A cystic fibrosis survivor is calling for donations to create an immune suppressant cookbook.

Pippa Kent, 28, wants to publish ‘Now What Can I Eat? The Cookbook’ and desperately needs fundraising to make the concept a reality.

The PR manager had a double lung transplant last Easter and is eager to help those whose diets are drastically affected by immune suppression medication.

Dieticians from Papworth Hospital are on board as well as a guarantee of more than 100 recipes to be contributed by famous chefs, restaurants and well known foodies.

So far, she has raised more than £26,000 but needs £50,000 for the publication to go ahead and has until Sunday, May 20th, which is her 29th birthday, to gather the cash.

Pippa, who lives in Battersea said: “I need someone to commit to the idea financially in the same way as I have emotionally. Invest some money behind it and make the campaign more than an idea. Make it a cookbook which can start helping people for which outside of the medical lists and texts at present no resource exist.

“Last year my life was saved thanks to a double lung transplant and the gift of life from a donor I didn’t know. I am and will be forever grateful and want to do something positive to mark the journey I have been on, as a tribute for my second chance and as a way of giving back, through charitable donation, to the people and organisations that saved my life.”

To find out more information or donate to Pippa’s campaign visit her kickstarter page: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/nowwhatcanieat/now-what-can-i-eat-the-book