The Strang Cookbook For Cancer Prevention
A Complete Nutrition And Lifestyle Plan To Dramatically Lower Your Cancer RiskBook - 1998
The Strang Cancer Prevention Center, affiliated with The New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center, has taken a leading role in advocating a low-fat, high-fiber diet rich in nutrients that can safeguard the body from disease. Now the Center's experts have brought together the latest health information with delicious recipes from some of America's top chefs in an easy-to-use guide for anyone who wants to eat better and live longer. Up to 80 percent of all cancers can be prevented by the kinds of changes in diet and lifestyle outlined in this book. Provides the latest information on the links between cancer and nutrition, especially the role of phytochemicals. Features recipes from the distinguished chefs of such notable restaurants as Bouley, Lespinasse, and the Union Square Cafe, simple enough for the home cook. Highlights practical ways to gain the benefits from exercise, weight loss, and reduced environmental stress that can help boost cancer prevention. Includes dozens of tips to boost your daily intake of fruits, vegetables, and other important nutrients. The Strang Cancer Prevention Center is one of the leading cancer research programs in the country.
Publisher: New York, NY : Dutton 1998
Branch Call Number: ANF 616.994052
Characteristics: 411 p
Alternative Title: Cookbook for cancer prevention