Tuesday, December 27, 2011

FREE Book Give Away!

Dr. Gillian McKeith's beautiful full-color book, You Are What You Eat, is a treasure-trove of food and herb formulas to help you beautify hair and nails, get rid of those bags under your eyes, rev up your libido, safely de-tox, resolve leg cramps, and much more! To be entered in a drawing for your own free copy please comment on:
  • What you like (or don't like) about Kitchen of Health
  • What you types of articles and recipes you would like to see on Kitchen of Health
A winner will be chosen at random on Monday, Jan. 2, 2012.

Dr. McKeith is known for her ability to turn around even the very worst eaters. Her book includes a food IQ test and a 7-day Jumpstart Plan. In addition, you can learn from her:
  • Which proteins, carbs and fats are bad and why
  • How the appearance of your tongue identifies problem areas in your diet
  • What dandruff, chipped nails, dark circles under the eyes, pimply arms, varicose veins, cracked heels, and oozing earwax reveal about what you are eating
  • How to identify problems with food by looking at your stools
  • What pimples are telling you about your organs and how diet can  affect them
  • How to switch to a diet of abundance
  • Which foods are "Nasties" and how to get rid of them
  • What to do about the top 5 "Bummers:" weight problems, tiredness, digestive disorders, PMS & hormonal issues, and stress.
  • How to boost your immune system
Don't delay! Comment today for your chance to win!
To your health and happiness,


  1. I'd love this book. 2012 is all about health for me!!

  2. Hailey, I like your blog because it's like sitting down with a friend and chatting about health. With the things you share from info to foods you've made, it's like sitting across the table from you sharing morsels of great information!

    I'd love to see you continue sharing new foods or recipes you've tried-even if they weren't that great! Sometimes even when we try a recipie and it's not so tasty, it helps others to tweak it when they make it!

    Keep up the great work on the blog, I look forward to reading along with my subscription dropped into my mail box! I'm also a new follower!


  3. I love getting the posts via email from Kitchen to Health! Your tips and articles are keeping me focus during this holiday season. I lost 65 pounds this year following the Eat to Live program. And I so need as much strength to get through these festive parties and potlucks.

    Your articles are so helpful especially the one where you wrote "Success or Failure". That hit me right on the spot!

    Keep up your good work and I, too, look forward to your posts!

  4. I really like that you give information on how to remain plant-based with hints on substitutions and easy to fix snacks.

    I'd like to see the recipes reflect what part or parts of the recipe can be made ahead. I often run out of time and steam at the end of the day, and if there are some parts of a great dinner that can be ready to put together quickly waiting for me, I'm more likely to have a nutritious meal! Thanks for providing another voice to help me stay committed to plant-based eating!


  5. True that's why its important that we should eat what is good to are health. We need to avoid such like junk food. Because bad habit can seen in what we are now even not today but in the future you can seen and feel it.

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