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Cancer sufferers need good nourishment, but all too often the treatment destroys their appetite and makes it difficult to eat. This groundbreaking culinary guide, from the UK's leading center for holistic cancer care, offers more than 75 recipes especially developed to enhance tolerance by those going through even the most aggressive treatments. Nourish explains the crucial role food plays in any cancer treatment program and gives inspiring advice on what works, along with plans based on six small meals a day. Every dish here features key ingredients known to promote recovery, boost immunity, reduce inflammation, and aid healing. Patients and their caregivers will find the information invaluable.
Penny Brohn Cancer Care, at the forefront of holistic cancer care for over 25 years, is the UK's leading charity in the field. Now recognized by practitioners of conventional medicine, the center is working with the NHS, Macmillan Cancer Care, and Walk to Walk.
Christine Bailey is a well-known nutritionist, chef, and author of numerous health and recipe books. She is a member of the Guild of Health Writers and writes regularly for many national magazines, including BBC Good Food and Women's Fitness. She provides nutritional support at the Penny Brohn Cancer Care Centre and has written for Cancer Research UK magazine.