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Hippocrates himself wrote that food is medicine. Today, natural-health expert Dr. Joseph Mercola and top Australian chef Pete Evans share the firm belief that food can be a tool to reshape our health. Now they’ve joined forces to put this tool in readers’ hands in an illustrated guide to eating the ketogenic way.Drawing on Dr. Mercola’s expertise and visionary work in natu Hippocrates himself wrote that food is medicine. Today, natural-health expert Dr. Joseph Mercola and top Australian chef Pete Evans share the firm belief that food can be a tool to reshape our health. Now they’ve joined forces to put this tool in readers’ hands in an illustrated guide to eating the ketogenic way.Drawing on Dr. Mercola’s expertise and visionary work in natural medicine, and Evans’s experience as an award-winning restaurateur, cookbook author, and TV chef, this book offers: a “Health 101” course that covers metabolism, digestion, gut health, diabetes, and more guidance for a healthy lifestyle, from fitness, sleep, and stress relief to stocking a ketogenic kitchen 100 delicious recipes aligned with both ketogenic and Paleo principles Juices, soups, salads, meals, and snacks—all the recipes include complete nutrition facts, and all are illustrated with gorgeous full-color photographs shot in Pete Evans’s own studio.


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Hippocrates himself wrote that food is medicine. Today, natural-health expert Dr. Joseph Mercola and top Australian chef Pete Evans share the firm belief that food can be a tool to reshape our health. Now they’ve joined forces to put this tool in readers’ hands in an illustrated guide to eating the ketogenic way.Drawing on Dr. Mercola’s expertise and visionary work in natu Hippocrates himself wrote that food is medicine. Today, natural-health expert Dr. Joseph Mercola and top Australian chef Pete Evans share the firm belief that food can be a tool to reshape our health. Now they’ve joined forces to put this tool in readers’ hands in an illustrated guide to eating the ketogenic way.Drawing on Dr. Mercola’s expertise and visionary work in natural medicine, and Evans’s experience as an award-winning restaurateur, cookbook author, and TV chef, this book offers: a “Health 101” course that covers metabolism, digestion, gut health, diabetes, and more guidance for a healthy lifestyle, from fitness, sleep, and stress relief to stocking a ketogenic kitchen 100 delicious recipes aligned with both ketogenic and Paleo principles Juices, soups, salads, meals, and snacks—all the recipes include complete nutrition facts, and all are illustrated with gorgeous full-color photographs shot in Pete Evans’s own studio.

30 review for The Fat for Fuel Cookbook: Recipes and Ketogenic Keys to Health from a World-Class Doctor and Chef

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jenny

    Good recipes, but a number of proprietary products to buy as ingredients. Decent inspiration, though.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jo

    Good book but too many meat focused recipes.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Cari Zusammen

    This guy clearly has no idea what a keto diet means. Almost all of his recipes included honey or carrots. He must have run out of good ideas because he actually put as a recipe water with lemon and salt... and then actually wrote a recipe for it. There was no nutritional info for any of the recipes so you are flying blind when keeping track of your macros. He also wrote two chapters before the actual recipes where he tells you to only eat organic and don't drinks three types of water... florinat This guy clearly has no idea what a keto diet means. Almost all of his recipes included honey or carrots. He must have run out of good ideas because he actually put as a recipe water with lemon and salt... and then actually wrote a recipe for it. There was no nutritional info for any of the recipes so you are flying blind when keeping track of your macros. He also wrote two chapters before the actual recipes where he tells you to only eat organic and don't drinks three types of water... florinated, distilled, and bottled. That basically leaves well water, which, sorry guy, not everyone has access to. I am glad I got this from the library instead of spending good money in it.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Shirley

    I actually like that this book doesn't have calories and nutrients listed for every recipe. All the recipes avoid empty calories, the number of servings per recipe is always given and the resulting serving sizes are conservative enough. It's refreshing to not be focused on counting every single thing that can be counted. Instead, you just enjoy eating good food. I actually like that this book doesn't have calories and nutrients listed for every recipe. All the recipes avoid empty calories, the number of servings per recipe is always given and the resulting serving sizes are conservative enough. It's refreshing to not be focused on counting every single thing that can be counted. Instead, you just enjoy eating good food.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Stacy Brown

    Almost 40% of this book is explanation of the science behind keto. It was informative, but made me wonder when we were going to get to the recipes. I'm a fairly accomplished home cook, but most of these recipes are complex in either ingredients or technique, not what I was hoping for, although it did provide some inspiration. Almost 40% of this book is explanation of the science behind keto. It was informative, but made me wonder when we were going to get to the recipes. I'm a fairly accomplished home cook, but most of these recipes are complex in either ingredients or technique, not what I was hoping for, although it did provide some inspiration.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Lacy Zusammen

    The author doesn't understand what a ketogenic diet is. It is a low-carb cookbook, but definitely not in line for what people who eat keto can eat. Also, the author spouts a lot of unproven and disproven conspiracy theories about food and "toxins". I've read a lot of keto books and recipes and would never recommend this one. But the pictures are pretty. The author doesn't understand what a ketogenic diet is. It is a low-carb cookbook, but definitely not in line for what people who eat keto can eat. Also, the author spouts a lot of unproven and disproven conspiracy theories about food and "toxins". I've read a lot of keto books and recipes and would never recommend this one. But the pictures are pretty.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Cynthia Nicola

    I would have like this more if the recipes would have given nutrition info instead of telling me to plug ingredients into an app.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Cherise

    Some sources are cited, but not every source for every health claim that is made in this book. I wish the recipes contained nutritional information.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Annie Kuhn

    What no nutritional counts? I liked the fermentation recipes. Unfortunately the recipes don’t include carb, and protein count per serving, nor what actually constitutes a serving.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Trish

    This is a very restrictive diet.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Carrisa

    First off, I'm not on a Ketogenic diet, I just liked how the recipes sounded. So I skipped the first part of the book which covers the Ketogenic keys to health, and went straight to part two, which covers the delicious looking recipes. Recipes I've tried: Fennel, Watercress, and Herb Salad with Shallot Dressing (pg 136). However, instead of watercress, I used arugula. Loved the herbs in the salad (it really make the salad pop), the dressing was delicious with the addition of the shallot. I'm not First off, I'm not on a Ketogenic diet, I just liked how the recipes sounded. So I skipped the first part of the book which covers the Ketogenic keys to health, and went straight to part two, which covers the delicious looking recipes. Recipes I've tried: Fennel, Watercress, and Herb Salad with Shallot Dressing (pg 136). However, instead of watercress, I used arugula. Loved the herbs in the salad (it really make the salad pop), the dressing was delicious with the addition of the shallot. I'm not super huge on the anise-like flavour (or licorice-like flavour) of fennel bulb, but this salad with good, the next day however the anise-like flavour was gone and it was great. So next time I make it, I'll slice the fennel bulb the day before. Also, I had to double the salad dressing because there simply wasn't enough. Iceberg Wedge Salad with Bacon and Egg (pg 140) Oh man, this was a delicious salad! I used four pieces of peppered bacon (from Whole Foods), and I had to again double the salad dressing recipe (starting to be a theme here...).

  12. 4 out of 5

    Leslie Baron

  13. 4 out of 5

    Rene

  14. 5 out of 5

    Michaelkindregan

  15. 5 out of 5

    Nicolette

  16. 4 out of 5

    Vanessa Nodes

  17. 4 out of 5

    Sydney Drinkwater

  18. 4 out of 5

    Mona Nakajo, M.D.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Tobie

  20. 5 out of 5

    Leah M. McLaren

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    Gloria Zared

  22. 4 out of 5

    Noah Bratzel

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    Jason Zielonka

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    Jillian Stanton

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    Terry McBride

  27. 5 out of 5

    Claudia Zeisberger

  28. 5 out of 5

    Irina

  29. 4 out of 5

    Shari

  30. 4 out of 5

    Carol Bryant

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