Get the Book

flavonoids pic editedWe’re almost there.  “How to Create Your Plantastic Kitchen®” will be launching soon in digital format. Think of it as your clove-scented fire extinguisher to extinguish the underlying inflammation that causes modern disease.  

You’ll get

  • Plantastic Superstars–How to Choose and Use Them
  • Easy to Recall Tips, like the Red Radish Rule for Combining Crucifers, to help you Create Your Plantastic Kitchen® and
  • Simple Recipes– Dill-ish-ish Pesto, Broccoli Puttanesca, Good Mornin’ Dahl 

along with some entertaining science on why you want to embrace a brand new way of greeting the day.   

Should you cook onions or eat them raw? How do onions compare to other alliums –to garlic, leeks, shallots? And why is this the #1 Step in Your Plantastic Kitchen®

 “Attack Alliums First!”?  If you must know now, then read this. 

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 artwork courtesy of Montreal’s  Peggy Ann Turner

14 thoughts on “Get the Book

  1. Loved your video on salmon preparation pointing out the all important fat in fresh and canned salmon, as well as the following recipe. I am always looking or simple, healthful recipes

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  2. Definitely interested in the e-book. I’m looking for simple healthy recipes. Trying to help my cancer diagnosed husband eat and change my eating permanently.

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  3. Keen to see your recipes, I am looking to fight an autoimmune disease which causes inflammation, I think your food theories are applicable to more than just cancer.

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  4. I was diagnosed with GCT ovarian cancer two months ago. I want to change my diet, but is not easy because some vegetables and fruits has estrogen so I don’t know if they are good or not. Is there a special diet and supplements for this type of cancer?
    I definitely want the e-book

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  5. Discovered this site comparing limes vs lemons because I am suffering with severe inflammation. Discovered more information I wasn’t aware of otherwise. Now I will look for the book. Thank You for the site.

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  6. Found this site after many research on the internet. I really need a better diet plan for my mother who has recurrent ovarian 3C. Just to let you I’m currently looking at your blogs from S. Korea. I would love to have access to your book, since there are so limited information here.

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    • Thank you for your interest. I suggest focusing on a plant-based diet–beans, nuts and seeds, a little whole grain, berries and lots of vegetables. Stick to low protein, low sugar and carbs, low fat (because ovarian cancer cells like fat).

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