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My Kitchen Cure: How I Cooked My Way Out of Chronic Autoimmune Disease with Whole Foods and Healing Recipes

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My Kitchen Cure is a book about overcoming chronic autoimmune disease, preventing cancer, and transcending a hereditary setup for a life of illness and a diminished existence. This book is about foods for healing, cooking for cures, and eating your way to wellness. My Kitchen Cure is also about recovering strength, regaining balance, reclaiming empowerment, and restoring ...more
Paperback, 388 pages
Published March 21st 2013 by Lee Mee Inc
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Jim Morris
This is going to have to be one of those rolling reviews that you add to as you go along. That's because I haven't finished the book yet. It's good enough that one has to read it in bite size chunks and think carefully about what one has read.
It's also the kind of book that drives publishers nuts, in that it doesn't drop easily into a genre in a bookstore. It's a memoir that's also a treatise on "real" food and it's also a cookbook. From a traditional publisher's marketing standpoint that's a ni
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Maria Paroussi
Nov 23, 2014 Maria Paroussi rated it it was ok
The 2** go to the two parts of the book that include information about health/nutrition, recipes and cooking tips. Many of these are good, although most of the information included is already known if you have read some of the original macrobiotics books that date many years ago. The first part of the book (the author's memoir) is badly written, babbling and full of details that reminded me American soap opera (the author's Gucci bag, the doctor who wore a pearl necklace, just to name a few ...more
Jacqueline
Jun 22, 2015 Jacqueline rated it liked it
I have celiac disease and fibromyalgia.
I am so frustrated with western medicine and the assembly line practice of specialists.
I have never been one to just sit back and take my medicine.
I want to know what it is, how it will affect my body and why I should take it. Then I make my own decision.
I was so happy to read this book as I feel that Mee Tracy McCormick is a kindred spirit.
It was affirming to read about how she recovered from Crohn's disease by learning about empowering herself and the pow
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Sandra Savell
Apr 08, 2015 Sandra Savell rated it liked it
The book had a lot of good content and tips. However, I'm discovering that what is a "good food" for one patient with Crohn's does not always work with another patient. 18 months after a bowel resection and the majority of foods with fiber, beans and red meat are still off the menu. Each patient needs to take what works for him or her and leave the rest.
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Mee is a momma, a wife, a grass-fed cattle rancher, a holistic farmer, a fashion stylist, a health-driven Autoimmune Cooking expert, TV cooking personality, food makeover consultant, a community food advocate and an author. Mee cooked her way out of her chronic autoimmune disease and in the process found space in her life to support a bio-dynamic garden on her farm. Mee is the author of My Kitchen ...more
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