Good nutrition is vital to people undergoing cancer treatment, yet treatment side effects can make eating seem unappealing. Now Betty Crocker, two oncologists, and a nutritionist bring back the joy of eating topeople undergoing cancer treatment with delicious recipes that are nutritious and easy to make. A thoughtful, practical gift for patients and families coping with cancer, the book includes:
* 130 recipes, from breakfasts and snacks to dinners and desserts, like Extra-Easy Baked Ziti, Fettuccine with Asparagus and Mushrooms and Country Blueberry Cobbler
* Advice from cancer patients, from coping with the emotional roller coaster to making recipes more appealing
* Recipes tagged to show which are helpful for the most common side effects of cancer treatment, plus special diet menus to help with them
* "Q and A" between Dr. Ghosh and cancer patients about how to handle the effects of cancer treatment
* An easy 7-day menu plan based on eating small meals six times a day just right for patients in treatment
* Cancer resource guide, nutrition and medical glossary
"This book will be of great assistance to patients and families undergoing cancer treatment. It is a creative guide to the use of pleasant and easy menus to help alleviate difficult, commonly experienced side effects." Dr. Barrie R. Cassileth, Chief, Integrative Medicine, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
|Publisher:||Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||9.34(w) x 10.30(h) x 0.85(d)|
Table of Contents
Bring Back the Joy of Eating.
1. Coping with Side Effects.
2. Energy-Boosting Breakfasts.
3. Fatigue Fighting Snacks.
4. 20-Minute Main Dishes.
5. Make-Ahead Meals.
6. Family-Pleasing Main Dishes.
7. Comforting Side Dishes.
8. Treat-Yourself Desserts.
Easy Menus during Treatment.
Recipes to Use After Treatment.
Nutrition and Medical Dictionary.
Helpful Nutrition and Cooking Information.
Metric Converstion Guide.
What People are Saying About This
This book will be of great assistance to patients and families undergoing cancer treatment. It is a creative guide to the use of pleasant and easy menus to help alleviate difficult, commonly experienced side effects.--Dr. Barrie R. Cassileth, Chief, Integrative Medicine, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.