The Paleo-Ketogenic Cookbook, by Dr Sarah Myhill

Dr Myhill’s latest book arrived in the mail ​this week! It’s a Paleo-ketogenic cookbook called “The PK Cookbook – Go Paleo-Keto and get the best of both worlds“. I managed to get a copy on early release and love what I’ve seen so far.

Couldn’t Put It Down

I’ve been so excited to get this book and have already gone through the whole book, highlighting and sticking post-it notes all over the place! ​I like all the information I’ve seen, explanations about both the Paleo and the Keto ways of eating and why they would benefit us.

There are lots of charts, lists and scientific explanations sprinkled throughout the book as well as some jokes and quotes. Dr Myhill’s personality comes through in her writing and makes her books fun to read. 

But I Have Brain Fog, I Can’t Figure Out A Whole New Diet!

Of course if you have too much brain fog, you can just skip those technical chapters and go straight for the recipes and shopping lists. It’s all been broken down into easy to follow instructions, right down to what words to use in your online search for the products used! Easy.

About The Book


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Dr. Sarah Myhill​Hammersmith Books Limited​Diet / Preventative Medicine​168Kindle / Paperback

​August 201​7

​This book is geared towards a UK audience, so shopping lists and ingredients might be harder to come by in other countries. Also, there are no coloured photographs or glossy pages in this book, just the good stuff, the stuff that matters.

What’s In The PK Cookbook?

There is a section for those who have difficulty cooking or preparing meals. Weekly meal plans and shopping lists. Herb and spice pairing lists as well as green, amber and red food lists based on carb content to help you stay in ketosis easily.

There are recipes for starters, soups, salads, meat dishes and sides. There are even recipes on fermenting your own foods and making dairy alternatives!

Read The First Chapter – FREE!

The first chapter of this fantastic book is now available for free.Click here to take a sneaky peek!

Dr Myhill Knows Her Patients’ Needs

The main focus is on keeping things simple and easy to handle. Dr Myhill knows her patients aren’t the most active or energetic and this is reflected in the recipes and meal plans.

There’s also some helpful info on supplements as well as clear explanations (and diagrams) about different types of fats and what makes some better than others.

There’s just so much great info in this book!

My Opinion On The PK Cookbook

I highly recommend this book for anybody wishing to start out on a clean eating, paleo-ketogenic way of life.

I think this book is especially good for those with chronic illness, as Dr Myhill and co-author Craig Robinson have gone to great lengths to make this way of life accessible even to those of us who have trouble focusing and reading and for those who do not have the strength to cook.

Click here to order your copy of The PK Cookbook from Amazon.

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Char was born and raised in South Africa, but has been settled in Europe for over 20 years. She's passionate about finding ways to live well, despite chronic illness.

Apart from blogging, she enjoys art, cooking, reading, gardening, gaming and learning new things. She speaks English, Italian and Afrikaans fluently and is slowly learning French too.

She used to be a teacher, but has been housebound with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis since 2015. Since then, she's focused on spending the little energy and strength she has each day on the people and activities she loves. Finding joy in the little things and celebrating the ordinary.

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