Betty Crocker Living with Cancer Cookbook

$12.97

An inspiring special edition published in partnership with Pink Together General Millss Pink Together initiative is a supportive online community that links 500,000 cancer survivors and their supporters, letting them share photos, personal stories, and recipes. Now, in partnership with Pink Together, this new edition of the Living with Cancer Cookbook has been updated and revised to include the inspirational stories of Pink Together community members. Like the first edition, this special edition includes 130 recipes that are specially designed for those undergoing cancer treatments and the loved ones who care for them. Bonus 32-page section on the Pink Together initiative, an online community to support women with breast cancer Features all-new photographs and uplifting quotes, anecdotes, and practical tips from cancer survivors Recipes flagged to show which ones can help mitigate the common side effects of cancer treatment Includes a simple, 7-day menu plan that is perfect for anyone currently undergoing treatment, based on six small meals and snacks spread throughout the day Foreword by Nancy G. Brinker, the founder of Susan G. Komen for the Cure , the global leader of the breast cancer support movement Nutrition is a critical factor in the fight against cancer. The Living with Cancer Pink Together Cookbook combines the nutritious recipes and health information that patients need with personal stories of survival that can inspire them to keep fighting and winning.

Bonus Front Matter section will focus on the Pink Together program and the Survivor Ambassadors, with select stories, photos, and recipe contributions from each Ambassador, including Nancy G. Brinker, the founder of Susan G. Komen. All-new design and photography throughout the book. More than 130 simple and nutritious recipes from breakfast and healthy snacks to dinners and desserts, including Extra-Easy Baked Ziti, Lemony Fish Over Vegetables and Rice, Beef Fajita Bowls, and Cranberry Herbal Tea Granita. Recipes are flagged to show which ones help with the most common side effects of cancer treatments: constipation; diarrhea; mouth sores; nausea. Dr. Ghosh also answers specific questions on how to handle these common side effects. Quotes, inspirational anecdotes, and practical tips from real-life cancer patients and survivors are peppered throughout the book. This gives a personal touch to treatment, which can often feel impersonal. Introduction discusses what cancer is, gives information on how to shop, cook and eat; explores complementary medicines. Real patients share their treatment experience through helpful and inspirational quotes – including discussion on how to handle side effects in “Q & A” with Dr. Ghosh. “Eating After Cancer” gives information on healthy eating after cancer, including specific recipes from the book. Includes “The Simple Six,” a 7-day menu plan for patients, based on eating small meals and snacks 6 times a day, great for people who are not feeling well.