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Learn how to incorporate dietary and lifestyle changes to help manage your iron overload with this economical paperback book bundle.
When read as a group, these two books + two quick tips guides complement each other and help provide the best possible understanding of how to live well with hemochromatosis.
Get all four guides — Holistic Help for Hemochromatosis and Cooking for Hemochromatosis, as well as the Grocery Shopping Pocket Guide and Quick Tips for a Low-Iron Diet Magnet — for $40 off the list price by purchasing them all together as a bundle!
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Dr. Eric Lewis’s Holistic Help for Hemochromatosis: A Guide to the Use of Diet and Supplements in Healing from Iron Overload provides the framework for truly understanding your condition, what causes iron overload, how it impacts your body, and what steps you can take to help improve your quality of life. An evidence-based analysis of dietary, nutritional and herbal remedies for iron overload, his book has already helped thousands of people around the world since its publication in 2016.
Dr. Kristina Lewis’s Cooking for Hemochromatosis: Recipes, Menus, and Culinary Strategies to Lower Iron in Your Diet takes the concepts established in Holistic Help for Hemochromatosis and moves them into the kitchen. This book is filled with practical steps including six key substances to remember when planning meals for iron overload, tips for reading food labels, and learning how to shop for hemochromatosis-friendly brands and products.
This cookbook offers more than 100 delicious, wholesome and easy-to-follow low-iron recipes ranging from vegan to Paleo, low-carb to low-fat, and gluten-free to dairy-free.
With Cooking for Hemochromatosis, you’ll be empowered to shop and cook with confidence and enjoy eating again.
Made with convenience in mind, the Hemochromatosis Help Pocket Grocery Shopping Guide is a portable and handy tool to help you follow a hemochromatosis-friendly, low-iron diet.
These practical 4 x 6 in (10 x 15 cm) laminated cards condense the “Best and Worst Foods for Hemochromatosis” lists found in our books into color-coded cheat sheets that will easily fit into your pocket or purse.
Professionally printed and laminated, they won’t tear and will withstand frequent trips to the store.
Each card is broken down into easy-to-see color charts, organized by food groups. Each page is color-coded into Green, Yellow, and Red sections to easily see which foods to purchase and which to avoid!
Our colorful, humorous refrigerator magnet serves as a quick daily reminder of which foods impact iron (for better and for worse) and how to correctly combine them for a hemochromatosis diet. Keep it in your kitchen as a fast reference that you and the whole family will find helpful.
Using the imagery of the “Villain,” “Henchmen,” and “Heroes” as described in Chapter 1 of Cooking for Hemochromatosis, this attractive magnet visually reminds you which foods are rich in iron, which foods make iron absorption worse, and which foods beneficially block iron absorption.
Our high-quality, full-color magnet has been professionally printed and is 5 x 7 inches (12.7 x 17.8 cm).
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