Whether You Are A Cancer Survivor Or Have A Loved One With Cancer, The New Book Kicking Cancer In The Kitchen: The Girlfriend’S Cookbook And Guide To Using Real Food To Fight Cancer Is An Invaluable Resource Of Information On Beating Cancer With Diet An
Whether you are a cancer survivor or have a loved one with cancer, the new book Kicking Cancer in the Kitchen: The Girlfriend’s Cookbook and Guide to Using Real Food to Fight Cancer is an invaluable resource of information on beating cancer with diet and the experiences of two cancer survivors who banded together to help others battling cancer.
Whether you are a cancer survivor or have a loved one with cancer, the new book Kicking Cancer in the Kitchen: The Girlfriendâs Cookbook and Guide to Using Real Food to Fight Cancer is an invaluable resource of information on beating cancer with diet and the experiences of two cancer survivors who banded together to help others battling cancer.
Healing power of food
Refusing to let cancer rule their lives, authors Annette Ramke and Kendall Scott, two young cancer survivors who not only survived but learned to thrive throughout their cancer journey, turned to nutrition as a way to fight off the disease and take back control. Kicking Cancer in the Kitchen shares real-life knowledge and experience about the healing power of food, along with advice on dealing with the ups and downs of cancer and more than 100 recipes on fighting cancer and soothing the symptoms of treatment.
Plant-based approach to combating cancer
The recipes in Kicking Cancer in the Kitchen are all vegetarian, with the majority being vegan, and feature Smoothies, Breakfast Foods and Leafy Greens, Veggies from Land and Sea, Grains, Plant Proteins, Refreshments and everything in between. Recipes include Savory Stuffed Acorn Squash, Banana-Pecan Pancakes with Chocolate-Coconut Drizzle and Walnut Meat-less Balls. Fitting for the season, Ramke and Scott share their Savory Stuffed Acorn Squash recipe, which can aid in fighting fatigue, boost the immune system, and alleviate constipation.Â Acorn squash also contains phytonutrients like beta-carotene, which reduces free radicals in the body.
Savory Stuffed Acorn Squash
Recipe reprinted with permission fromÂ Kicking Cancer in the KitchenÂ Â© 2012 by Annette Ramke and Kendall Scott, Running Press, a member of the Perseus Books Group.
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