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Eating Well, Staying Well, During and After Cancer

by Abby Bloch

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Making food an ally in the fight against cancer, this guide explores what to eat and what to avoid in order to stay strong and maximize the benefits of treatment. Covering topics such as the potential effects of supplements, vitamins and minerals, and herbs; coping with digestion- and eating-related side effects, such as sore mouth, nausea, and weight gain or loss; "special” diets, including those promoted as cures for cancer; as well as providing easy, healthy, and delicious recipes, this book will assist in healing and recovery.… (more)
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Making food an ally in the fight against cancer, this guide explores what to eat and what to avoid in order to stay strong and maximize the benefits of treatment. Covering topics such as the potential effects of supplements, vitamins and minerals, and herbs; coping with digestion- and eating-related side effects, such as sore mouth, nausea, and weight gain or loss; "special” diets, including those promoted as cures for cancer; as well as providing easy, healthy, and delicious recipes, this book will assist in healing and recovery.

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