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Mark Hyman to Release New Cookbook

IFM Board President of Clinical Affairs Mark Hyman, MD, is releasing a new cookbook entitled Food: What the Heck Should I Cook? The book focuses on a few key principles from the pegan (paleo/vegan) diet and helps readers learn how to create health by cooking with real whole foods.

Available on October 22, it features over 100 gluten-free, refined-sugar-free, nutrient-dense recipes—everything from breakfast, lunch, and dinner to snacks, sides, basics, and desserts. In addition to the recipes, Dr. Hyman shows step by step how to create a conscious kitchen that inspires nourishment, including how he chooses the ingredients he cooks with as well as the safest cooking tools.

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