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This cookbook is part of our mission to provide both patients and caregivers healthy, easy to prepare recipes that not only taste delicious to both patients and their caregivers but also address the many side effects they experience. – Susan

 

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Press Release

The Meals to Heal Cookbook

150 Easy, Nutritionally Balanced Recipes to Nourish You during Your Battle with Cancer

cover of the meals to heal cookbookCancer patients, especially those undergoing chemotherapy or radiation treatments, suffer from a host of nutritional issues. Fatigue, loss of appetite, taste changes, mouth sores, and other side effects can make meal time more stressful than enjoyable. However, with the right recipes, patients can enjoy healthy, easy-to-prepare, nutritious meals made of foods that are easy to chew, swallow, and digest—and combat their symptoms at the same time.

In The Meals to Heal Cookbook, Susan Bratton, the founder of Savor Health, and Jessica Iannotta, an oncology nutritionist, provide 150 nutritionally balanced recipes to nourish patients during their fight with cancer. The recipes are organized by meal, as well as by cancer treatment side effect, allowing readers to easily find meals suited to their particular health needs. Many recipes can be completed in less than thirty minutes for patients and caregivers who are short on time or simply exhausted.

Bratton and Iannotta present a variety of recipes, from sweet breakfasts to hearty sides, warm grains to mains, snacks to sauces, and more, including:

  • Peach Cardamom Honeyed Yogurt
  • Vegan Mushroom Breakfast Burritos
  • Shrimp Salad Sandwiches
  • Seitan Marinara Pasta Casserole
  • Cilantro Chicken Fajitas
  •  Tuscan White Bean Vegetable Soup
  • Vanilla Almond Chia Seed Shake
  • Zucchini Leek Latkes
  • Dark Chocolate Raisin Oat Flour Cookies
  • Super smooth Ginger Hummus

The Meals to Heal Cookbook offers a wide range of options for all types of diets. Sections devoted to the discussion of soy and juicing educate readers, and vegan and vegetarian options abound since the authors advocate eating a plant-based, unprocessed, “real food” diet. A book that supports patients during all stages of their cancer journey, The Meals to Heal Cookbook includes 24 color photographs and advocates that “food can change your cancer journey.”

You can buy The Meals to Heal Cookbook on Amazon.com or at a bookstore near you.

Susan Bratton is founder and CEO of Savor Health (formerly Meals to Heal), a comprehensive patient and caregiver focused cancer nutrition service.

Jessica Iannotta, MS, RD, CSO, CDN is a registered dietitian and certified specialist in oncology nutrition (“CSO”).

$18.99 Paperback

Released April 15, 2016

272 Pages
16 Pages of Color Photos

ISBN: 978-0-7382-1879-3

 

Reviews

“with the right recipes, patients can enjoy healthy, easy-to-prepare, nutritious meals made of foods that are easy to chew, swallow and digest-and combat their symptoms at the same time.” – Advance Healthcare Network

“This book tackles a problem common to most everyone undergoing cancer treatment or caring for someone who is.” – Myrtle Beach Online

“The book shares healthy, easy to prepare recipes that not only taste delicious, but also mitigate the many side effects of cancer treatment.” – Examiner

The Meals to Heal Cookbook appeals to “caregivers as well as those who need care and offers flavors and spices to spark the appetite.” – Myrtle Beach Online

“This is definitely a book to consider as a gift for anyone who has cancer, is recovering from cancer, or who is caring for someone suffering from this disease.” – Myrtle Beach Online

 

Recipes

Our cookbook features 150 recipes for cancer patients, survivors, and caregivers.

Please contact us for permission to reproduce these or any of our other recipes.

  • Peach Cardamom Honeyed Yogurt
  • Vegan Mushroom Breakfast Burritos
  • Shrimp Salad Sandwiches
  • Seitan Marinara Pasta Casserole
  • Cilantro Chicken Fajitas
  •  Tuscan White Bean Vegetable Soup
  • Vanilla Almond Chia Seed Shake
  • Zucchini Leek Latkes
  • Dark Chocolate Raisin Oat Flour Cookies
  • Super smooth Ginger Hummus

 

Images

Cover photo: Low // High // Print

Photos of recipes: Download zip

 

 

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