Food for Life: The Cancer Prevention Cookbook
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Weinstock is in the nutrition field and Wuerthner is a caterer. Bohannon, president of the American Cancer Society, California chapter, admits in his introduction (apparently his main contribution to the book) that "research on the diet/cancer connection is still in its early stages" and "the recipes in this book are neither a cure for cancer nor a guarantee that you not contract it." Despite its specious title, the cookbook's guidelinesreduce fats, minimize cured meats and alcohol, increase fruits, vegetables and fibersare in keeping with basic healthy eating habits, and the tempting and varied recipes will take the
With an aging population the risk of cancer increases because of the long periods in which it remains undetected. The authors present a series of delicious recipes that provide healthy nutrition to ward off or reduce the risk of cancer.'
Good recipes cindy hunt-whatley I checked it out from the library and renewed it several times, decided there were so many recipes I liked I bought it.