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This is the 1st edition with a publication date of 8/7/2012.
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The Back in the Swing Cookbookis a life-affirming book full of 150 feel-good recipes that are easy to prepare, with fresh ingredients specifically designed to help breast cancer survivors get back in the swing of joyful, healthy living. It's a book that readers will love to hold in their hands, and use in the kitchen, as a friend and guide to delicious meals and a lifestyle that makes them feel positive. In addition to fabulous food and drinks, the beautiful pages include luscious photographs and fun-to-read, smart, friendly nuggets on topics ranging from genetics, lifestyle choices, and the environment to the influence of all three on living a full and happy life. Created specifically for breast cancer survivors by the national grassroots nonprofit organization Back in the Swing, The Back in the Swing Cookbookanswers the No. 1 question on everyone's mind: "How do I safely and smartly get back in the swing of life every day after experiencing breast cancer?" Every page is brilliantly designed to nurture readers' minds, bodies and spirits with new information not found in any other cookbook. It is a special gift of goodness to give oneself, a friend, a co-worker, or a family member that will reap healthy rewards for a lifetime.
Barbara C. Unell is the founder of Back in the Swing, and the author of a dozen books about healthy family living. The creator of many national publications and nonprofit programs, she has been an educator and media contributor on social issues around the country, appearing on Oprah, NPR, Good Morning America and NBC Nightly News, and in the New York Times.