21 Day Anti-Inflammatory Plan
The 21 Day Anti-inflammatory Plan is designed to transition you to an anti-inflammatory lifestyle that’s completely doable.
What is an Anti-Inflammatory Diet?
An anti-inflammatory diet is designed to remove common inflammatory foods to reduce overall inflammation in the body. Most importantly, an anti-inflammatory diet should also be completely doable and with low stress.
Individuals experiencing a lot of inflammation due to autoimmune disease, arthritis or other inflammatory responses are the perfect candidates for an anti-inflammatory diet plan.
What is the 21 Day Anti-Inflammatory Plan?
Our Autoimmune Sisters 21 Day Anti-Inflammatory Plan provides a low stress format where information is provided over the course of 21 days. Our Plan will help you remove the most inflammatory foods, while providing healthy alternatives, anti-inflammatory supplement suggestions and gut healing tips.
Each day you can expect to receive scientific evidence, healthful tips, resources, eBooks and downloads to make gradual and lasting changes.
Our 21 Day Anti-Inflammatory Plan can dramatically reduce systemic inflammation and is perfect for anyone with an active inflammatory or autoimmune condition.
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN WE EAT ANTI-INFLAMMATORY?
- Reduce Inflammation
- Improve Gut Health
- Improve Energy
- Optimize Nutrition
- Clear Brain Fog
- Reduce Heart Disease Risk
- Reduce Blood Pressure
- Soothe Arthritic Joints
21 Day Anti-Inflammatory Plan
Our 21 Day Anti-Inflammatory Plan is full of helpful eBooks, downloads, menu planners and so much more. Here are just a few of the item we include in our 21 Day Plan:
- Kitchen Clean up eBook
- Breakfast Planner eBook
- Lunch Planner eBook
- Dinner Planner eBook
- 110+ Anti-Inflammatory Recipes
- Superfood Smoothie Recipes eBook
- Perfect Smoothie Chart Download
- Meal Planner PDF Download
- Weekly Resource Guides
- Private Facebook Group
Kitchen Clean Up eBook
A Well-Stocked Kitchen is Critical to an Anti-Inflammatory Lifestyle.
Once you purchase our 21 Day Plan, we immediately send you a link to our Kitchen Clean-Up and Ingredient Resource Guide.
Once you download a copy of the Kitchen Clean Up, you will gain instant access to our pantry resources, the best brands for replacing your kitchen with good, quality oils, spices, condiments, packaged ingredients and more.
Meal Planner eBooks
Healthy, Delicious + Easy Recipes for an Anti-Inflammatory Menu Planning
Smoothie Recipes + Perfect Smoothie Chart
Along with Anti-Inflammatory Supplements, these tools will help you
create perfect daily smoothies for years to come.
Reduce Your Inflammation Today by Joining our next 21 Day Anti-Inflammatory Plan!
During the first few days, we will provide you with the tools you need to be successful during the 21 Day Anti-Inflammatory Plan.
- Kitchen Clean Up eBook
- All Meal Planner Downloads
- Meal Planner PDF Printable
- Daily Smoothies Introduction
- Healthy Oil Resources
- Exclusive Discounts
Week 1 | Day 1 – 7
We share about our love for smoothies and the health benefits of removing gluten and adding in anti-inflammatory supplements.
- Smoothie Q + A and Recipes
- Science to Remove Gluten
- Gluten Alternatives
- Boost Whole Foods
- Phytonutrient Supplements
- Turmeric + Ginger Benefits
- Healthy Breakfast Meals
Week 2 | Day 8-14
We discuss dairy, refined sugar and the benefits of supporting a healthy gut using natural, whole foods.
- Why Dairy is Inflammatory
- Dairy Alternatives
- Bone Broth Benefits + Recipes
- Probiotics + Fermented Foods
- Healthy Lunch Recipes
Week 3 | Day 15-21
Our focus is to help you temporarily removing common inflammatory foods and how to properly re-introduce them back into your diet.
- How to Cut Sugar Out
- Healthy Sugar Alternatives
- Naturally Sweetened Recipes
- Snack Lists and Helpful Tips
- Healthy Dinner Meals
Our Next 21 Day Anti-Inflammatory Plan Begins January 3, 2023
Madison Suttles | Creator
“Within just a month of switching to a client diet, I felt better than I had in my entire life. Clean eating has enabled me to live the last 3 years in remission from my IBD and has given me back my freedom and life. I am so glad I made the transition.”
Aimee Harris Niedosik | Creator
“Within 3 days of adopting a 100% anti-inflammatory diet, my entire life changed. Within a few months, all of my Autoimmune symptoms I had suffered with for 10 years went away and my gut finally got in balance. I am a happier, healthier version of my old self.”
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21 Day Anti-Inflammatory Plan FAQ
What Is Anti-Inflammatory Eating?
Our anti-inflammatory program focuses on eating “whole” foods in their most natural and nutrient-rich state. We place a heavy emphasis on plant-based nutrition and particularly focused on disease-fighting phytonutrients and antioxidants. Overall, it is a comprehensive lifestyle solution developed to combat the two factors that contribute to disease and obesity: malnutrition and inflammation.
Who Will Benefit from taking the 21 Day Plan?
Anyone who is looking for a permanent lifestyle solution that will improve their health, energy and appearance should sign up for this 21 Day Anti-inflammatory Plan.
Our plan can dramatically reduce systemic inflammation and is perfect for anyone with an active inflammatory condition (MS, asthma, arthritis, fibromyalgia, endometriosis, etc.).
How do we Access the 21 Day Anti-Inflammatory Plan?
On the day that the 21 Day Anti-Inflammatory Plan begins, you will receive a notification delivered by email between 8am-9am EST to log in and access the 1st day of the course. We begin with a 5-day introduction to help you prepare for the 21 days. Then on the first Sunday, we will begin the official DAY 1 followed by 21 emails to help you embrace an anti-inflammatory meal plan.
Can the Entire Family do the 21 Day Plan Together?
Absolutely! Our 21 Day Plan is a safe and healthy program the entire family, including kids, can follow along together.
Is the 21 Day Plan 100% organic?
No, our Plan is not 100% Organic.
Eating 100% organic wouldn’t be utopia, but it’s just not realistic.
Instead, we strongly encourage people to know as much about their food as they possibly can. Where did it come from? How is it packaged? How is it grown?
If you eat beef you want to know exactly what the cow ate and the conditions in which the cow was raised. If you eat canned beans you want to know whether they are packaged in a can that contains BPA. If you eat salmon you want to know what waters the salmon swam in and what food the salmon ate. All of these things matter. Once you learn where your food comes from you’ll be able to make educated decisions on what you eat and when it is important to go the extra organic mile.
General Rule of Thumb
Also, it is important in general to know that because animal foods are highest on the food chain they will contain more toxins than what are found in plant foods (the higher up on the food chain you go the more environmental toxins accumulate.) It is absolutely worth the extra money to spend organic on any animal foods you eat. But, since Clean Cuisine is a reduced animal-food way of eating doing this is not as costly as you might think.
And of course we always encourage people to be aware of the Environmental Working Group’s “clean fifteen” and “dirty dozen” produce.
Is the 21 Day Plan Vegan or Vegetarian?
No, the 21 Day Plan is not vegan or vegetarian. However, you can easily modify the 21 Day Plan to remove all animal foods in order to accommodate your individual diet preferences.
The majority of our meal suggestions and recipe are vegetarian and eggs can easily be replaced with Egg Substitutions and honey can be replaced with maple syrup, dates or other personal sweetener preference.
Do you provide calories, carbs and fat grams on the 21 Day Plan?
No, we don’t focus on counting calories, carbs or fat grams at all. We focus on nutrients! The best way to get the most nutrition is to eat predominantly plant-based foods in their most natural and unrefined “whole” state. This means we want you to go for corn instead of corn flakes or steel cut oats instead of a granola bar that is “made with oats” (but also made with a bunch of junk like high fructose corn syrup, processed corn oil, etc.), we’d rather you eat apples—with their skins on!!—instead of store-bought applesauce.
We’d rather you eat “whole” orange juice made with peeled whole oranges rather than commercial pasteurized orange juice. We’d even prefer you eat “whole” olives or “whole” flaxseeds over olive oil or flax oil. The “whole” food is always, always going to have more nutrients per calorie.