Food Saved Me by Danielle Walker ⎪Book Review

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Food Saved Me is a memoir by Danielle Walker. If you have an autoimmune disease you’ve probably looked at making changes to your diet. This book is Danielle’s journey in doing that. She chronicles the grief and loneliness when you change your diet drastically and then provides hope and her story of improvement.

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