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The Doctor's Kitchen - Eat to Beat Illness Paperback – March 21, 2019
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I suffer from an inflammatory condition and the hope is that some of the recipes, observations and information in this book will help me better manage things.
I do subscribe to the school of thought that many illnesses are caused by the excesses of modern life and that simple changes in lifestyle can have a positive effect on your physical and mental well-being.
This isn't a mumbo jumbo diet plan, and having listened to the author's excellent series of podcasts and read his previous book, I pre-ordered this book months prior to release.
If you feel (like I did) that the years of excess and lack of exercise are starting to take their toll on your health, then this book might just help to put you back on track.
Definitely worth a read.
The book itself looks good. Great pictures and good quality. However, I didn’t quite realise how many pages were dedicated to the science behind the recipes. There were around 113 pages which I personally thought was too much.
I flicked through the recipes and noted that around 90% were vegetarian. Some of the main meals I would class as a side dish.
The good thing about the recipes, was that a lot of the same ingredients featured in the majority. Therefore, it wouldn’t require lots of shopping once you had the ingredients in your store cupboard.
Sadly I decided this book wasn’t for me and sent it back. It would suit somebody who is catering for a vegan/vegetarian and is into the science behind the food.
The recipes are new and not a rehash of his first book. I have tried a few so far and they all work and taste delicious. They are easy to follow and not in the least bit fiddly. He encourages you to move towards a more plant-based way of eating and even for those devoted carnivores they are appealing enough that you could serve a lot of them along side a much reduced portion of meat. I would recommend this book for anyone looking to improve their way of eating based on up to date research and at the same time eat tasting food.
Had to give it 4 stars though - it looks like a fabulous book, and I can't wait to read it. Looks like it's even surpassed the previous one. There's a lot of information about how to eat for various health conditions, followed by supporting recipes. As Dr Rupy has studied nutrition, I have quite a lot of confidence that he knows what he's talking about, and that his advice is based on university research.
Contrary to what some people say, I don't find his recipes very quick or easy to prepare - I'm not as young as I once was. But they're well worth the effort! The recipes I tried in the last book were a taste sensation.
I work through a lot of cookery books in preparation for my live cookery demos and my YouTube channel, Fionas Food for Life - Cook Eat Nourish and I have been inspired by this one! Above is a photo of the lentil salad I made from pg 147, I also recommend Spring asparagus with scallops p 133 and spanish chickpea stew on p 170, and cajun salmon p 175
I wasn't looking for books while in Amazon it just seem to jump out at me I ordered both his books and glad I did.