Since becoming a dietitian, one of the things that has been on my bucket list was to publish a recipe book. This item has been ticked off the list, with the release of ‘Anti-Inflammatory Eating: Recipes from your Dietitian’s Kitchen’.

This has been a massive project over the past year, but our finished product is one that I am extremely proud of!

Many of the clients I see face to face suffer from inflammatory joint and/or autoimmune conditions, gut issues, want to manage their weight, or simply improve their health in general, and avoid becoming unwell, and the resource I get asked for more than anything else is recipes, now, there is 58 recipes available in one place!

Why anti-inflammatory? Research indicates that eating certain foods may help with reducing the risk of developing these different types of inflammation and reduce the severity of inflammation present when it occurs with various diseases/conditions.

The book has a lengthy foreword, with condition specific tips, along with reasons why particular foods have been included, or avoided.

To give you a little taste, here is one of my favourites from the book, turmeric snapper. So easy, so tasty! I hope you enjoy it!

Turmeric Snapper


  • 1 1⁄2 tsp of turmeric
  • 1 clove garlic, crushed
  • 2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
  • 2 snapper fillets (approximately 120-150 g each)Method:
    1. Combine turmeric, crushed garlic and olive oil in a bowl to form a paste.
    2. Coat snapper fillets with paste.
    3. Pan fry in a hot pan (no extra oil is necessary) for 2-3minutes on each side, or until cooked through.
    4. Serve with mixed salad or vegetables.

I’d love for you to download here, or visit itunes for your copy.


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