Royal Marsden Cancer Cookbook: Nutritious recipes for during and after cancer treatment, to share with friends and family
'The Royal Marsden Cancer Cookbook is an attractive and accomplished project that combines artistic flair and scientific material, and aims to provide helpful advice and recipes for those undergoing cancer treatment.' Jules Morgan, The Lancet Oncology
One in three people will be diagnosed with cancer. such news is life changing, and brings with it many psychological, emotional and physical challenges, including changes in body weight, appetite and the ability to taste and swallow, as well as alterations in the way your digestive system works. The Royal Marsden Cancer Cookbook explores the foods that will support and nourish you during this time and offers more than 150 delicious, healthy recipes divided into 'During Treatment' (dishes with more energy and in a form that is easier to eat) and 'After Treatment' (healthy options that encourage a balanced diet). There are also masses of inspirational ideas, variations and tips.
All the recipes have been reviewed and analysed by Dr Clare Shaw PhD RD, Consultant Dietician at The Royal Marsden, a world-leading cancer centre specialising in diagnosis, treatment, care, education and research. They are designed for all the family - asa well as friends - to share, so you don't have to cook individual meals, thus easing stress and saving you time and money.
The recipes include contributions from top chefs and food writers, including Mary Berry, Nigella Lawson, Ruth Rogers, Rick Stein, Liz Earle, Gwyneth Paltrow, Raymond Blanc and Prue Leith, among others.
Positive, healthy eating is acknowledged to be invaluable in helping people to remain physically and mentally strong. The Royal Marsden Cancer Cookbook aims to make cooking easy and enjoyable, as well as providing helpful advice and support.
- Hardback | 256 pages
- 213 x 257 x 27mm | 1,062g
- 12 Oct 2015
- Octopus Publishing Group
- Kyle Books
- London, United Kingdom
- col. photos
About Clare Shaw Phd Rd