“You’re not sick because you’re fat. You’re fat because you are sick.” One of the best quotes out of this 2-Part interview with Cristina Curp (listen to Part 1 HERE) , of The Castaway Kitchen blog and the new amazing cookbook, MADE WHOLE: More Than 145 Anti-Inflammatory Keto-Paleo Recipes to Nourish You From the Inside Out.
We talk about Cristina’s past, and how her health issues led her to doctor after doctor after doctor with no success. It wasn’t until SHE finally took the reins and began pushing back and changing her lifestyle and her diet that her body began to HEAL.
In the second part of this interview, Cristina goes in depth about her liver and gut issues– and how over time, her research helped her to see clearly how she was NOT going to get any better by continuing to rely on traditional medicine (drugs) to get better. She needed to change her lifestyle and most specifically, her diet choices.
Cristina talks about how going on elimination diets helped her find out what foods were causing inflammatory responses and making her worse- and how removing them helped her symptoms very quickly.
You will love learning from Cristina in this interview and you will definitely want to get the cookbook- it is divine!!! Tune in to both parts of this 2-part episode now! Be sure to SUBSCRIBE on iTunes and we’d love it if you would leave us a review- the more reviews our show has, the more people we can help with our loads of free information.
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P.S. If you liked this episode, be sure to tune in to PART 2 of the episode! AND– you may also find a lot of value by listening to this 2-part episode on CORTISOL with Dr. Lane Sebring. Part 1 and Part 2 are jam packed full of information on hormones, cortisol, adrenal fatigue and auto-immune issues- and how to address them with food and lifestyle changes.