Sound Food Publishing, was established in 2002 by Gwynn Palmer and Jeannine Dow when they decided to answer the public demand Gwynn was receiving for her tasty healthy recipes without dairy wheat or sugar and her cancer-fighting diet. The first two books of a healthy eating series are now available: Eat Well and Live! Body Repair Recipes and Having It All Without Dairy, Wheat or Sugar Recipes for Health.
About the Author
Gwynn Palmer has been a nutrition junkie and chef for over 50 years. She’s been on every food journey there is on the road to good health. Her cookbooks are full of nutritious recipes that are compiled from that journey.
Some years ago, Gwynn Palmer was diagnosed with cancer. When she and her husband were told to give up their dream of having a child. Gwynn decided not to accept that sentence and instead set out on a trek to cure her cancer. After finding Dr. William Kelly’s cancer program, Gwynn followed the program meticulously and changed everything — her diet, her habits, her lifestyle. After meticulous adherence to the program, she found success and became cancer free. Her achieved her goal and gave birth to her much-awaited son, Josiah.
Eighteen years after the birth of her son, having fallen back into unhealthy habits, Gwynn was again diagnosed with cancer. After trying conventional treatment, Gwynn returned to the Kelly program diet and became cancer free again and remains cancer free to this day.
Gwynn’s career path leads her to the natural food restaurant business, which she worked and created tasty dishes for her customers for 20 years.
The next step on her journey to help others regain optimum health was to become a colon hydrotherapist. She is working with patients on the Kelly program, those fighting cancer, chronic illness and others just not feeling well. Her patients were constantly asking for information on what they could eat. Gwynn was spending hours writing down and sharing her information and recipes of palatable, easy-to-fix, and health-giving foods. The demand became so great that cookbooks soon became the solution to meet the demand.
Years of investigation and research have gone into these recipes, which reflect a very diverse palate of philosophies and foods. Some things just hold true: organic whenever possible; omit dairy, wheat, and sugar; and avoid chemical additives and preservatives.
Now, as a colon therapist, Gwynn sees first hand the effect of poor eating habits on health and is anxious to deliver these well-rounded recipes into the hands of her patients and all those who want to regain or maintain good health.