This cookbook is for people who are sensitive to many foods and want great tasting, low inflammatory foods. This ebook is for people with autoimmune issues, chronic inflammation, IBS, IBD, CFS or anyone who wants some recipes and support to successfully manage these health conditions through diet.
We have updated the cookbook, which now has 84 recipes and counting, and food lists and many tools to help you successfully manage your health conditions.
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- Why Make a Cookbook?
- What Are The 8 Pillars of Health?
- Substances in Foods That Can Cause Immune Reactions
- Paleo and Autoimmune Friendly
- Who is This Cookbook For?
- How to Manage Inflammatory Health Conditions Through a Diet
- Autoimmune Friendly Scores
- Recipes in the Book (So Far)
- Help Us Create Better Content!
- Real Reviews of the Lectin Avoidance Cookbook
- 30-Day Money Back Guarantee
- Buy The Lectin Avoidance Cookbook
Why Make a Cookbook?
At Selfhacked, our purpose is to develop a body of knowledge and the necessary tools (SelfDecode) to help people heal from chronic illness and become optimal.
The Lectin Avoidance Diet post currently gets over 15,000 visitors a month. I named the Lectin Avoidance Diet as such because I think that lectins are the single major trigger of autoimmune disease. However, they are not the only trigger.
But the question I keep getting in my consults and on the blog is “what do I eat? Do you have any recipes or meal plans?”
Although no one size fits all, if you look at all of the substances that trigger the immune system and cause chronic inflammation and autoimmunity, a consensus starts to emerge of foods that a majority of people can and can’t eat.
What Are The 8 Pillars of Health?
Diet is one of my 8 pillars to becoming optimally healthy.
The Big 8 Factors that cause disease and suboptimal performance:
- Lack of Sun and Light
- Disturbed Circadian Rhythms
- Excess stress and unhappiness
- Lack of natural stressors
Substances in Foods That Can Cause Immune Reactions
I’ve identified some common substances found in plant-based foods that can be problematic when people have autoimmune issues. They are:
- Trypsin Inhibitors
- Others: Non-protein amino acids, Glycosides, Alkaloids, Triterpenes, Lignins
What’s Different About This Cookbook
Most of the other cookbooks are inadequate because they put in too many ingredients that aren’t allowed for people suffering from autoimmune or chronic inflammatory issues. This cookbook isn’t perfect, but it should give helpful recipes to everyone, no matter what your exact food requirements are.
The ingredients used are relatively low lectin, low tannin, low histamine, low oxalate, low mycotoxin, gluten free, dairy free, low carb and low sugar.
Paleo and Autoimmune Friendly
Everything in this cookbook is “paleo” and autoimmune friendly. Many of the recipes are low carb.
At the end, I give my recipe for making cookies if you’re sensitive to EVERYTHING, so don’t forget to check that out.
Who is This Cookbook For?
This cookbook is for moms, students, self-hackers or anyone who wants some good tasting food.
For a while, I was mixing powders that didn’t taste very good, but I just gulped it down. I realized that I can eat the same ingredients in a concoction that actually tastes really good and is super healthy for me.
Through this, I’ve been able to save a lot of time for food preparation by making my hi-maize cookies.
This cookbook keeps in mind all of the concepts that I speak about throughout the blog.
How to Manage Inflammatory Health Conditions Through a Diet
The lectin avoidance diet and the cookbook are not to be taken as gospel. Rather, it is a starting point for self-experimentation, to test out what works or doesn’t work for you. In the updated version of the lectin avoidance diet cookbook, we include a protocol to figure this out.
Resources in the updated cookbook include
- The Lectin Avoidance Diet Food List (Click on the link for free download)
- How to do an elimination diet to figure out the best diet for you
- Strategies to successfully follow the lectin avoidance diet
- Strategies to afford high-quality meat and produce
Autoimmune Friendly Scores
Since everyone is different in the degree to which they have food sensitivities, I give a score by each recipe to let you know how friendly it is to people with chronic inflammation from food or autoimmune issues.
The scores are subjective, but I still think they are useful.
The scores range from 5-10. There is no recipe that is under a 5 here because making a score lower than 5 would suggest that it’s not friendly to people with autoimmune issues.
Every recipe here is already friendly to the majority of people with autoimmune issues. But I realize that for some clients, myself and people with enhanced food sensitivities, they may only want to eat the foods which don’t provoke immune reactions at all.
For most people, an immune reaction from food is healthy because their immune system is weaker. But for people with autoimmune issues, the immune system is overactive.
If you’re already feeling your options are limited, then you can discard these scores and the notes attached. I just feel that for the people who still have some issues, they should know which foods to experiment cutting out.
Recipes in the Book (So Far)
BREAKFAST & BRUNCH
1) Carob Protein Shake
2) Matcha Collagen Shake
3) Maple Sage Turkey Sausages
4) Scandinavian Warmed Berries
5) Vanilla Bean Coconut Cream
6) Cinnamon Breakfast Porridge
7) Coconut Crusted Salmon & Avocado Breakfast
8) Asparagus Flan
9) Black Sesame Porridge
10) Creamy Avocado Shake
11) Raspberry Avocado Shake with Collagen
12) Coconut Hi-Maize Waffles
13) Salmon Quiche
BREADS & QUICK BREADS
14) Herbed Flatbread (Egg-Free)
15) Pumpkin Scones
16) Coconut Milk Alfredo Sauce
17) Zucchini Noodles
MAIN DISHES: FISH
18) Salmon Cakes
19) Golden Grouper with Chives
20) Asian Salmon
21) Roasted Garlic & Herb Sardines
22) Pistachio-Crusted Halibut with Cilantro
23) Honeyed Cod
24) Honey Mustard Salmon
25) Hemp Pesto-Crusted Tilapia
MAIN DISHES: BEEF
26) Low Lectin Beef Stroganoff
27) Swedish Meatballs
28) Low Lectin BBQ Beef Brisket
29) Korean Beef Lettuce Wraps
30) Basil Bison Burgers
31) Grass-fed Beef Round Steak
32) Braised Chuck Roast
MAIN DISHES: LAMB
33) Moroccan Lamb Burgers
34) Moroccan Spiced Cauliflower Couscous
35) Mediterranean Lamb Meatballs
MAIN DISHES: CHICKEN
36) Grilled Rosemary Chicken Thighs
37) Turmeric Thyme Roast Chicken
38) Lemon Rosemary Roast Chicken
39) Curried Chicken Salad
40) Chicken with Curry & Dill Sauce
ORGAN MEATS AND ODD BITS
41) Hemp & Sage Crusted Broiled Liver
42) Fried Liver with Hi-Maize
43) Beef Tongue Preparation
44) Beef Tongue Steak with Mustard Sauce
45) Beef Tongue Carnitas
46) Middle Eastern-Style Beef Heart Steak or Kebobs
47) Chicken or Turkey Bone Broth
48) Beef Bone Broth
49) Pork Bone Broth
PRESSURE COOKED OPTIONS
50) Purple Sweet Potatoes
51) Pressure Cooked Spaghetti Squash
52) Pressure Cooked Marinara
DESSERTS and SNACKS
53) Coconut Hi-Maize Snickerdoodles
54) Pure Hi-Maize Snickerdoodles with MCT
55) Hi-Maize Brownie Cookies with MCT
56) Brazilian Hi-Maize Biscoitos
57) Vanilla Bean Chia Pudding
58) Carob Avocado Pudding
59) Joe’s Hi-Maize Cookies (Hemp Version)
60) Joe’s Hi-Maize Cookies (Cricket Version)
61) Caramel Hemp Seed Porridge
62) Coconut Pomegranate Bark
63) Matcha Chia Pudding
64) Carob Coconut Macaroons
65) Grass-fed Beef Gelatin Marshmallows with Hi-maize Coating
66) Honey Grass-fed Beef Gelatin Marshmallows with Hi-maize Coating
67) Festive Cranberry Hi-Maize Smoothie
68) Matcha Pistachio Bark with Coconut Milk
69) Spiced Golden Milk
70) Rooibos Lemonade (Arnold Palmer)
71) Spiced Apple Cider with Rooibos
SOUPS AND SIDES
72) Thai Coconut Soup with Chicken & Vegetables
73) Salmon Chowder
74) Olive Garden Zuppa Toscana – Senza Lectins
75) Purple Sweet Potato Soup (Instant Pot)
76) Creamy Kohlrabi Side
77) Anti-inflammatory Coconut Milk Cheese (with Hi-Maize!)
78) Roasted Brussel Sprouts
79) Pesto-Flavored Roasted Broccoli
80) Cilantro Lime Cauliflower Rice
81) Purple Cabbage Slaw
82) Cauliflower Mash
83) Cucumber Salad
84) Super Simple Gourmet Salad
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I am optimistic that with better information and better tools, we can do great things and accelerate people’s healing and become optimally healthy.
Real Reviews of the Lectin Avoidance Cookbook
“Hey Joe, I’ve been loving these recipes. I just wanted to give some brief feedback and impressions on everything I’ve made thus far. Also, I wanted to drop a recipe for carob avocado mousse that I found in the wild that I adapted to be friendly to this parameters.
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