A Giveaway (and an update~)

trax2I’ve been working on some really exciting projects that I can’t wait to share with you. And I’ll be back to blogging regularly soon!

In the meantime here’s a quick update:

  • My new website is almost launch-ready. I’ll send you the details soon so you can join me there!;
  • I’ve been charting new frontiers in my own health (physically, cognitively and spiritually) and can’t wait to share what I am discovering;
  • Matthew continues to make good progress in his healing;
  • Things have been busy, but healthy meals keep appearing, thanks to my best friend in the ktichen: my Instant Pot. At first it was just my bone broth machine: broth that used to take 3 days only took a couple of hours, and I adored it for that alone! But that was just the beginning of my love affair: I now cook with it almost daily and think of it as  basic equipment for any healing protocol kitchen. That’s why I joined with Eileen Laird from Phoenix Helix to create the Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook.

aip_instantpot_cov_finalThe Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook brings delicious, hassle-free, one-pot, healthy, 100% AIP recipes to your table, making healing from autoimmune disease as easy as pressing a button!
~Dr. Sarah Ballantyne, New York Times bestselling author of The Paleo Approach

The Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook is now available, and it’s beautiful! I’ve been through every one of the 141 recipes in this book and this is the delicious food that lands (almost effortlessly) on our table every day now.

The Giveaway

I want to share the love!

Until October 10th, you’ll get a free copy of my e-book Helping a Loved-one Heal when you buy the Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook.

Here’s review of my book by Angie Alt and Mickey Trescott, Paleo AIP pioneers, and authors of the soon-to-be released Autoimmune Wellness Handbook:

Helping a Loved-one Heal_Cover1Helping a Loved-one Heal by Petra Chambers-Sinclair is one of the sophisticated books we’ve ever come across in the health and wellness sphere. Petra leads us through a university-level course on understanding the different “Paleo-based” healing protocols, the change process in supporting a loved one to begin healing, n=1 experimentation in order to refine the healing process, and last, but not least, coping with the (usually unexpected) role of caregiver. This is not to say that the material is dense or difficult. A skilled educator knows how to present information in a useful, actionable way and Petra does just that in this book. Whether you are the caregiver or are the chronically ill person yourself, if you are ready to move beyond the basics and into advanced healing concepts,Helping A Loved-One Heal is for you. This is ‘Healing 2.0’ guidance.”

aip_instantpot_ipad_covThis giveaway is the only way to get a copy of my book currently.

Order your copy of the Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook by October 10th and I’ll send you a copy. Free! (Fine print: your copy of my book will arrive via email soon after the 10th, but you’ll get your copy of the Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook immediately).

  • If you’ve been struggling with keeping up with the food prep and cooking that’s required on a healing protocol, the Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook will be your new best friend.
  • If you’ve been contemplating starting a healing protocol, but haven’t felt ready yet, the combination of an Instant Pot, the Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook. and my book Helping a Loved-one Heal (the loved-one can be yourself, of course!) will give you the tools you need to launch your new life like a pro.

Love the idea but just can’t afford it right now? Enter to win one of 10 copies of the aleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook by October 8th.

The Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook contains 141 delicious AIP recipes, with low-FODMAP, GAPS/SCD and coconut-free modifications in the appendix.

Here’s to healing~.

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19 thoughts on “A Giveaway (and an update~)

  1. Petra, I was reading you before I came down from surgery induced sibo. Now I am going back and reading everything you have written about your husband’s journey. In a nutshell can you give me the highlights of advice in getting over this? I have been on one round of Ziffy/neo and am still struggling. I haven’t found anyone in Atlanta but I am having phone consultations from a practioner in Portland who is on the cuttingedge of treatment and my naturopath and integrative MD are going along on this end with what he suggests. I need all you can tell me if you will…
    Thanks for all you have shared, M

    1. Hi Mary, I can tell you what Matthew has done recently and what he is looking at doing next, but as you know we are all unique. He is still back at work which is very good news. His autoimmune symptoms continue to improve and he is virtually painkiller free. Regarding SIBO, he has just finished a round of antibiotic treatment with Rifaxamin. It is too early to tell what the outcomes of that will be. His functional medicine doctor and several specialists are recommending a Fecal Microbiota Transplant at the Taymount Clinic in England. That will be very expensive but that’s the next thing we are considering! It sounds like you have an excellent team working with you. Our experience has been that it is a trial and error process. Please take good care of yourself. This work is challenging. I hope you can find some relief.

  2. I can’t thank you enough for this book. The timing is perfect. I am going into my fifth week of the SAD to AIP in Six and I am really looking forward to reading your generous gift with purchase.

  3. Hello Petra! I’m glad you’re back to blogging! I’ve been working to help my husband heal from an antibiotics/PhD thesis stress-induced stomach problem. It’s been three years now. He refuses to go to any doctors. His problems are not horrible, but bloating and constipation are bad enough. We’re not quite on the AIP yet, but getting there. We’ve been gluten free for years, but we’ve been off nightshades, eggs, and added sugars for a week now… easing in. We feel better! AIP would be for me, because I have autoimmune arthritis (I actually HAVE been to doctors, but they can’t find a reason), but for some reason his stomach issues seem more pressing to me.

    I’m excited to go back and re-read your articles to get some more inspiration. Thank you for sharing so much valuable advice with all of us out here on the internet.

    1. Thanks for sharing, Angela. I’d love to get updates on the progress you and your husband are making. I can really relate to what your wrote about how it can sometimes feel more natural to take care of others, rather than care for ourselves. That has certainly been my habit. The process of beginning to put my health and well-being at the centre of my life has not be easy, but has been so important for my healing (and not just my physical healing!) I hope you’ll join me at my new website when it goes live. I’ll be back to blogging on a regular basis over there really soon. Can’t wait!

  4. I have missed you, Petra. In fact, I was coming to your blog to try to find an email just to tell you so and I see you have posted! I can’t wait to see the work you have completed and hear about your (and Matthew’s) latest insights. I will most certainly follow your new site and work. My very best, Katie.

  5. Hi Petra!
    I’ve missed your blogs, too. I’ve just ordered the cookbook, but I’m not sure what I need to do to receive your book, as I didn’t need to enter my e-mail address anywhere in the order process (I followed the link from your e-mail to order).
    Thanks!

    1. Thanks, Sarah. My understanding from Eileen at Phoenix Helix is that I will be able to get the list of everyone who bought the Instant Pot cookbook through my links and that list will contain everyone’s email addresses, but I will check with her again this morning.

      1. Eileen is offline today (taking a much needed break), but I have conformed with a couple of other people that yes, email addresses get archived with each purchase.

  6. I ordered mine, it arrived and I am thrilled….thanks for the heads up on this, and do i get your book as well? Let me know …

    1. You’ll get my book, too! I’ll ask Eileen to give me a list of everyone who purchased through my link after the 10th and I’ll send them all out then. I’m so happy you like the Instant Pot cookbook, I’m loving it, too. I’ve been cooking my way through and so far haven’t found a single recipe I wouldn’t make again…

  7. Hi Petra
    I’ve just read your bio hacking ebook that came with the autoimmune bundle all those months ago and I wanted to say a big thank you – and that I hope that one of the exciting things you’I’ve been working on is getting your full length book published ☺️

    As a perfectionist who hates to fail, I’ve really struggled sticking to the AIP, as it’s not been enough to address my issues and when I can’t do things perfectly, I tend to give up. Your approach of seeing ‘failures’ as simply another opportunity to gather data has been hugely freeing for me. Plus, being a bit of a matmetician at heart, I love the idea of seeing my health-seeking efforts as a data gathering exercise – it makes it fun and takes some of the stress out of the ongoing effort to feel a bit better. I”m awaiting delivery of a new journal, so I can do my own data collection in a bullet data format ☺️

    Thanks again and all the best with Matthew’s continuing healing journey.
    Susie
    Ps I live about an hour and a half away from the Taymount Clinic apparently ☺️

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