Fleet Feet Monterey is proud to feature author of the acclaimed Crohn’s Disease AIP Cookbook, local runner and Fleet Feet mentor and ambassador, entrepreneur, and Autoimmune Athlete Joshua Bradley for a Q&A and book-signing event. We will hear Joshua’s compelling story and discover the radical permission we can give ourselves to fiercely pursue living, working, and running a whole life with an autoimmune disorder.
The evening will feature food & treats from Switch Bakery, Joshua, and his wife, Amanda's exclusively gluten-free bakery, as well as some of the most popular recipes from Joshua's cookbook. As a special offer, Fleet Feet Monterey will be offering a 10% discount at the store for everyone who signs up for the event!
Join us for food and conversation and then be sure to RSVP for the run the following day!
What people have said about the Crohn’s Disease AIP Cookbook
Jane McGonigal, best-selling author of SuperBetter, Reality is Broken and Imaginable, wrote, "This book can help anyone who wants to fuel their body, boost their resilience and heal with every meal. It's full of clear, science-based guidance to making healthy, delicious meals that reduce inflammation and help your body heal."
"If you or someone you love has Crohn's Disease, you must have this book. For years we doctors told patients with autoimmune diseases that diet didn't matter—and we were dead wrong. Here is careful, clear science-based guidance to making healthy, delicious meals that reduce inflammation and help your body heal." —Martin L. Rossman, MD, author of Guided Imagery for Self-Healing
"The Crohn's Disease AIP Cookbook is a must-have for anyone struggling with Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Joshua and Kia walk you through an elimination diet and reintroduction, supporting you along the way with delicious recipes. This book is full of useful information and will be my new go-to reference when working with clients on the AIP diet." —Julie Kimball, health supportive chef