Dr Sue Radd's popular books have been published in multiple countries and languages. Food as Medicine:Cooking for Your Best Health was awarded first place in both the Australian and World Gourmand Cookbook Awards for 'Best Health and Nutrition Cookbook' in 2016. The Breakfast Book took top honours in 2004 at The Vittoria Australian Food Media Awards for Best Nutrition Writing. 

Food as Medicine

Winner of the 2016 Australian and World Gourmand Award for 'Best Health and Nutrition Cookbook'.

Discover why every meal matters and how your food choices control the expression of your genes - particularly important if you have any family history of chronic disease.

Learn how healthy dietary patterns can deliver a long list of positive effects similar to medications but with only good side effects. Think the Mediterranean diet and much more!

If you maintain the healthy way of eating described in this book, you will never need to diet again.

Enjoy 150 delicious recipes designed for your best health (and that of those you love) addressing the nutritional causes of our most common lifestyle induced diseases.

See practical tips on how to makeover your kitchen, pantry, fridge and freezer so its easier to meal plan, cook and live well. Learn about clever ingredient swaps. Dr Radd's meal ideas and time saving hints will help you put these recipes into action.

The back of the book also contains health information to help you better understand the scientific research and health significance of plant based recipes, equipping you to make smarter choices for your best health.

This book is available in English (including a North American edition), German and Norwegian. You can buy it directly from the clinic (over the counter sales only), all good bookstores or online from:


Eat To Live

An amazing eating plan for life which can help you prevent cancer, reduce heart disease risk, protect bones and boost overall health and wellbeing.

It's not only what we eat that makes us sick - but what we don't eat!

Many modern nutrition books tell you what not to eat to improve your health. The refreshing message in Eat To Live is that your diet may actually be lacking essential nutrients and you may need to eat more of the right foods to live a healthy life.

The missing link in your diet is phytoestrogens. These are natural plant protectants found in a range of common foods, from fruits and vegetables to nuts and soy products. The information in Eat To Live is backed by more than 20 years of scientific research, presenting a compelling argument, which will change your life and help prevent cancer, reduce the risks of heart disease, protect your bones and boost your overall health and wellbeing.

With over 50 delicious recipes Eat To Live was written to help you discover the key to a healthier life. A quiz is include to rate your current diet and help you find the right balance of nutrients to reduce sickness and improve your health.

This book is available in English and was published in the French and Korean languages.

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Winner of the Food Media Club Australia Award 2004 for 'Best Nutrition Writing'

The Breakfast Book

Winner of the Food Media Club Australia Award 2004 for 'Best Nutrition Writing'.

Discover the power of breakfast! The Breakfast Book is a wake up call to the benefits of breakfast. Nearly one quarter of the adult population regularly skips breakfast – teenagers and young adults having the highest rates. Yet breakfast is vital for peak performance. It boosts nutrient intake for the entire day and helps with weight control, enhances mood and wellbeing and improves children’s behaviour and school performance. Breakfast has even been linked with longevity!

The Breakfast Book looks at the history, facts, insights, anecdotes, plans and breakfast solutions. The Breakfast Book exposes the myths such as ‘skipping breakfast will help me lose weight’ and answers the important question: what makes a good breakfast? Different breakfast options are rated for their nutritional and value contributions. It is sprinkled with celebrity case studies. For example, what does the world’s leading half-back, George Gregan, eat for breakfast? Other celebrities include Senator Natasha Stott Despoja, Brett Lee, Dr. Cindy Pan and Dick Smith.

50 delicious and nutritious recipes are featured, using common ingredients and introducing less well known ones such as millet and quinoa. From toast and cereal topper ideas to recipes for DIY-buckwheat-in-a-flask, Spicy Winter Citrus Salad, Warm Barley & Cherry Pudding to Crispy Wholegrain Waffles with Poached Strawberries and Rhubarb. Meal plans for new mums, school children, busy professionals, cholesterol lowering diets (and many more) are provided as a blueprint for healthy eating.

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