Perfect Health Diet (Signed Copy) Giveaway!

UPDATE: Congratulations to Heather M., who won the giveaway!

Today I’m taking a break from my regularly scheduled recipe to host another giveaway. I feel like Father Christmas – two giveaways in one month! Don’t worry though, I will still be posting a recipe this week (on Thursday). And it’s a doozy.

The new edition of Perfect Health Diet comes out today, and I’m proud to say that I’m teaming up with Paul and Shou-Ching Jaminet to host a giveaway: a signed copy of their new book! The Perfect Health Diet is the template I use to guide my own dietary habits, and it’s quite a coincidence that this book is coming out on the same week as my two-year anniversary of switching my own diet.

The Perfect Health Diet is a simple and thoughtful approach to eating, which could probably be summed up as 3/4 vegetables and safe starches, and 1/4 meats, with healthy fats and acids to taste. The diet avoids the same foods as a Paleo diet (cereal grains, legumes, added sugar, grain-derived oils) with the exception of white rice, which is considered a safe starch.

Here’s how to enter the giveaway (first one is required, second is optional):

1. Sign up for the Perfect Health Diet RSS feed and leave a comment on this post letting me know you did it. If you don’t use RSS feeds, you can “like” the PHD FB page or follow Paul on Twitter instead.
2. Sign up for my newsletter (on the right sidebar of this page) and leave a comment on this post letting me know you did it.

If you do both options, I’ll give you two entries into the giveaway! You can tell me which options you did in one comment to save time. The giveaway ends midnight Saturday, December 15th (EST), and I will select a winner using a random number generator on Sunday. Good luck!

Giveaway not restricted to US residents – international entrants are welcome!
Giveaway graphic by Alex Boake Illustration.

70 thoughts on “Perfect Health Diet (Signed Copy) Giveaway!

  1. I’ve liked & Followed PHD on Facebook and twitter, as well as you! Also about to check my RSS reader to make sure Paul’s in there if he isn’t already!

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  2. I’ve followed Paul on Twitter & signed up for your newsletter. Especially like your gardening posts (and the helpful comments your readers have left on them).

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  3. I followed Paul on twitter. You’re already in my RSS feed, and now I’m getting your newsletter as well! Your recipes are great and I would love to win this book!

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  4. Followed Paul on Twitter and signed up for your newsletter. You are already in my RSS feed, and I am trying to add Paul’s but there seems to be a problem with my computer/or me??? Greatly appreciate your recipes and the opportunity to win this book.

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  5. Hi, I’ve signed up for your newsletter and already liked PHD on Facebook. Love the first edition and follow the diet. Very happy with the Perfect Health Diet which I’ve been following for more than a year! Thanks!

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  6. Also signed up for your newsletter. Sorry for two separate posts, I didn’t realize you only wanted one until I after I posted the first.

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  7. Hi, I signed up to your Newsletter, am already following your RSS feed, and signed up for PHD RSS. This is so interesting – the idea of Rice being ok!

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  8. Liked and followed and subscribed! All ready for you to draw my name! Love your site and your recipes. I also love your story – very inspiring for a newly diagnosed Celiac! Thank you!

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  9. I liked the PHD FB page and signed up for your newsletter. I have been wanting to read that book, so it would be great. I also just found your BBQ sauce recipe and since I just received a 16 lbs of grass fed beef ribs this week I can’t wait to try it. Thanks!

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  10. Hi! I followed your newsletter and liked the Facebook page for the book. I also followed on Twitter, but I’m not trying to be greedy.

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  11. I liked the page and signed up for your newsletter. I can’t follow anymore on Twitter :>(
    It is good to know meat is not all of the diet. I am not a big meat eater but happy to add white rice in since I’m losing legumes. 2013 I would like to be healthy and happy again.

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