What is the PK diet? Why should we all be eating a PK diet? PK meals for those challenged by energy, time and/or inclination; PK bread; PK dairy products; PK breakfasts; PK lunches and suppers (starters and main courses); PK salads; Lard, dripping and fat; Sweetners; Herbs and spices; Fermented foods; Sunshine salt; PK water. Good fats and bad fats; Essential equipment for the PK kitchen; Carb values for vegetables, salads, fruits, berries, nuts and seeds; Nutritional supplements for the PK diet
Dr Sarah Myhill qualified in medicine (with Honours) from Middlesex Hospital Medical School in 1981and has since focused tirelessly on identifying and treating the underlying causes of health problems, especially the 'diseases of civilisation' with which we are beset in the West. She has worked in NHS and private practice and for 17 years was the Hon Secretary of the British Society for Ecological Medicine, which focuses on the causes of disease and treating through diet, supplements and avoiding toxic stress. She helps to run and lectures at the Society's training courses and also lectures regularly on organophosphate poisoning, the problems of silicone, and chronic fatigue syndrome. Visit her website at www.drmyhill.co.ukCraig Robinson took a first in Mathematics at Oxford University in 1985. He then joined Price Waterhouse and qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1988, after which he worked as a lecturer in the private sector, and also in The City of London, primarily in Financial Sector Regulation roles. Craig first met Sarah in 2001, as a patient for the treatment of his CFS, and since then they have developed a professional working relationship, where he helps with the maintenance of www.drmyhill.co.uk, the moderating of Dr Myhill's Facebook groups and other ad hoc projects, as well as with the editing and writing of her books.