Delicious Medicine


Delicious Medicine: The Healing Power of Food A gorgeous cookbook with 24 Delicious Phyto Recipes for Radiant Health by Tina The Medicine Chef Martini, The Ageless Kitchen restaurant.

More than a cookbook, Tina offers unexpected insights and recipes to help reduce your risk of disease and improve overall wellness so you can enjoy life. We’ll look at ingredients and the way a Delicious Recipe is prepared, share its phyto-nutrient health benefits and healing power, as well as some handy hints to help make life more fun and efficient in the kitchen.

Affectionately referred to as The Walking Encyclopedia of Human Wellness, Fitness Coach, Strength Competitor and Powerlifting pioneer, Tina “The Medicine Chef” Martini is an internationally recognized Naturopathic Chef and star of the cooking show, Tina’s Ageless Kitchen. As Chef – Owner, at the Ageless Kitchen restaurant Tina’s cooking and lifestyle show has reached millions of food and fitness lovers all over the globe.

Over the last 30 years Tina has assisted celebrities, gold-medal athletes and over-scheduled executives naturally achieve radiant health using The Pyramid of Power: balancing Healthy Nutrition and the healing power of food, with Active Fitness and Body Alignment techniques.

Tina believes that maintaining balance in our diet, physical activity, and in our work and spiritual life is the key to our good health, happiness and overall well being.

Fifteen years later, I heard the word Phytonutrient for the first time and the puzzle pieces of my life fell together.

I understood from both ancient and modern medicine, that naturally occurring nutrients in plants give fruits, vegetables, grains and legumes their medicinal, disease-preventing, health enhancing properties.

Currently, working with those who have late stage cancer, advanced diabetes, cardiovascular and other illnesses, my clients are astounded at the ease and speed with which they are able to restore their radiant health.

Chefs, you may be asking yourself just what is Delicious Medicine? And, if it’s really medicine, how can it be delicious?

Well, for over 5000 years, scholars and physicians of all beliefs have been telling us that “food is medicine.” I just thought it was time we make it delicious, too.

My interest in medicinal nutrition began at the age of eight. I knew instinctively that if food is what grows us, then it’s also what heals us.

My first experience with “real food” began with my grandfather; not that my mother didn’t feed us real food - she did. But, the magic of the garden was the gift my grandfather gave to me and it has lasted a lifetime!

Pulling fresh carrots out of the dark, rich soil was a treat I looked forward too - even more than my mom’s homemade candies.

We would wash off the carrots and eat them, standing in the morning sun. I loved that peaceful feeling, and sweet, crisp taste. But more than anything, I loved the time spent with my Granddad

Given the right tools, our bodies can heal from even the most feared diseases.

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