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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - Lyn-Genet Recitas is the New York Times bestselling author of "The plan," a groundbreaking anti-inflammatory nutritional regimen.

The Plan, proved that traditional diets - the diets that we're all used to, like no carb, unlimited protein, low fat, or calorie counting - don't work because there is no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to weight loss, particularly for people 35 and older. when we eat foods that don't work for our bodies, an inflammatory response is triggered, which can cause weight gain, impact our immune systems, and hasten aging. In The Plan, Lyn-GEnet showed us how to test potential highly inflammatory food, reset our systems and create a customized cuisine for our own unique body chemistry. In her new cookbook, Recitas includes a wide array of selections such as panko crusted orange chipotle chicken, brazilian coconut rice, provencal fish with fennel, lemon and herbs, and much more.

Lyn-Genet Recitas has been a holistic nutritionist for over 30 years, studying nutritional therapy, holistic medicine, herbology, homeopathy, yoga, and shiatsu.

The new companion book to the New York Times bestseller the plan features 150 mouthwatering recipes in which every ingredient reduces inflammation, boosts metabolism, promotes weight loss and improves overall health.