Here’s How to Change Your Life for a Better Ankylosing Spondylitis Diet
By the age of 31 Andrea had been diagnosed with ankylosing spondylitis (AS), colitis, scoliosis, kyphosis, and osteoporosis and even though these conditions have made her life more challenging, she still finds inspiration all around her for overcoming adversity and making the best of her situation.
She is now 36 and has found a lifestyle that helps her and she wants to share what she has learned with others. She has a created the eBook cookbook, “Pure and Simple Paleo: A Low Starch Cookbook” which is full of recipes that helped her overcome so much of the inflammation and fatigue in her body and improved her ankylosing spondylitis diet.
She knows that the idea of this kind of dietary change can seem daunting but she states that she finds it to be “really empowering as opposed to restrictive. It can sound limiting to give up grains and starches but I really embrace fresh food and local foods. I’ve become friends with a lot of local farmers and also enjoy foraging for wild foods, and that’s where I find my inspiration, from real food that we as humans evolved eating.