Giveaway and Review of Nourish! (AIP, Paleo)

Giveaway and Review of Nourish! (AIP, Paleo)

If you don’t already have Rachael Bryant’s book, Nourish: The Paleo Healing Cookbook, then you need a copy. STAT. If you already have this fantastic cookbook, then you still need another copy — STAT — to share with one of your near and dear.Nourish Cover Foreword

And I can help you with that! Rachael, the founder of Meatified, has generously offered a copy for an international giveaway here on my blog. All you need to do is leave a comment on this post about why you love eating real and nourishing food. A winner will be randomly chosen at 8 PM MST on Sunday, June 14.

Now have a peek back up there at the feature image. Doesn’t that Quick-Pickled Shrimp look amazing? That’s just one of so many delightful recipes in Nourish. Not only is this cookbook beautifully illustrated by Rachael herself, it’s also chockablock full of scrumptious eats made from ingredients that are anti-inflammatory, nutrient-dense, and real. Because Just Eating Real Food, a.k.a. JERFing, is where it’s at.Image B

Sure, following an elimination diet like the paleo autoimmune protocol (AIP) can be overwhelming, but Rachael has done a bang up job at tackling that foreboding feeling of not knowing what to eat. The choices she offers us are endless and delicious.

Now get commenting so that you can be entered to win a copy of this book and can start enjoying those insanely good Quick-Pickled Shrimp as well as some of my other personal faves: Beef Cheek Stew, Kedgeree, and Balsamic-Roasted Strawberry Popsicles. Yum!

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Martine Partridge, founder of Eat Heal Thrive, is an eater of whole, nourishing, real food. She is also a combatter of Crohn's Disease. Martine wholeheartedly believes that food is the fulcrum for good health and has had wonderful results in managing autoimmunity by eating to heal, and healing to thrive.

There are 45 comments for this article
  1. Mary Grace at 9:26 pm

    i’d love to win a cooy of this book, as i’m on a fixed income & only own 1 real healthy eating cookbook….i love eating real and nourishing food because i have found that this is the kind of food that helps me with my fibromyalgia and arthritis! the more natural, organic, authentic food that i eat, the more energy i tend to have & the less pain i feel!

  2. primalmanon at 9:27 pm

    Hi Martine ?
    I love to eat real food because it makes me feel better about myself. It makes me feel as if I know how to live if that makes sense. I mean, I look at what my friends eat and think is good for them or I look at them counting calories and blabla blaaa. I’m just here, eating veggies for breakfast and so dam proud of living the healthy life!!!
    Real food is definitely what everyone should be eating. That’s what I love about it, if that can be my answer… ??

    Love ?

  3. Tristyn at 10:05 pm

    I love eating real and nourishing foods because it truly affects the way I feel. Prior to drastically changing my diet, I battled a lot of medical issues and now my food is medicine! I have heard so many things about Rachel’s book and would love to have a copy! 🙂

  4. Maria at 10:59 pm

    Since I am gluten and dairy intolerant, it is very important for me to eat real food. When I eat process food I get really sick. It’s makes me miserable as well as my family, since they have be around me

  5. Candace at 11:14 pm

    Love eating real and nourishing food because it makes me feel so much better (more energy, no tummy issues, no chronic headaches, etc) than when I used to eat mostly processed foods!

  6. Beth at 11:34 pm

    Real food gives me more energy, less pain, better sleep and overall well being. Why would I want to eat anything else?

  7. Keri Cochran at 11:39 pm

    Eating REAL food has changed my world! I no longer have frequent headaches, anxiety, severe joint pain among other symptoms I won’t go on about. Changing from paleo to AIP was my turning point and really helped me fine tune some ongoing issues. I would LOVE to win Nourish to give me some new great recipes to add to my repertoire!

  8. Amaya at 12:17 am

    I love eating whole foods because they balance my hormones and heal my endometriosis. My conventional doctors would rather put me on hormone pills or perform surgery to cover up my symptoms. Eating whole foods puts my health in my hands, and I wish doctors would be bolder in asking people to make real, postive, and yes, hard changes in their lifestyle instead of treating symptoms.

  9. Sarah at 12:31 am

    I’ve been using real nourishing food to heal my body after having a parasite, and as well as using it to heal my babies who has eczema. #totesaip #aipjourney

  10. Jessica at 12:35 am

    Omg where to start! I love the way I eat! It makes me happy, it keeps my body healthy, energized and motivated, it fuels my mind and sooths my soul. I can sleep well, run faster and lift heavier. I think clearly, I digest properly and I smile often. The best part of eating clean, nourishing food is to pass it on and keep my family and friends in optimal health 🙂

  11. Cindy at 12:39 am

    Treat your body right and it will treat you right!! I have recently started the AIP journey, basically cold turkey. I was diagnosed with Grave’s disease and had a bad reaction to the medicine. I decided to take my body into my own hands and attempt to heal it naturally! It is definitely hard, as I LOVE to eat all foods, but I’ve enjoyed learning my body, shopping at farmer’s markets, researching new recipes and cooking healthy for me and my family!

  12. Kelsi at 12:49 am

    Eating real food has changed my life. I was in pain daily and on medications that caused me to lose my appetite and had no energy. Once I began to eat real foods my auto-immune disease went into remission and I haven’t felt this good since I was on a large dose of prednizone (lol). It’s a shame that eating this way has to be so difficult and in many cases too expensive for most people. I’ve been eyeing this cookbook for a while and always grab Rachael’s recipes when she posts them! She’s one of my favorite AIP bloggers. I would love to win this book and make it the second AIP cookbook to be in my kitchen next to The Myer’s Way!

  13. Olivia at 12:53 am

    Eating healthy, nourishing food keeps me feeling great and has helped me stay cold/flu/sick free for 2 years! Plus, who doesn’t love ALL the veggies!

  14. Amy D. at 12:57 am

    Because I am a much kinder, cool-headed momma to my 3 young kiddos when I am eating well, among many others, but this is probably my top favorite reason! That, and feeling human again 🙂

  15. Sandie at 2:08 am

    I love eating real and nourishing food because it fuels my body to perform at its highest levels, which in turn also allows me to rest more efficiently. I want to encourage everyone in the world to EAT REAL FOOD! Imagine what a different place the world would be!?!?!

  16. Amanda at 2:18 am

    I love eating real nourishing food because you really feel alive after. You’re not dulled by a sugar craze or processed overload. You are full, content, and capable!

  17. Pat at 3:00 am

    Recently diagnosed with celiac disease . Having some other issues that appear to be autoimmune related. I have SO MUCH to learn! Your book would be a wonderful help!!!

  18. Lauren at 3:08 am

    I love eatin clean real good food. I have loved experimenting with new things. I would love your cookbook because I need new recipes to try! I haven’t been cooking much of my life but enjoy throwing things together but now that there are so many good paleo cookbooks out there I have been trying to get my library to get some. But to have my own?!?! That would be AMAZING!!!

  19. Amanda at 3:48 am

    I have been eyeing this book since before it came out!! My husband didn’t get the mothers day hints. Im so glaf your giving this away! I have heard nothing but amazing glowing comments about this book.

    I love eating real food for how ir makes me feel and the disease prevention benefits it has. Having psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis im so sensitive to so many foods. Eating real food and specific aip has made such an impact on mine and my family’s life!

  20. Alexandra Robertson at 3:51 am

    I think this book sounds amazing. I had my son almost 11 months ago and since then I have made a transition for my new family into a more natural and “clean living” lifestyle. It started with wanting to lose the baby weight, but is now focused on being as healthy as we can be as an example for our son and because eating healthy makes me feel better mentally and physically. I struggled with depression, hypothyroidism and a disordered eating past. Since making the change to use food as fuel and medicine I feel 100 times better. I love to cook and bake and trying new recipes out for my family is such a rewarding feeling. Thanks for a fun giveaway!

  21. Malin at 5:03 am

    I heal through nourishing food! Started aip/elimination diet in November 2014. Since then I have felt the best in many many years. I suffer chronic meningitis which has led to severe malnutrition. I had to give up everything I love. Used to be athletic with a background as competitive triathlete and cross fitter. Finally I ended up almost even unable to play around with my little kid… But now – food has helped me immensely. No hospital since more than 18 months, back to training and rebuilding body and best if all – ENERGY to fully live and love!!! Need the book as I live in Sweden and here it is impossible to buy any of the beautiful aip/paleo books you all show in your accounts.

  22. Shelley at 5:19 am

    I love eating real and nourishing food because it makes me and my family feel our best! And it’s a great way to support local farms by buying fresh local meat and produce. I’ve got a copy of this cookbook and it’s crazy amazing. I would love to gift this to one of my AIP friends and share in the love of these awesome recipes!

  23. maite at 7:33 am

    Real food is just amazing! I love energy and heathy life and this is why I eat Paleo 🙂 … live, love, laugh Paleo 🙂

  24. Kathleen at 11:54 am

    I love eating real and nourishing food because I feel so much less sick, so much stronger and healthier, when I eat unprocessed foods. My journey of eating healthy, real foods recently began upon diagnosis of multiple autoimmune diseases. It will be a lifelong learning process of new foods and how to prepare them!

  25. Lindsey at 12:35 pm

    I’ve been doing AIP on a strict budget since January and I’m starting to get in a bit of a rut about what meals to cook. Some new inspiration would really help!

  26. Caroline at 2:34 pm

    I’ve just started doing AIP to help manage my chronic Lyme disease and would love some new recipes to get me through this transition time.

  27. Livvy at 3:34 pm

    It is so important for me to eat real food as its changing my life! I’ve been ill since I was 10 years old and 14 years later- after hundreds of doctors visits, hospitals stays and putting my dreams on hold- i’m finally using the AIP to address my autoimmune symptoms. 2 months in and i’m already seeing so many positive improvements. Its a forever lifestyle change for me, & i’m so excited to carry on this path of healing, getting happier and healthier with every day & one day accomplish all the things that my health prevented me from achieving.

    I really couldn’t have done this without all the AIP bloggers out there who introduced me into this world. So a big thank you to all of you, your recipes and motivation help me stay inspired!
    x

  28. Tanya at 8:22 pm

    I love eating real food because it’s changed my life completely. No more eczema or back pain and I’ve conquered an eating disorder!

  29. Courtney Witt at 10:14 pm

    We have several food allergies in our family that have steered is to a healthier Whole food based style of eating. This cookbook will be an asset in our kitchen.

  30. Jane at 10:41 pm

    I would love a copy of “Nourish”; I’ve been drooling over it ever since I first saw it in my research for AIP. Rheumatoid Arthritis sent me down the AIP path a few weeks ago, and although it seems to be a long and complex path, the food is amazing. “Nourish” would certainly be a step in the right direction to keeping me fulfilled with even more fabulous recipes.

    What a wonderful giveaway. Thanks for your generosity!

  31. Lynn at 11:18 pm

    Eating real food honours and nourishes my body the way it was always meant to be. It’s sad how off track our eating has become in the modern world

  32. Sandy Blanco at 11:19 pm

    There’s so many different reasons why I love to eat, real, whole foods! They are nourishing to my body, help me feet not only good but better about myself. Especially when fighting an autoimmune disease. Being new to the aip lifestyle it’s hard finding ways to eat yummy, delicious, and satisfying meals not only for me but for my family. Books like these help make my journey a little more easier and would love to have it to continue making such recipes. Eating healthier is so much more satisfying <3

  33. krista Shin at 2:56 am

    I wish I would have found a high density diet before my body went into an autoimmune state. Wholesome and nourishing food has regulated my stomach, caused my finger nails to be smooth instead of bumpy and has lifted my brain fog (all of which I didn’t realize were problems). I am so glad that we came around to this kind of diet eventually. My family will be better off from it. Also, seeing my journey has inspired many of my close friends and family.

  34. Jess at 7:38 am

    I love eating real and nourishing foods because they make a real impact on my health! I feel so vibrant and alive and free from all my autoimmune diseases that I’m suffering from. They give me so much energy, I love having delicious food that are good for me too! Love the ideas that a new recipe book would give me, and all the other options that are filled with foods good for you! This ensures that I no longer have to suffer from all my problems, and I would be so thankful and happy 🙂

  35. Deb Constien at 3:14 pm

    I would love this book as I am just starting this journey. I want my health back. My family is doing this journey with me as it can only help them too!!

  36. Mary at 1:17 am

    i was recently diagnosed with adrenal fatigue.. I know I need to be on AIP, but I’m so nervous , so many things I cook with I can’t have anymore and I’m lost! I NEED this book! 🙂 (fingers crossed!)

  37. Natasha at 4:24 am

    I was diagnosed with Sjogrens Syndrome about 3 years ago, it has taken me a long time to accept my limitations. I have just completed the AIP Paleo Elimination and i feel amazing. I have been looking for this book and two others here in Dubai but have not come across any of them yet. I would love a copy of this book to expand my meal ideas as i am also trying to slowly pull my family into the Paleo way of eating…

  38. Amanda at 7:24 pm

    I love eating real, whole, nourishing foods for so many reasons. Most importantly I know exactly what I’m putting in my body and feeding my family. I feel more energized and better about myself.

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