Cancer-Fighting Nutrients Featured in Holiday Cookbook

With all of the parties and treats brought into work, it’s no wonder people have a tendency to gain weight and be thrown off from their regular diet this time of year. Eating healthily around the holidays can be very difficult, but it doesn’t have to be. This holiday-inspired cookbook provides great recipes that are packed with cancer-fighting nutrients. Try not to look at foods as “good” or “bad,” but rather opportunities to feed your body the nutrients it needs to stay healthy. A diet that includes a great variety of foods along with fruits and vegetables at every meal or snack is your best defense against Holiday Cookbookfighting cancer.

According to Amy Glueck, RD, CSO, LD, Clinical Dietitian at Siteman Cancer Center, fresh, wholesome foods contain antioxidants, phytochemicals and vitamins and minerals that help prevent and fight cancer. Each recipe has one or more of these important components to help you stay healthy. Try some of these recipes for a delicious way to prevent cancer.

When undergoing cancer treatment, eating can be very difficult. There are three recipes in this book that are recommended to combat common side effects such as nausea and difficulty swallowing. Nutrition is key for a faster recovery.

Download you own copy of The Healthy Holiday Cookbook today.

 

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Barnes-Jewish Hospital at Washington University Medical Center is the largest hospital in Missouri and the largest private employer in the St. Louis region. An affiliated teaching hospital of Washington University School of Medicine, Barnes-Jewish Hospital has a 1,800 member medical staff with many who are recognized as "Best Doctors in America." They are supported by residents, interns and fellows, in addition to nurses, technicians and other health-care professionals.

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