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The Healing Slow Cooker - Lower Stress * Improve Gut Health * Decrease Inflammation - cover

The Healing Slow Cooker - Lower Stress * Improve Gut Health * Decrease Inflammation

Jennifer Iserloh

Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC

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This collection of 60 set-it and forget-it recipes aims to support a variety of wellness goals for optimal health. From Detox and Calm to Rebuild and Strengthen and more, each chapter's recipes utilize specific ingredients that help lower stress, decrease inflammation, and improve gut health. Combining the convenience of a slow cooker with accessible ingredients like ginger, mushrooms, chocolate, and turmeric, these dishes are simple enough for home cooks of any skill level. Each chapter comes with a detailed guide to the featured healing ingredients, making it easy to explore how they benefit the body. Start the journey to healthful eating with the flip of a switch!

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