Author of Two Amazon #1 Best Selling Cookbooks

About Chef Ariane

Ariane Resnick is a special diet chef and certified nutritionist who develops accessible, organic farm-to-table recipes and creates indulgent, seemingly “normal” food out of impeccably clean, whole food ingredients. She has cooked for celebrities that include P!nk, Gwyneth Paltrow, Chris Martin, World Cup winner Vincent Kompany, “The Game” author Neil Strauss, and “Full House / Fuller House” creator/producer Jeff Franklin. Ariane has been featured in media such as Cosmopolitan, CBS’ The Doctors, ABC News, Forbes, Shape, Star, Huffington Post, Refinery 29, Men’s Fitness, and Food Network’s “Chopped.” Ariane writes wellness, nutrition, and recipe articles for sites such as Livestrong and Beachbody. She is also a survivor of late stage Lyme Disease and chemical poisoning, and recovered holistically from both. When not crafting dishes to accommodate just about any dietary restriction, Resnick consults clients and chefs on wellness, nutrition, and provides hands-on instruction for simple ways to cook more healthfully. Her first book, “The Bone Broth Miracle,” was released in May, 2015, and is an Amazon #1 best seller. Her second book, “The Thinking Girl’s Guide to Drinking,” was released November 1, 2016 by Regan Arts, and is also an Amazon #1 best seller.


Comments

  • Jennifer Derman
    Feb 26, 2014 at 7:49 am Reply

    Can you please add me to your email list?

    Thank you!

    Jennifer

    jennymara@aol.com

    1. Ariane
      Feb 26, 2014 at 10:11 am Reply

      Hi Jennifer! I don’t currently have a mailing list. The icons on the top of my page will send you to my twitter, instagram, etc., if you’d like to follow me online. Thanks so much!

      1. Ariane
        May 29, 2014 at 9:07 am Reply

        Hi again Jennifer, there is now a newsletter sign up form on my homepage.

  • Kelly
    Jun 8, 2014 at 4:23 pm Reply

    Could you tell me where I can find your blogs on how you healed your lyme disease with food? I have been suffering from lyme and co-infections for the past 4 years. Much appreciated.

    1. Ariane
      Jun 8, 2014 at 4:56 pm Reply

      Hi Kelly,
      I detail my entire Lyme protocol in the below blog, and it is FAR more than just food. That was tricky editing, and not a sentence I ever said. http://arianecooks.com/get-well-soon-my-cld-protocols/
      If you’d like to speak at length about an alternative treatment plan that might work for you, I do one-hour Skype consults regularly for both Lyme management and nutrition (I’m a certified nutritionist). Please email me directly at Ariane@ArianeCooks.com, and best of luck in your recovery. My own Lyme was late stage neurological, not acute, and I have counseled many others with chronic Lyme.

  • David
    Oct 3, 2014 at 6:45 pm Reply

    Hello Ariane: I discovered you while watching the show called Chopped last night. I love cooking shows and love to cook but rarely cook anymore. My diet goes from creating my own juices, being vegan (at times), eating meat (at times) and eating fast food (at times). I found you and your story to be very inspiring. Do you have a cook book? I thought I heard you say on the show that you heal your ailments while eating a lot of avocados and drinking camel milk which costs $16 per pint online. Is that price reasonable? Does it matter if fresh or frozen? I am HIV+ and undetectable. I have been ingesting various medications daily since 1989. Whilst i know you are not a physician and I don’t hold you accountable for anything, i am merely asking what one should consider eating and drinking daily if they were a “healthy” HIV+ person. I would consider flying to you one of your classes if it is financially feasible. I have always thought eating healthy was too expensive. Ultimately, it is too expensive not to.

    1. Ariane
      Oct 3, 2014 at 8:44 pm Reply

      Hi David,
      Thank you for your comment and congrats on keeping your health in check while HIV+ for so long!
      Chopped contained a LOT of interesting editing: I did heal both of my illnesses naturally, but with a wide array of natural modalities in addition to food. In terms of camel milk, it is very hard to find fresh– frozen is great. $16 a pint is the Camel Milk Association price, and the taste is tolerable. Another company, called Dessert Farms, is $18 a pint, and somehow theirs is much sweeter tasting. It’s available online too. The immune boosting properties of the milk were incredibly beneficial for me and I recommend it to anyone I work with who is looking to strengthen their immune system. It has been used to heal everything from diabetes to autism. Though I’ve heard of it being used for HIV, I don’t personally know anyone who has.
      I don’t yet have a cook book (though I do have a proposal in the works with publishers), so thus far my recipes are just what are available on my blog. I teach private classes and also travel to clients– usually NYC– for culinary lessons. I create base recipes that we make together so you learn new techniques and can vary the dishes endlessly. That method leaves people empowered to make many more items than just the ones we cook together. I also work with any skill level and dietary restrictions, of course.
      Very best to you and I am proud to be an inspiration!

  • Rich Stark
    Oct 16, 2014 at 6:28 am Reply

    Ariane.
    Chopped was good exposure although they didnt do you justice. Your message did come across and that was important to those of us trying to heal.
    Kudos to you on your talent and the fact that you continue to educate yourself and others.
    Inspired this vegan to try new things and stay positive .

    1. Ariane
      Oct 21, 2014 at 1:57 pm Reply

      Thank you very much, Rich, for your kind message!
      I’m amazed, every time the episode airs, at the amount of people who were able to see through the editing and understand that my character as a human is far different than the creation I was edited into. I greatly appreciate you being able to see that, and wish you the best on your health journey.

  • Colleen
    Dec 25, 2014 at 8:54 am Reply

    How did you become a certified nutritionist?

    1. Ariane
      Jan 8, 2015 at 10:45 pm Reply

      Hi Colleen, I became a nutritionist by taking a course and obtaining the credential.

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