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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • A guide to managing inflammation and pain with 125+ recipes proving that you don’t need to sacrifice delicious food to eat healthfully and be pain free, from celebrity chef and The Chew co-host Michael Symon

IACP AWARD FINALIST • “Michael fixed himself with irresistible recipes that just happened to be healthy. Now you can enjoy healing yourself as well.”—Mehmet Oz, MD, attending surgeon, New York–Presbyterian/Columbia University
 
When Michael Symon found out he had rheumatoid arthritis and external lupus, he suspected that what he ate—or didn’t eat—could make a profound difference in his levels of inflammation and how he felt. So he committed to a food “reset” on The Chew—no red meat, white flour, sugar, dairy, or alcohol.
 
Michael used social media to share his experiment with his fans, and was shocked by the outcome: after completing the reset, he felt amazing. He discovered that dairy, sugar, and processed flours are his food triggers, and that by avoiding them, his inflammation essentially vanished.
 
Michael came up with more than 125 recipes to satisfy his cravings without aggravating his body, including Ginger and Chile-Roast Chicken, dairy-free Mac and Cheese, Spaghetti Squash with Arugula Pesto, and Apple and Cherry Oat Crisp, among many others. Now, for the first time, he is sharing these recipes, as well as a guide on how to identify your food triggers and create a meal plan that works around whatever ingredient causes your discomfort so that you too can enjoy incredible food without sacrificing your health.

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“Whether coping with an autoimmune disease or simply seeking a flavorful, natural diet, readers will find fresh ideas here.” Publishers Weekly

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Michael Symon is cohost of Food Network''s Iron Chef America and Burgers, Brew & ''Que and was a cohost on ABC''s The Chew for seven years. He launched Symon Home on HSN in early 2018 and is chef and co-owner of the acclaimed restaurants Lola and Mabel''s BBQ, both in Cleveland, Ohio, as well as of a new Mabel''s BBQ in Las Vegas; the BSpot burger restaurants throughout Ohio and in Detroit, Michigan; and Roast in Detroit. This is his sixth cookbook.

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Hi, I’m Michael Symon and I’ve been cooking professionally for more than thirty years. I know, I can’t believe it either sometimes. One year after Liz and I opened our first restaurant, Lola in the Tremont neighborhood of Cleveland, I was named a Best New Chef by Food & Wine magazine. The rest, as they say, is history.

Over the years we’ve opened restaurants in Cleveland, Detroit, Atlantic City, and Las Vegas, where we recently debuted Mabel’s BBQ at the renovated Palms Casino Resort. I’ve hosted or appeared on countless Food Network and Cooking Channel shows like The Next Iron Chef, which I won to become, well, the next Iron Chef; Burgers, Brew & ’Que; and Cook Like an Iron Chef, to name a few. For seven years, I was a cohost of The Chew, the popular daytime foodthemed talk show.

It was my personal experiences on The Chew, in fact, that inspired me to write this book. I suffer from two chronic autoimmune diseases, rheumatoid arthritis and discoid lupus, an external form of the disease that affects the skin. I’ve always suffered a lot of joint pain—high school wrestling and thirty years on your feet in restaurant kitchens will do that to you—but it’s progressively gotten worse with age. The periods between flareups has decreased, and the levels of pain and discomfort have increased. It was time to do something about it.

On The Chew, as one of my New Year’s resolutions, I decided to experiment with what I now call The Reset (page 12). I used to assume that my aches and pains were simply the result of a cocktail of sports injuries, a strenuous occupation, and age (I’m not getting any younger!). Later, after I was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis and external lupus, I resigned myself to the fact that pain (and pain pills) would be a regular part of my life. But after I committed to doing The Reset on The Chew, I learned that by eating the right foods and avoiding the wrong ones, I could completely change the way I live, cook, eat, and feel.

I knew that common ingredients like sugar, flour, dairy, and red meat were often blamed for causing inflammation and the pain that comes with it, but I also recognize that everybody is different. What affects you negatively might not bother me. It’s probably not surprising to learn that feeling good starts with eating a healthy and varied diet that’s loaded with fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. Fruits and vegetables are rich in antioxidants that strengthen the immune system. Nuts and avocados are high in monounsaturated fats (the good fats), which also counter inflammation. Beans have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory qualities. And the omega-3 fatty acids found in certain types of fish like salmon, mackerel, sardines, and anchovies are great at fighting inflammation. On the other side of the coin, it is essential that you avoid chemically processed foods like cookies, chips, jarred sauces, deli meats, and many sandwich breads. Most are chock-full of added sugar, salt, and unhealthy fats, not to mention artificial colors, flavors, and preservatives. It’s so important to always read the nutrition label on foods to see what ingredients are listed so that you can avoid the unhealthy ones. Alcohol also can cause inflammation for some people, especially when consuming beverages with high amounts of sugar and carbohydrates. It’s up to you to decide how alcoholic beverages affect you personally, but I think at least during The Reset, it makes sense to abstain.

I wanted to dig deeper into the root causes of my inflammation to determine specifically which foods or types of food triggered painful flare-ups that could last for days. For twenty days, I followed a strict diet that avoided all foods commonly associated with inflammation (which is the source of pain) to see if what I eat—and don’t eat—might affect how I feel. I was astonished to discover that by the fourth or fifth day, most of my joint pain had subsided, the skin splotches from the lupus had vanished, and I was feeling less fatigued. By the end of ten days, the improvement was dramatic. And after twenty days, I felt like a teenager again! (Okay, that might be an exaggeration.) At the end of the process I introduced an ingredient like sugar, flour, dairy, or red meat for two days to see how it affected my body. By focusing on just one potential trigger at a time, I could isolate the results and have confidence that my reactions were or were not the result of that food. I did this for each ingredient, paying close attention to my condition during each experiment. Then, I devised a food-based plan that would help me eat around my personal triggers.

Throughout my seven years on The Chew, I had never received as much positive feedback as I did while completing this exercise. Through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and email, people would reach out to share their own personal results and to request more and more recipes. It was incredibly refreshing to learn that people not only were cooking the recipes and enjoying them, but that they were also finding success in eating this way and feeling better because of them. It was then that I decided to begin this cookbook project.

This book is not intended to be used as a bible. It’s a guide to help you figure out which foods trigger inflammation and cause pain and then provide delicious recipes that steer clear of those triggers. Nobody’s perfect, most of all me. I know that I’m not always going to avoid detrimental foods like that bowl of ice cream on a hot summer day, or a crock of creamy mac and cheese in winter (or that second glass of bourbon!). But knowing what foods cause issues—and having at your disposal a selection of delicious recipes that avoid those triggers—puts me (and you) in control and offers the best opportunity to live pain-free while still eating well.

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linda galella
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Chef Michael Symon shares his personal version of: “Food is Medicine”
Reviewed in the United States on December 3, 2019
in this cookbook geared towards reducing inflammation and autoimmune issues. Symon briefly tells his story and dives right in to giving the reader a suggested 10 day “RESET” plan that will purge the body of sugar, flour, dairy and red meat aka the most common food triggers... See more
in this cookbook geared towards reducing inflammation and autoimmune issues. Symon briefly tells his story and dives right in to giving the reader a suggested 10 day “RESET” plan that will purge the body of sugar, flour, dairy and red meat aka the most common food triggers to cause pain for those suffering from AI diseases. He includes a complete 10 day, 3 meals per day menu/recipe section to support this phase. The chef continues on by providing a top 10 anti-inflammatory ingredients list, how to make them yourself or how to source them and why they are on the list. The recipes in this section and the book are full of the tasty nominees 🥰

The book continues in 4 major sections with a “Fix” for each of the trigger areas: Dairy Free, Sugar Free, Flour Free, Meat Free. Each of these is full of recipes and pictures that will have you ready to cook and eat without too much delay. I made a P’nut Butter Smoothie & Oatmeal w/Berries and Walnuts, in about 20 minutes right from my pantry. Many of the other recipes would require little to no shopping and just minimal preparation as well.

Closing out the book are a chapter on Drinks & Snacks - lots of interesting sweet stuff! and Pantry Staples where Symon teaches you to make the items that support most recipes, like bone broth, cayenne oil, dairy free Parmesan, etc.

The recipes are easy to follow, the ingredients are simple to procure and there’s a section dedicated to each trigger or potential sensitivity. The one thing that’s not included is meat...a little bit of salmon happens (it is a top 10 ingredient, after all), but protein comes by way of legumes, for the most part. I’ve done this no sugar, no dairy, no gluten route in order to reduce pain from chronic, intractable autoimmune diseases; it worked for me. Having this fine collection of sensible, easy to manage recipes, is a good fix of its own 📚
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Joanna D.
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Tasty medicine and a 10-Day Reset from a Superchef
Reviewed in the United States on December 3, 2019
Superchef Michael Symon gives you recipes and a ten-day "reset" to find out if foods are bothering you if you have an autoimmune issue. Some of the common autoimmune disorders: 1. Rheumatoid arthritis 3. Thyroiditis (Hashimoto''s) 3. Asthma 4.... See more
Superchef Michael Symon gives you recipes and a ten-day "reset" to find out if foods are bothering you if you have an autoimmune issue. Some of the common autoimmune disorders:
1. Rheumatoid arthritis
3. Thyroiditis (Hashimoto''s)
3. Asthma
4. Psoriasis
5. IBS

There are MANY more and if you have one, you often have two (or more...) Foods can exacerbate the symptoms. What if you could find out your triggers (gluten, cruciferous vegetables, soy, nightshade vegetables) and reduce your problem by simply eating the foods that are anti-inflammatory (like salmon) and not troublesome (like tomatoes or wheat?)

The recipes are delicious--especially the salads, some of which are full meals and a good mix of grains and veg, and there is a recipe for gluten-free your OWN peanut butter using coconut oil as the medium for emulsifying it. If you have one of the Vitamix special containers or a Blendtec twister, you can make your own nut butters and not have anything in your peanut butter that you can''t tolerate. I eat a lot of peanut butter and this is for me, worth the entire book. (Make sure you have a good source of peanuts, however, old and moldy ones are dangerous.)

The Ten Day Reset will help you find out what makes you feel better. I know for me, that ginger tea and lots of ginger help my joints. And it''s a flavor I love.

This is tasty medicine
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Cristina Strunk
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This makes cooking fun!
Reviewed in the United States on December 12, 2019
I am loving cooking from this book. I am doing this elimination diet by myself, so I really appreciate that the recipes are set up for one. Occasionally when my husband joins me for a meal, I can simply double the recipe easily. I liked that Chef Symon jumped... See more
I am loving cooking from this book. I am doing this elimination diet by myself, so I really appreciate that the recipes are set up for one. Occasionally when my husband joins me for a meal, I can simply double the recipe easily.

I liked that Chef Symon jumped right into what I needed to do to get started—I didn’t have to read a novel first! I have been following the book day by day for five days and have found every recipe easy and fabulous, and I am having fun trying to plate and present each meal exactly.

I was delighted to find that I have many of the herbs required growing in my garden, and my farm box delivery had much of the greens and squashes. I’m happy with the results of my psoriasis feeling more controlled and the burning feeling in my skin has decreased. Plus, I’ve lost almost 3 pounds. I’ll keep going for the full 10-Day Fast Fix and look forward to the many more recipes in this book!
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Henry250
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A Treasure Trove of Flavorful Gut Friendly Recipes That Will Be Part of a Regular Rotation
Reviewed in the United States on December 11, 2019
Love this book! There are many helpful cookbooks out there that address a healthy gut. However none are as appealing - recipe wise- as Michael Symon’s. I have all his cookbooks and suspected his culinary genius would make healthful eating something to crave. And - he... See more
Love this book! There are many helpful cookbooks out there that address a healthy gut. However none are as appealing - recipe wise- as Michael Symon’s. I have all his cookbooks and suspected his culinary genius would make healthful eating something to crave. And - he sets up the book to compartmentalize those pesky gut busters like dairy, flour, sugar. But don’t fret if you would like recipes that deal with multiples of these issues. In the recipes, he graciously tells the reader often if substitutes exist for those ingredients that are not his specific focus in that section. (Nut/oat milk or alt flours etc). And if you cook a fair amount, you’ll figure out that his recipes- while complex in flavor but not at all in ingredients or method- can be changed with what you know how to do. Swap out his rigatoni with a chickpea pasta etc. I have not done the 10 day reset in order but have rather jumped around the book. Big fan of vegetable chili. Oh- and he does NOT disappoint in the no sugar (or dessert) section. Never have I seen easier, gut friendly and (somewhat) healthier renditions of craveable treats. Highly recommend. Just bought another as a gift. Probably will keep doing that. Micheal- please keep writing books like this!!
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jrx3
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Love this Cookbook
Reviewed in the United States on December 26, 2019
It''s been awhile since I''ve purchased a cookbook. I love cooking and am always trying new recipes, but I find great recipes online. Although I don''t plan to retire for another 10-12 years, I started making smarter choices about what I put in my body about 10 years ago. I... See more
It''s been awhile since I''ve purchased a cookbook. I love cooking and am always trying new recipes, but I find great recipes online. Although I don''t plan to retire for another 10-12 years, I started making smarter choices about what I put in my body about 10 years ago. I don''t want to spend my retirement on medical bills. I eliminated 99% of refined sugar from my diet (allowing an occasional cheat) as it is a major contributor to inflammation. I bought Michael Symon''s cookbook after seeing him on Dr. Oz. Everything I''ve cooked has been delicious and doable. And there are more recipes I want to try. YUM!
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Goatwoman
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Who would have thought?
Reviewed in the United States on January 20, 2020
Completed the 10 day reset. Was way much easier with this cookbook than had I tried it without. Easy enough to say not to eat dairy, sugar, flour, and meat and fish. But then what does one eat????? Michael Symon makes it easy. Tasty recipes that are easy to prepare.... See more
Completed the 10 day reset. Was way much easier with this cookbook than had I tried it without. Easy enough to say not to eat dairy, sugar, flour, and meat and fish. But then what does one eat????? Michael Symon makes it easy. Tasty recipes that are easy to prepare. Portions are gigantic. I am blessed to be able to share with DH. Shopping list assists in preparation. Have now eaten several foods new to me. Enjoyed them. My physical problem is PMR (Polmyalgia rheumatica) which some describe as torture. I''m fortunate to have Rx to assist but would be delighted to remove them from my life. Pain has significantly reduced. While I''m not pain free, pain has reduced to almost tolerable some of the time after 12 days. Since I completed the Reset, On day 11 so I added for 2 days the group I missed most: dairy. Good results. For the next 2 days I''ll try adding some "good" fish and after that some other protein while avoiding "bad" protein: processed meat and other defined in the book.

This food plan is offering more benefits. I''ve released about 6% of my body weight, an excess, without. Feeling hungry or deprived.I''m sleeping better. And my mind seems clearer and sharper. Lots of benefits.
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susan marazzi
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Amazing
Reviewed in the United States on December 7, 2019
Making the bone broth now. My husband has arthritis and I’m looking for ways to help him naturally. Looking forward to trying these beautiful recipes.
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Joyce19
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Good concept
Reviewed in the United States on February 1, 2020
The concept is good. I had several issues with the cookbook 1. There''s no nutritional information provided 2. The portion sizes seem off, there was way too much food for one serving 3. The pictures don''t match the instructions 4. Several of the 10 day... See more
The concept is good. I had several issues with the cookbook
1. There''s no nutritional information provided
2. The portion sizes seem off, there was way too much food for one serving
3. The pictures don''t match the instructions
4. Several of the 10 day fix ingredients were not available in my area grocery or specialty food stores
5. There''s no direction on what to do after the 10 day fix.
The upside of the book is I liked several of the (mushroom, sweet potato, butternut squash) recipes.
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Punkatilla
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Tasty veggie options, but not for strict low histamine diets
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 26, 2020
I bought 4 low histamine cookbooks to see which was best for vegetarians. This one would be higher but... it’s not actually low histamine. Lesson learned- anti inflammatory and low histamine are different! I ate the recipes for 10 days and there are really great vegetarian...See more
I bought 4 low histamine cookbooks to see which was best for vegetarians. This one would be higher but... it’s not actually low histamine. Lesson learned- anti inflammatory and low histamine are different! I ate the recipes for 10 days and there are really great vegetarian (but not vegan) options here, but there’s also a lot of recipes with eggs, tomatoes, aubergines, spinach, lemon juice and mushrooms... so you’d have to make some adaptations. But I think you could do that. FYI I use a food tracker and noticed most meals in the reset plan are about 500-600 calories each (even breakfast), and macros are about 35-45% fats (he goes heavy on the olive oil) which is higher than I normally eat. But I have to say I felt really satiated with these recipes - they were all pretty good.
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Islandbon
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Can’t wait to try it
Reviewed in Canada on January 31, 2020
Chef Symon is one of my favourite tv stars. I bought this because while he was on the Chew he did this diet and it worked to decrease pain and inflammation. I can’t wait to try it.
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DAVID JEGGO
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If you like to cook...
Reviewed in Canada on March 1, 2020
Excellent book of recipes...we have tried several...excellent, easy to follow...
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Fix It With Food
Reviewed in Canada on September 21, 2020
People that i know that have bought this book had recommended it so I will give it a try.
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Informative, practical, delicious!
Reviewed in Canada on March 4, 2020
Really Informative book if you have an auto immune condition. The recipes are practical, no high end shopping and really delicious.
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