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The Plant Programme

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Jane Plant's breast cancer recurred five times before she learned of the relationship between diet and the disease. In her international bestselling book, Your Life in Your Hands, she describes how her training and knowledge as a natural scientist enabled her to understand and, eventually, overcome her cancer. In Prostate Cancer: Understand, Prevent and Overcome she then expanded her research into prostate cancer - the second biggest cancer killer among men. In The Plant Programme Jane and fellow scientist Gill Tidey show how adopting a lifestyle of non-dairy eating and healthy living can complement conventional medical treatment of breast or prostate cancer and help in the prevention of the diseases. With hundreds of tasty, easy-to-make and nutritious dairy-free meals for all occasions, as well as tips on how to cope with dining away from home. The Plant Programme can help save lives.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 256 pages
  • 126 x 192 x 22mm | 258.55g
  • Ebury Publishing
  • Virgin Books
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0753509520
  • 9780753509524
  • 61,391

About Gillian Tidey

Jane Plant (Author) Professor Jane Plant is a widely respected scientist, who was awarded a CBE for her work in relation to human health and in 2005 was made a Life Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine for her books on cancer. She contracted breast cancer in 1987 at the age of 42: the disease recurred a further four times. She adopted the diet and lifestyle changes she advocates in her book, and has now been clear of breast cancer for fifteen years.Gillian Tidey (Author) Professor Jane Plant is a widely respected scientist, who was awarded a CBE for her work in relation to human health and in 2005 was made a Life Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine for her books on cancer. She contracted breast cancer in 1987 at the age of forty-two, and the disease recurred a further four times. She adopted the diet and lifestyle changes she advocates in this book, and has now been clear of breast cancer for over fifteen years. She is the author of several books, including the bestselling Your Life in Your Hands.show more

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"Could change the way you view your food forever." * Womens Health * "Easy to follow and practical for a busy lifestyle." * Healthy Options * "Her message is one that every woman must read" * Daily Mail *show more

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"Could change the way you view your food forever."show more

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* Dietary advice for fighting breast and prostate cancer. * Offers hope and encouragement to those undergoing medical treatment. * Healthy non-dairy eating for everyone. Jane Plant's breast cancer recurred five times before she learned of the relationship between diet and the disease. In her international bestselling book, Your Life in Your Hands, she describes how her training and knowledge as a natural scientist enabled her to understand and, eventually, overcome her cancer. In Prostate Cancer: Understand, Prevent and Overcome she then expanded her research into prostate cancer - the second biggest cancer killer among men. In The Plant Programme Jane and fellow scientist Gill Tidey show how adopting a lifestyle of non-dairy eating and healthy living can complement conventional medical treatment of breast or prostate cancer and help in the prevention of the diseases. With hundreds of tasty, easy-to-make and nutritious dairy-free meals for all occasions, as well as tips on how to cope with dining away from home. The Plant Programme can help save lives.show more

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