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This book suggests that breast cancer may be avoided by dietary intervention. As this is unproven, the book has not received full recommendations.
This pocket-sized dictionary was developed to assist persons with celiac disease and dermatitis herpetiformis in selecting acceptable foods and in interpreting food labels so that they may avoid foods containing gluten. It provides a brief description of each item along with an assessment of its ac…
A practical cookbook containing over 100 recipes to help people living with cancer to manage eating difficulties (loss of appetitie, nausea, taste changes, swallowing difficulties, diarrhea) during cancer treatment. The final chapter contains information on healthy eating after treatment.
This report provides an updated version of section 7.12 Endometrium from the "Second Expert Report : food, nutrition, physical activity and the prevention of cancer : a global perspective"
Includes 150 allergen-free recipes. Provides information on how to detect the symptoms that may indicate a food allergy; identify the cause in your diet; substitute safe, tasty alternatives; avoid problem foods at dinner parties and restaurants; and alter your favourite recipes.
This is a cookbook for people with specific allergies and food intolerances. Each recipe in this book is coded to indicate which allergy group can eat it, with all the common allergies covered: candida, dairy, coeliacs, sugar and certain additives.
Written by two young adults--with the advice of …
A practical guide written for people who have just been diagnosed with cancer. It aims to help them and their loved ones make sense of what happens next and to plan a course of action. Includes information about tests, the stages of the disease, treatment options and follow-up.
This practical guide is filled with hands-on tools and in-depth advice for putting a stop to unhealthy eating habits before they begin. Parents will learn how to: understand their own "food legacy" and how it affects their children; keep their children connected to food in a positive way; talk to …
Learning more about Canada's Food Guide will help you and your family know how much food you need, what types of foods are better for you, and the importance of physical activity in your day. Translations include: English, French, Arabic, Chinese (simplified), Farsi (Persian), Korean, Punjabi, Russ…
This text provides the theoretical knowledge and clinical information behind basic nutrition, assessing clients of varying ages and illnesses, planning dietary support that meets their unique needs, and promoting good health and fitness.
Learn about safe exercises that are recommended when you are on reduced activity during pregnancy.
Regardless of whether your chronic pain includes endometriosis, IC, or IBS, or a combination of all of these, following an anti-inflammatory diet can help to reduce the intensity of the pain you are experiencing. It is also essential to include lifestyle changes, such as increased activity and exer…
This cookbook offers over 150 recipes for soft and smooth diets. Recipes clearly state whether they are intended for all diets or for easy-to-chew, soft, or smooth/pureed eating plans. Includes comprehensive nutritional facts and diabetic exchanges for each dish. Tackles difficult problems like los…
Learning more about Canada's Food Guide will help you and your family know how much food you need, what types of foods are better for you, and the importance of physical activity in your day.