Betty Crocker Living with Cancer Cookbook (Betty Crocker Cooking)

Betty Crocker Living with Cancer Cookbook (Betty Crocker Cooking)

Betty Crocker

Language: English

Pages: 288

ISBN: B00BS03S6Y

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


An inspiring special edition published in partnership with Pink Together

General Mills's Pink Together initiative is a supportive online community that links 500,000 cancer survivors and their supporters, letting them share photos, personal stories, and recipes. Now, in partnership with Pink Together, this new edition of the Living with Cancer Cookbook has been updated and revised to include the inspirational stories of Pink Together community members.

Like the first edition, this special edition includes 130 recipes that are specially designed for those undergoing cancer treatments and the loved ones who care for them.

  • Bonus 32-page section on the Pink Together initiative, an online community to support women with breast cancer
  • Features all-new photographs and uplifting quotes, anecdotes, and practical tips from cancer survivors
  • Recipes flagged to show which ones can help mitigate the common side effects of cancer treatment
  • Includes a simple, 7-day menu plan that is perfect for anyone currently undergoing treatment, based on six small meals and snacks spread throughout the day
  • Foreword by Nancy G. Brinker, the founder of Susan G. Komen for the Cure®, the global leader of the breast cancer support movement

Nutrition is a critical factor in the fight against cancer. The Living with Cancer Pink Together Cookbook combines the nutritious recipes and health information that patients need with personal stories of survival that can inspire them to keep fighting and winning.

Please note that the e-book version of this title does not include the Bonus Breast Cancer Awareness section.

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a period of time after treatment is complete. To minimize fatigue and continue your healing, you may wish to incorporate some basic principles about food and lifestyle that may help as you continue on your healing path. Basics for a Healthy Lifestyle The 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans and MyPlate, published by the U.S. Departments of Agriculture and Health and Human Services, can help you take action for good health and develop a healthy lifestyle. Some of the basic messages of a

follow the list of suggestions below: • Avoid large meals, and refrain from lying down after meals. • Avoid eating within three hours of retiring. • No cigarette smoking or alcoholic beverages. • No caffeine-containing foods or beverages. • No spices, especially black and red peppers. • No citrus fruits, juices or soft drinks. • Avoid peppermint, chocolate and high-fat foods (fried or greasy items). Lentil-Rice Casserole Prep Time: 30 Minutes | Start to

fish-shaped cheese crackers, may not seem as overwhelming as larger crackers, so start with them first. • Shakes and smoothies containing milk or yogurt can be a source of extra calcium and other important nutrients. Because no chewing is required, beverages are particularly soothing if you have mouth sores. • Make the most of leftovers. Reheat mashed potatoes, pizza or pasta. Turn yesterday’s salad into a filling for sandwiches. See flavor boosters. • Something sweet. Small

White Turkey Chili Prep Time: 15 Minutes | Start to Finish: 9 Hours 30 Minutes | 8 servings Food for Thought Brimming with beans—navy beans, that is—this recipe is rich in fiber. Typically Americans don’t eat enough fiber. Experts recommend we eat 25 to 30 grams of fiber daily for good health and to prevent constipation. 1 bag (1 lb) dried navy beans (2 cups), sorted, rinsed 8 cups water 2 tablespoons chicken bouillon granules 2 tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro or

from your recipe collection. 6. Eat foods at room temperature. Because room-temperature foods have less aroma, this is of particular help when you are experiencing nausea. 7. Eat away from the kitchen. Avoid the smells associated with cooking by eating in a room other than the kitchen. Another environment can be quite helpful if you have nausea. 8. Eat foods that are easy to swallow. If you have mouth sores or dry mouth, this is key. “Soups, mashed potatoes and oatmeal went down

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