give it a try for yourself, Amie Valpone’s Eating CLEAN: The 21 Day Plan to Detox, Fight Inflammation, and Reset Your Body might be of interest.

Eating CLEAN: The 21 Day Plan to Detox, Fight Inflammation, and Reset Your Body by Amie Valpone

Eating CLEAN: The 21 Day Plan to Detox, Fight Inflammation, and Reset Your Body by Amie Valpone

Amie, who runs the website TheHealthyApple.com, had her fair share of health issues. Once perfectly healthy, she found herself in her 20s bedridden due to a variety of illnesses that doctors couldn’t identify. Like many people in the celiac disease community, Amie found relief through using food as her medicine. Her new book shares what she’s learned about her own body’s needs over the years.

Amie has been sharing her recipes with Beyond Celiac, formerly the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness, for years. Her recipes use whole, clean ingredients and taste fresh and delicious. The new book has recipes that will make anyone’s mouth water:

  • Scrumptious Breakfast options: Sunday Morning Blueberry Pear Oatmeal Bake, Breadless Coconut Vanilla French Toast, Millet ‘n’ Veggie Breakfast Tacos, or quick on-the-go no-bake Fuel Up Bars.
  • Finger foods: Freckled Sesame Almond Clusters, Abundant Mango Cardamom Walnut Bars, and grain-free Lemon Peppered Almond Crackers.
  • Appetizers like Herbed Avocados with caramelized lemon drizzle recipe or Sunrise Nori Wraps with spicy tahini drizzle that keep readers energized and satisfied until their next meal.
  • The Roasted Onion and Sweet Pea Salad with fresh mint and creamy almond dressing, which would make a tasty lunch or light dinner.
  • Vegetable-based entrees packed with healthy carbohydrates, protein, and healthy fats, including: Raw and Grain-Free Zucchini Pad Thai, Moroccan Chickpea Skillet Pizza, or Carefree Carrot and Brussels Sprouts Medley.
  • Amie also includes from-scratch sauces to zest up entrees like the peppery Sunflower Pesto, and decadent desserts that are healthy and delicious, like the Lighthearted Raw Grain-Free Fudgy Brownies.

This book is chock full of recipes; there’s over 200 vegetarian and vegan recipes that are free from gluten, dairy, soy, eggs, corn, peanuts and refined-sugar. In addition to recipes, the book also includes tips on detoxing your life, how to eat out, travel and entertain.

The book doesn’t come out until March 8, 2016, but you can preorder up until March 7. If you do, you’ll get six free bonus recipes that you can’t find in the book. Get all the details here.

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