If you are on The Gonzalez Protocol® (or just want to start eating healthy) and you don’t actually know how or what to cook, The Gonzalez Protocol® Cookbook can be your companion guide in the kitchen.
My late husband, Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez, encouraged people to make their own meals from scratch because that is the only way you can know all the ingredients in your food and manage the food quality. Specifically, healthy food is made from high-quality ingredients that are organic, non-GMO, unpasteurized, pasture-raised and grass-fed.
Dr. Gonzalez believed that Food is Powerful Medicine and your body can heal if you know which foods are best for you (based on your Metabolic Type). Then there is another important step: how do you combine these foods that are best for you to make meals you actually want to eat? Well, now you can savor each bite as you save your life!
When we got married, Dr. Gonzalez taught me how to read food labels, where to shop for healthy ingredients, how to prepare easy healthy meals and how to store food properly. He taught me the importance of returning to the traditional foods of our ancestors to restore health. I share all this information in The Gonzalez Protocol® Cookbook so it can be your companion guide in the kitchen offering delicious recipes for your Gonzalez Metabolic Type: Sympathetic, Balanced or Parasympathetic.
For this cookbook, I collected recipes from Dr. Gonzalez, his mentor Dr. William Donald Kelley as well as friends and patients on The Gonzalez Protocol®.There are more than 150 recipes in total and more than 100 recipes for each metabolic type.
Recipes are organized by category: Beverages, Breakfasts, Appetizers, Salads and Cole Slaws, Salad Dressings and Sauces, Grains, Potatoes, Beans, Soups and Stews, Main Dishes – Beef, Organ Meats, Lamb, Poultry, Pork, Seafood, Vegetables and even Dessert!
This 246 page cookbook also offers advice about ingredient sourcing, a guide to culinary herbs and their medicinal effect and lists of everyday items to stock in your pantry and freezer to make meal prep easier.
Check this blog for regular nutritional advice and cooking tips.
By Mary Beth Gonzalez