- More than 50 million Americans, including 300,000 children, are battling arthritis
- Arthritis is the number one cause of disability in the United States
- One in three people with arthritis has difficulty performing daily tasks, including cooking a homemade meal
The right food can make a difference
For Chef Seamus Mullen, food became not only a professional passion, but a way to improve his own health and wellness to overcome rheumatoid arthritis.
This formed the basis of his first book, Hero Food: How Cooking with Delicious Things Can Make Us Feel Better, released in 2012. Through diet, exercise and lifestyle changes, Seamus has since regained his health, and against the odds, has sent his RA into complete remission. These three recipes are featured in Chef Mullen’s book.
Chilled Carrot Soup with Yogurt and Tarragon
Steamed Corn with Clams and Bacon
Blackberry and Almond Crumble
Le Creuset will donate $1 for every recipe download during May!
Le Creuset Revolution® tools are designed with comfort and performance in mind, ultimately instilling confidence and comfort in the kitchen.
Our handles received the Arthritis Foundation’s Ease of Use commendation for ergonomic design, and we support their efforts to make cooking and other daily tasks more accessible.
Funds raised in partnership with Le Creuset and Chef Mullen support Arthritis Foundation efforts to fund cutting-edge research, fight to ensure people have access to medications and treatments, serve as the voice of people with arthritis, lead efforts to personalize medical treatments, and advocate for pediatric rheumatologists.
*Le Creuset will donate $1 to the Arthritis Foundation per recipe downloaded from this landing page during May 2014, subject to a minimum donation of $2,000 up to a maximum of $5,000. For more information, visit arthritis.org.