Eating Well Through Cancer: Easy Recipes & Recommendations During & After Treatment

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H.B. Clegg, Jan 1, 2001 - Cooking - 255 pages
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A cookbook for cancer patients and their families! Eating Well Through Cancer focuses on the foods best tolerated during cancer treatment and maintaining a healthy lifestyle after treatment. These easy, nutritious and delicious recipes aid in the prevention of cancer and ease the symptoms during treatment. The recipes were evaluated with regard to their nutritional value, taste simplicity, availability of ingredients and preparation time. With an oncologist's introduction to each chapter, doctor's notes, menu planning, nutritional analysis, diabetic exchanges and a section cross referencing the recipes and side effects, this book serves as a daily living guide for nutrition before, during and after cancer treatment.

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User Review  - Maggie_Rum - LibraryThing

Some of the recipes don't seem like something one would really want to personally make during cancer treatment, however good for you may be. On the other hand, the recipes are good, make sense, and are relatively easy for healthy people to make :-) Read full review

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User Review  - kd9 - LibraryThing

As someone who has seven hundred cookbooks already, when I was diagnosed with cancer, the first thing I did was buy more cookbooks. Between the totally organic books from Rebecca Katz to generic ... Read full review

Contents

Recipe Cross Reference List
8
Neutropenia
55
Diarrhea
77
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Elizabeth Alston is the food editor at Woman's Day magazine. A former Redbook food and nutrition editor, Ms. Alston is the author of the Redbook Bread Book. She trained at the Cordon Bleu in London, has been a chef and teacher, and now lives in New York City.

Miletello is a Medical Oncologist. He has been taking care of people with cancer for over twenty years. In his practice he exhibits a strong desire to help invididuals adjust to a cancer diagnosis and to continue to live normal, healthy lives. He recognizes the importance fo diet and nutrition before, during and after treatment. He is certified with the American Board of Internal Medicine and Medical Oncology and is actively involved in oncology research.

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