Danielle Walker, New York Times bestselling author, to publish memoir, “Food Saved Me,” with Tyndale Momentum in 2021
Carol Stream, Ill. (September 13, 2019) — Tyndale House Publishers (@tyndalehouse) announced today that Danielle Walker, author and photographer of the New York Times bestselling cookbooks Against All Grain, Meals Made Simple, and Celebrations, will publish her memoir, Food Saved Me: Find Healing and Take Back Your Life through the Power of Food, in March 2021 with Tyndale Momentum.
In Food Saved Me, Danielle will tell the full story of her health journey for the first time. While she has shared snippets of her story in the past, she has never revealed the details surrounding her own health struggles and journey to healing. In her new book, Danielle shares her autoimmune medical challenges, which she dramatically improved through a major change in her eating habits. She balances disclosing her personal health journey with educating and equipping her readers to take control of their own lives through the healing power of food. Her desire is to restore hope to the nearly 50 million people struggling with autoimmune illnesses and/or dietary restrictions. Coming alongside her fans, Danielle describes her painstaking journey—from her symptoms to diagnosis, frustration and confusion with medical protocol, and eventual discovery and empowerment in the healing power of food.
Ron Beers, Tyndale’s senior VP and publisher of Tyndale Books, said, “As someone who has lived on Danielle’s recipes over the past few years, I am all in on this book. Danielle’s story will provide inspiration and freedom to the millions of us who either need to or want to eat differently in order to feel better and live healthier. And even more, it will literally save the lives of people who are experiencing physical ailments and don’t realize that the food they eat might be the cause. This will be an important and revolutionary book that we are proud to publish.”
Additionally, Jan Long Harris, executive publisher of Tyndale Momentum, shared, “Health and wellness are an increasingly important emphasis for Tyndale Momentum, and we could not be more excited to be working with one of the most respected voices in the healthy, grain-free, gluten-free eating movement. Danielle’s courageous and faith-filled journey will inspire and inform many others who are considering ‘going against the grain’ for a healthier life.”
The book is scheduled to release in March 2021 and will be supported by a significant marketing budget as well as a national media tour.
Danielle Walker is the beloved author of three New York Times bestselling cookbooks—Against All Grain, Meals Made Simple, and Celebrations, which MindyBodyGreen named one of the five best gluten-free cookbooks ever published—and the voice behind one of the most popular grain-free blogs on the Internet, Against All Grain. Her most recent cookbook, Eat What You Love, released in December 2018. After being diagnosed with an autoimmune disease and suffering for many years, Danielle found health through dietary changes. She has become a beacon of hope in the autoimmune world and has been a leader in the paleo and gluten-free movement for nearly ten years, showing how food can nourish and heal our bodies. Danielle is a repeat guest on Today, The Doctors, Fox News, Access Hollywood, Hallmark’s Home & Family, and many other syndicated shows. Her work has been featured in People, O: The Oprah Magazine, USA Today, Shape, Women’s Health, Parents, and Fitness, among others.
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Food Saved Me by Danielle Walker
March 2021 release
Tyndale House Publishers, founded in 1962, is one of the largest privately held Christian publishers of books, Bibles, and digital media in the world. Tyndale Momentum, Tyndale’s nonfiction imprint, is the publisher of many New York Times bestsellers and is known for integrity in building lasting personal relationships with authors and agents. Tyndale extends the ministry of its authors by contributing most of its profits to the nonprofit Tyndale House Foundation, which makes grants to help meet the physical and spiritual needs of people around the world. Originally founded to publish The Living Bible, a contemporary paraphrase of the Bible that became a global publishing phenomenon, Tyndale now publishes the Holy Bible, New Living Translation (NLT), the translation of choice for millions of people.