Dr. John's Healing Psoriasis Cookbook
John Pagano, Healing Psoriasis Cook Book
Dr. Pagano and his staff have worked with talented professional cooks in creating this special book with one primary objective in mind: to make life easier for the psoriatic, eczema, and psoriatic arthritic patient through the careful selection and preparation of the right foods. 

This cookbook contains over 300 recipes and 300 pages of vital information, including several case histories. 


MORE THAN JUST A COOKBOOK, it contains, in order of appearance:
  • Basic Principles behind the regimen. Building a Foundation with lists of foods that are to be consumed or avoided, etc.
  • Photographic Portfolio, 16 pages, showing remarkable results obtained on several patients who followed the regimen, especially in regards to food selection.
  • Over 300 kitchen-tested recipes that include: Soups & Salads, Fish, Fowl, Lamb, Vegetarian, Side Dishes, Desserts, Beverages and a 14-Day Sample Menu plan.
  • Eye on Nutrition - latest facts and figures for all nutrition minded people.
  • Customer and Patient reviews, Index, and much more!
Dr. Pagano has found that it is not unusual for the entire family of a patient to follow the diet with equal satisfaction after having done so. The loss of unwanted extra pounds and revitalization of their entire system are among the health benefits often experienced by those who follow the regimen.  

"Dr. John's Healing Psoriasis Cookbook is a godsend for anyone
suffering from psoriasis or eczema."                                                                  
-James Ferlisi, M.D.,
Concord, Ontario, Canada


[Note: Following this dietary regimen does not constitute a guarantee of successful results. It has, however, been found to be very effective in the vast majority of Dr. Pagano's patients when they follow through for an adequate period of time. There is no substitute for time, patience and determination. Check with your health care professional before embarking on this or any other new dietary program. There may be contraindications or alterations that may have to be taken into consideration before beginning the program.]