Author Archives: Paul Jaminet

The German Edition’s new PHD Apple

UPDATE: The publisher has corrected a few mistakes in the apple; the new one is now below. Thanks to our readers for pointing them out!

The German edition of Perfect Health Diet is released this week. If you know any German speakers, please recommend it to them!

Our publisher, Thieme, has made a large investment in the book, fittingly as it is the flagship of their new “Edition Health Science” line of books for medical and health care professionals. Among their efforts was a re-design of the PHD apple. Forgoing the yin yang design that was inspired in part by Shou-Ching’s Chinese heritage, they came up with a clever design:

We like it!

If your favored language is German, please buy the book:

Several years of loving care went into creating this edition, and we’ll sure you’ll enjoy it. Please don’t forget to leave a review at Amazon.de. Thank you!

German edition of Perfect Health Diet on sale now!

Shou-Ching and I are delighted to announce that the long-awaited German edition of Perfect Health Diet will be released on April 11, and is now available for purchase!

Here is the cover:

Buy from Amazon.de:

We’re very grateful to Thieme Haug for creating such a beautiful and well-translated edition of our book. We’re especially pleased that Thieme has chosen Perfect Health Diet as the flagship of their new “Edition Health Science” line of books for medical and health care professionals.

I know many German readers have been waiting for a German-language edition. This edition was created with great care. If you prefer to read in German, please buy a copy and leave a review at Amazon.de. Thank you!

A merry and blessed Christmas to all!

Merry Christmas! Shou-Ching and I continue to be busy curing cancer at Angiex, but our PHD readers are never far from our thoughts. Our prayers for a blessed Christmas and a healthy and happy new year!

Happy Mother’s Day!

It’s been a long time since we posted some of Shou-Ching’s photo art. As a reminder, she likes to pair interesting photos she’s taken with apposite quotations; a collection of her art can be found on this page.

For today, we have a special Mother’s Day edition — two pieces of art, one for children, one for moms:

(These are two day old lambs born a few weeks ago at Drumlin Farm in Lincoln, Massachusetts.)

(Gorillas in the Bronx Zoo, New York.)

Happy Mother’s Day to all moms!