In 2010, Clean Cuisine was launched because Ivy Larson wanted to share her anti-inflammatory lifestyle and delicious recipes using ingredients in their most natural and nutrient-rich state. For years, she poured into Clean Cuisine ever single week sharing non-toxic cookware, non-toxic beauty products, nutrition highlights and of course, 100’s of recipes.
In 2020, Ivy passed the website to us (Aimee and Madison) and we strictly adhere to the core tenets of the Clean Cuisine Anti-Inflammatory Nutrition Program. We are committed to helping individuals with autoimmune diseases and inflammation issues to regain their health and lives.
Meet Aimee and Madison
Aimee Harris Niedosik
Diagnosed with Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis in 2010, Aimee has spent years learning everything there is about autoimmune disease and using an anti-inflammatory diet paired with a whole health lifestyle to reduce symptoms.
In October 2018, Aimee launched Autoimmune Sisters, an online community for women with autoimmune disease. Over the past few years, Autoimmune Sisters has become a well known advocate and community for autoimmune disease.
Aimee is a website designer and runs a firm Since called Anchored Design. She designs websites and blogs for small business owners, food bloggers and start-ups to include this website, Clean Cuisine.
Aimee is married to Lenny, the Gluten Free Dad and together they raise their 2 children in eastern North Carolina.
Madison was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease in 2016, but has lived with autoimmune symptoms her entire life. Upon diagnosis, she began educating herself on the healing power of food, and soon, grew a deep passion for holistic health and healing.
Madison started blogging as a way to connect with others in similar situations. She shares her experience with Crohn’s, and how modified versions of the Specific Carbohydrate Diet, and the Autoimmune Paleo Diet have helped to keep her in remission since shortly after her diagnosis. She loves to create recipes following these protocols, and provide others with the resources to heal, without feeling restricted.
Madison works with Aimee on the Autoimmune Sisters project as the Instagram Admin.
Madison is married to Kadin and they live in Orlando, Florida.
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Clean Cuisine Defined
With a focus on eating and living an anti-inflammatory lifestyle, the foundation of Clean Cuisine is food in its most natural and nutrient-dense state, with a heavy emphasis on plant-based ingredients. Clean Cuisine is a highly nutritious way of eating the entire family can safely follow together.
Here are our top 10 clean eating tips:
- Eat fruits and vegetables with every meal.
- Think plant strong.
- Consume land and sea Omega 3’s.
- Replace refined processed carbs with nutrient-dense carbs.
- Remove trans fats.
- Cook with unrefined oils (and use less oil in general).
- Eat more beans and legumes.
- Switch to plant-based milks.
- Consume more prebiotics and fermented probiotics.
- Only eat when you’re hungry (Note: We are big supporters of 12-hour intermittent fasting)
Our website is designed to show you the practicalities of how we both live a Clean Cuisine approach on a daily basis. We strive to provide you with the online tools you need to shop, prepare, and eat the cleanest and very best food on the planet—food that is every bit as delicious as it is nutritious. As the name “cuisine” implies, we take the flavor of our food very seriously.
We incorporate fitness and overall wellness information on the website as an integral component to living an anti-inflammatory lifestyle.
Clean Cuisine is not Vegan…
Clean Cuisine is not low-fat, low-carb, gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian, Paleo, or raw. And it is absolutely not a fad diet. Rather, Clean Cuisine is an anti-inflammatory, nutrient-rich way of eating based on unrefined “whole foods,” with a heavy emphasis on plants (beans, nuts, fruits, vegetables, seeds, etc.)
Eating Clean Cuisine means choosing foods in their most natural and nutrient-rich state. For example, unpasteurized “whole orange juice” made from peeled whole oranges is far more nutritious and offers countless more phytonutrients, fiber, antioxidants and vitamins when compared to processed pasteurized orange juice.
It is even far better than the super fresh trendy pressed raw juices that are currently all the rage. Whole olives or whole flaxseeds are always going to be more nutritious than their oils. Corn on the cob will always be a better choice from a nutrition standpoint than corn flakes or corn puffs. Making these subtle food distinctions and choosing foods in their most natural and unrefined state dramatically increases the overall nutritional value of your diet and does wonders to reduce inflammation and improve your health and appearance—both inside and out.
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Aimee Harris Niedosik and Madison Suttles also works as Independent Consultants with Pampered Chef. To learn more about what we offer(s) through Pampered Chef, please visit our Pampered Chef website.