Meals That Heal – One Pot

Meals That Heal – One Pot

Reduce Inflammation for Whole-Body Health with 100+ Recipes for Your Stovetop, Sheet Pan, Instant Pot, and Air Fryer

Carolyn Williams, PhD, RD


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Boost your health with just one pot or pan, 15 minutes of prep, and 100 flexible anti-inflammatory recipes

Why live with chronic inflammation when you can cure it with delicious food? Meals That Heal – One Pot presents over 100 quick-fix recipes for your stovetop, sheet pan, Instant Pot, and air fryer—packed with anti-inflammatory foods that will help you feel your best. Plus, James Beard Award winner and culinary nutrition expert Carolyn Williams includes vegetarian, low-carb, gluten-free, and dairy-free options perfect for everyone.

  • Toss-and-go meals: Mediterranean Quinoa Salad, Avocado-Feta Shrimp Toss
  • Soups and salads: Chile Verde with Shredded Pork, Street Corn Salad
  • Meatless mains: Skillet Shakshuka, White Cheddar-Pumpkin Mac and Cheese
  • Desserts and drinks: Chocolate Chip Almond Butter Cookies, Elderflower Margaritas
Don't brush off warning signs of inflammation (such as tiredness, frequent colds, or acid reflux). With Meals That Heal – One Pot, you'll reduce not only these nuisance symptoms but also inflammation's long-term risks: immune dysfunction, high blood pressure, heart disease, cancer, and more. Carolyn's four-step approach, stress-busting tips, genius meal-prep hacks, and weekly menus make it easy to change your diet and heal inflammation with food—instantly.


Carolyn Williams, PhD, RD:
Carolyn Williams, PhD, RD, is a dietitian and food and health journalist known for making healthy eating simple and achievable. She’s a recipient of the 2017 James Beard Journalism Award for her article “Brain Health.” Carolyn serves as contributing editor for Cooking Light and Eating Well, and her work is regularly featured on platforms like Real Simple and Health. She lives in Alabama.