Chronic Inflammation Recipes

The hypotoxic diet can reduce chronic pain associated with inflammatory diseases. These recipes are inspired by the Seignalet regime and the hypotoxic diet of Jacqueline Lagacé. They are gluten and dairy-free. The hypotoxic regime is akin to the ancestral diet (also called paleo diet), except for the presence of grains and legumes that are excluded from the paleo diet. The hypotoxic diet excludes all animal milks, grains containing gluten, corn, and animal protein cooked at a temperature above 110 ° C. Our delicious and easy hypotoxic recipes allow you to eat well and reduce your pain.

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The hypotoxic diet has positive effects on several chronic diseases: rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, fibromyalgia, chronic sinusitis, acne, psoriasis, ankylosing spondylitis, chronic fatigue, etc. It may even help remission. However, it is not always easy to follow a diet hypotoxic because of its many restrictions. With our hypoxic meal plans you will be able to follow this diet with no effort and avoid nutritional deficiencies.

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Opt for certified organic products wherever possible, to reduce the consumption of products that may contain contaminants and pesticide residues. Opt for cold pressed virgin oils.

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