Great Tasting, Inexpensive, Plant-Based Recipes

  • Increase energy and boost immunity with fresh fruits, vegetables and wholesome grains
  • Easy to make meals, locally-sourced from your grocery or health food store
  • Plant-based does not mean salads! Recipes to expand your pallet, stimulate your senses and restore vitality to your body.
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Your food should be your medicine; your medicine should be your food.
- Hippocrates

Truer words have never been said in the understanding of how important our diet is in preventing and overcoming disease.

Dis-ease occurs because we are out of balance for a prolonged period of time. We are literally with out ease.

In my extraordinary journey fighting cancer, the one thing that kept me alive and strong enough to fight another day, were the gifts that God's messengers, healers and herbalists, doctors and believers, gave me in the form of special Meals that Heal.

I collected these special meals in my bulging notebooks and on scraps of paper all these years, passing them out to others I met along the way who were also on their own personal journey of recovery.

The demands of life today are starkly different from those of our parents and grandparents. Most of us rush through our day, eating breakfast on the run, lunch at our desk and if we do stop and sit down for dinner, the food is often take-out, fast food, or pre-packaged processed foods. No wonder we have an epidemic of diseases!

When you use the Meals that Heal Recipe Book, you'll notice all you need are simple fresh fruits, vegetables, and grains available at any grocery or health food store.

With our recipes you'll hone your cooking skills and learn to increase vitality in your life by delivering the vital nutrients our bodies desperately need to heal, restore, and efficiently energize our day to day life!

The recipes and messages of the healing power of foods are available to you to start using for tonight's first dinner starting the rest of your healthy lives. They are simple to make and can be stored in the refrigerator or freeze to reheat when needed.