by Tom J. Chalko MSc, PhD
Our diet today is based on a paradigm that we need certain amount of “calories” while maintaining the so-called “balanced diet”, defined statistically by means of recommended ratios between various food component groups such as proteins, carbohydrates, fats and vitamins.
Published cookbooks either adopt some of the above paradigms in their recipes or disregard all dietary principles altogether focusing on indulgence instead.
Why is this cookbook different?
To begin with - it is a food for thought…
In Mt Best Cookbook Dr Chalko challenges established dietary dogmas and paradigms and demonstrates that they all ignore the most important feature of human metabolism: individuality. Our organisms function individually, not statistically.
Dr Chalko explains why following the established dietary paradigms about “calories” and “balanced diet”, while disregarding limitations of the individual metabolism, leads to obesity, allergies and other chronic health conditions becoming so frequent in our society even among children and health practitioners.
International discoveries that inspired the dietary advice presented in this book have been clinically verified on some 38,000 people in 4 years prior to publication of Mt Best Cookbook. These people not only overcame their obesity and allergies, but also recovered from a multitude of chronic diseases that persisted for decades. These people suffered until they changed their diet.
Research leading to the dietary advice presented in Mt Best Cookbook has not been funded by any food industry and hence is free from commercial bias.
Mt Best Cookbook is the world’s first cookbook that
Mt Best Cookbook contains creative modifications of traditional meal recipes from around the globe that are thousands of years old and require minimum energy as well as minimum effort to prepare. Have you ever enjoyed eating bread that has no flour, no yeast and does not need baking?
Each and every recipe in Mt Best Cookbook contains a list of alternative ingredients that allows many meal variations, necessary for individualization of the diet and improving the efficiency of metabolism.
Mt Best Cookbook describes energy-efficient methods of preparing meals that minimize our footprint on the environment.
Proceeds from the sale of Mt Best Cookbook will be used to preserve, expand and restore the rainforest at Mt Best, Australia – one of the very few places on Earth where conditions for the temperate rainforest still exist.
The e-book version of Mt Best Cookbook is available free in several translations.