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Cancer Survivor's Guide

Foods that Help You Fight Back

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The Cancer Survivor’s Guide will give you important insights into what researchers have proven: Food choices can help prevent cancer and, when cancer has been diagnosed, nutrition can improve survival. These links between diet and cancer are nothing short of dramatic. And now you can learn how certain dietary patterns help people diagnosed with cancer live longer, healthier lives.

Written by physician and nutrition researcher Neal D. Barnard, M.D., and Jennifer K. Reilly, R.D., The Cancer Survivor’s Guide provides comprehensive advice you can put to work right now. You’ll have empowering information on how simple, everyday choices can improve your health and well-being:

  • The science behind how a plant-based diet provides cancer-fighting compounds and immune-boosting nutrients that cells need to be healthy
  • More than 130 delicious, easy-to-prepare recipes
  • A comprehensive list of references and resources for further information on diet and cancer

This guide is a part of The Cancer Project’s Food for Life nutrition education program



   

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