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About Kate Fields
"I believe that the greatest gift you can give your family and the world is a healthy you."
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" Anna had experienced stomach pain for a few months that didn't appear to originate from any chronic condition or acid reflux. She visited her doctor to find out the reason, and while she was satisfied to learn of no health conditions, the pain persisted and became worse. At the age of 40, Anna often dismissed issues like this, until the pain and discomfort became unbearable. She was soon vomiting and feeling nausea for no reason. A friend of Anna's, a dietician, suggested reviewing the foods she was eating just to be certain. Anna also decided to take an allergy test and look into other possibilities. None of the test results gave her answers, though reviewing her diet was a good start! Anna discussed gluten, dairy, and other foods that may be irritating her stomach, and as the dietician and her eliminated several items, lectins were mentioned. Anna had never heard of lectins and was a little skeptical about changing her diet. Her dietician suggested making some simple changes, instead of a complete overhaul, which led to eating different foods and trying new recipes. Anna discovered that her ongoing stomach problems and nausea quickly subsided, as her body was now getting the nutrients she needed! "
Most of us have heard about the protein found in wheat, which causes extensive inflammation in the body. People spend billions of dollars on gluten-free diets to maintain their health. What if we don’t manage that issue right in the first place? In the book Plant Paradox Diet, we discover that the gluten is just one version of a common, highly toxic, plant-based protein called lectins. Lectins are found not only in grains like wheat, but also in “gluten-free” foods what are generally considered healthy such as fruits, vegetables, nuts, beans, and average dairy products. These proteins were designed by nature to protect the plants from harmful insects (including humans). During digestion, lectins start a chemical war in our body. Triggering inflammatory reactions that can lead to weight gain and serious health problems.
Do you want to follow a specific diet and meal prep at the same time? Yes, it is possible. You simply need to know how to proceed with it, and that’s exactly something that you are going to learn in this book. When it comes to sustainable weight loss, meal prepping is a very good place to start. If you have been making pitstops at the nearby fast-food counters and restaurants to order take-outs as your dinner, then meeting your fitness goals will be a far-fetched concept. But meal prepping can solve this problem once and for all. Ditch those pizza boxes and late-night burgers, because from now on, you are going to return home to delicious homemade meals waiting for you.
This book will teach you how easy it is to meal prep your entire week’s worth of food. All you need to have is proper planning, and it is quite a painless and quick process. You will learn about all the tips and tricks you need to know to make the best out of your time in the kitchen so that by cooking only once a week, you can enjoy your best meals whenever you come home from work. The concept of meal prepping is not only for working people with busy schedules but for anyone who wants to free some of their time and do other things they love.