Arthritis - Marguerite Patten, O.B.E.

Arthritis

By Marguerite Patten, O.B.E.

  • Release Date: 2013-02-28
  • Genre: Special Diet

Description

The bestselling guide to beating arthritis through nutrition. With over 60 delicious recipes from cook Marguerite Patten, who completely eased her own painful arthritic symptoms through diet, and a comprehensive self-treatment plan from nutritionist Jeannette Ewin.

Marguerite Patten suffered from crippling arthritis, but was completely eased of her painful symptoms after following Giraud Campbell’s original classic arthritis diet, The New Doctor’s Proven Home Cure for Arthritis.

However, as a cook she found the recipes impractical and often unpalatable- so she set about creating a whole new set of easy to prepare, good to eat, arthritis-beating recipes.

The 60 delicious recipes are accompanied by a nutritional plan devised by Harvard medical School trained nutrition expert and author Jeannette Ewin

Reviews

• “All in all this book is compelling, readable, practical and workable. I recommend it highly.” Suzannah Oliver in ‘Positive Health’, November 2001
• ‘I was given your book for my 89th birthday… I have followed your advice and now 4 months later I have given up painkillers. It is truly wonderful to be free from pain and go about my household duties, my garden and daily walks with pleasure again. It’s a joy to get out of bed. My heartfelt thanks to God and you who have brought about this miracle. If only more people would believe in you both.’
Mrs Mary Cope

About the author

MARGUERITE PATTEN, OBE, is the nation’s favourite older cook. She’s the Vera Lynn of the kitchen – full of energy, charm, with and warmth. She is currently enjoying renewed exposure with Grub Street’s Marguerite Patten’s Century of British Cooking, and Hamlyn/Octopus’s cult cookbook, Spam.
JEANNETTE EWIN, Ph.D is an excellent author and nutritionist , with a Harvard Medical School background. She has recently completed an extremely well reviewed biography of the nutrition scientist, Sinclair, for OUP