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“Rebecca Katz believes in ‘the power of yum,’ ...And the recipes and information included in this new book testify to her mastery of the concept. ...The treasure trove of delicious, nutrient-packed (and beautifully photographed) recipes...bring both joy and optimal healing to readers.”
Women & Cancer, April 2010

"a must-have for all who are going through cancer radiation or chemotherapy treatments."
—HealthCastle.com, the largest online nutrition community run by Registered Dietitians, February 2010

"It's rare that I'm blown away by a cookbook..., but The Cancer-Fighting Kitchen is rad. ...Yum."
Beliefnet.com
 
"it cuts through all the confusing data and offers tangible ways to reach out and be helpful."
Orange County Register
 
“Filled with delicious and delightful recipes, the book IS fun. It is a valuable resource not only for those battling cancer and for their caregivers but also for those of us blessed with good health.”
United Media Syndicate

“Cancer treatments such as surgery, chemotherapy and radiation can be almost as hard on the body as the disease itself, and detailed nutrition advice is usually not on the program. This informative guide to fighting cancer from the inside out...corrects that with a wealth of easy, immediate steps to speed up the healing process through diet. ...Katz’s experience with cancer patients and their long, often frustrating recovery lends authority to her wise, common-sense approach.”
Publishers Weekly, STARRED REVIEW
 
“If you or someone you love is battling this tough, tenacious illness, you’ll want to use every tool The Cancer-Fighting Kitchen provides.”
Energy Times 
 
"An amazing book...with flavorful recipes...simply delicious."
—Washington Post 

 
“anyone who wants to eat healthfully would love this book.”
Oregonian
 
“a must-have cookbook for learning how to cook and eat during treatment and after.” —Kairol Rosenthal, author of Everything Changes: The Insider’s Guide to Cancer in Your 20s and 30s
 
“the meals are so tasty anyone can enjoy them.”
National Examiner
 
IACP Award Finalist profile: "Yum is a theme in this book. The recipes are...packed not only with nutrition but flavor."
—projectfoodie.com

“Rebecca Katz has produced an invaluable resource. Instead of telling patients to ‘just eat a balanced diet,’ we can now show them how to control disease and optimize health with delicious, nourishing food from The Cancer-Fighting Kitchen. I recommend this book highly.”
—Andrew Weil, MD, founder and program director of the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine and author of 8 Weeks to Optimum Health and The Healthy Kitchen

The Cancer-Fighting Kitchen is an incredibly rich and satisfying resource--it is a must for people living with and beyond cancer, and should be mandatory reading for all health care professionals. This great gift will have a profound impact on the health and well-being of all who partake!”
—Donald Abrams, MD, chief of hematology and oncology at San Francisco General Hospital, integrative oncologist at the UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine, and coauthor of Integrative Oncology

The Cancer-Fighting Kitchen elegantly combines the science of healthy nutrition with the wisdom of the heart and soul. This beautiful book illuminates a clear path to nourish the body, and provides clear and inspiring guidance to make the process easy, simple, and joyful. I am delighted to recommend this wonderful resource for people living with cancer and their loved ones.”
—Jeremy Geffen, MD, medical oncologist and author of The Journey Through Cancer: Healing and Transforming the Whole Person

“If food is medicine, Rebecca Katz is one of the great healers. The Cancer-Fighting Kitchen is a book for anyone who wants to eat as if their life matters.”
—Rachel Naomi Remen, MD, author of Kitchen Table Wisdom and My Grandfather’s Blessings

“There is no substitute for eating healthfully, especially when diagnosed with cancer. This wonderful resource makes nutritious foods easy to prepare, attractive to look at, and tasty to eat. It is the best I have seen.”
—Joseph Pizzorno, ND, editor-in-chief of Integrative Medicine and coauthor of Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine and Natural Medicine for the Prevention and Treatment of Cancer

“A book to nourish loved ones. The Cancer-Fighting Kitchen: Nourishing, Big Flavor Recipes for Cancer Treatment and Recovery--This is a book I have added to my shelf and it will always be within reach. I think this book could be called many things--a mother's handbook to nourishing your loved ones or cooking to cure. I know my family and friends will benefit from my new favorite book the next time I need to cook something to make them feel better.”
—Regina Charboneau for The Atlantic.com

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

As the senior chef-in-residence and nutritional educator at one of the country’s leading cancer wellness centers, REBECCA KATZ, MS, is the culinary link bringing together physicians and patients with a common goal: eating well to maximize cancer treatments, minimize side effects, and improve outcomes. She is the founder of the Inner Cook, a Bay Area culinary practice that specializes in meeting the specific nutritional and appetite needs of cancer patients, and a senior chef at Commonweal Cancer Help Program in Marin County, California. Katz has been a guest chef and lecturer at top academic medical centers throughout the country, including the annual Food As Medicine conference. Visit www.rebeccakatz.com for more information.

MAT EDELSON is an award-winning medical, science, and sports journalist and the former director of the Johns Hopkins Health News Minute, a nationally syndicated consumer health radio feature. He lives in Baltimore, Maryland.

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114 von 117 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Excellent Source for Cancer Patients 9. November 2009
Von Kathryn Bunkovsky - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
I have been using the Keith Block Life Over Cancer book as a bible to help with complementary treatment for my dad who has been diagnosed with cancer. On a very common and uneducated level about this disease, I have done everything I can to learn about cancer and through all that I have read, I have learned that nutrition and diet is a major factor attributing to the spread of this disease. There are many cookbooks out there that claim they have cancer fighting recipes and they may very well contain recipes that will help prevent cancer, so I don't disregard them. But, this is the very first book that I have found that every recipe contained in it will help seriously combat the disease while you are dealing with it. IT IS TRULY A BOOK FOR CANCER PATIENTS, not just a book for those who are looking to prevent cancer. This book is full of information and contains recipes that truly make your body a hostile environment for cancer cells to survive. It is such a relief to finally find a book such as The Cancer Fighting Kitchen to help with authentic recipes that arm the patient or careperson with more knowledge and information to help combat this disease.
153 von 165 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
This is new proof that food is indeed love. 27. August 2009
Von Julie in the Kitchen - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
"Cancer Fighting Kitchen" isn't just a cookbook; nor is another treatise on nutritional philosophy. It's indeed a cookbook, but so much more. Now that I've spent a couple of days with it, I know it's a nutritional arsenal with the kind of firepower that's perfect for what can seem like a tough assignment: cooking for someone going through cancer treatment. But whether you're cooking for someone who really needs to eat well in order to heal-- or you just want to understand how the food you eat influences your overall health and wellness, this is an amazing find. The recipes look and sound simple and delicious -- I can't wait to cook my way through all of them. This is the perfect follow-up to "One Bite at a Time" -- my first real friend in the kitchen when I needed a whole new way to look at cooking. I've cooked my way through it over the last three or four years, and I'm ready for the next step and this is it. Her Magic Mineral Broth is an amazing elixir that aids in whatever ails you -- I've made gallons of it, and now I'm thrilled to see two new takes on the basic recipe in this book.

This time Rebecca Katz offers us lots of easily digestible nutritional science along with recipes that look so tempting that I can almost taste and smell them just from the photos. But it is her disarming and sympathetic humor that leads you into each chapter and recipe with a little smile of recognition and a tidbit of personal insight. The Culinary Pharmacy section in her "Cancer fighting Toolkit" is worth the purchase price alone. It's a virtual encyclopedia of what we're all trying to learn about ingredients that add health-supportive magic to what we slave over in the kitchen. At a time when food TV is busily persuading us that cooking is something between a spectator sport and a reality show, this book points us back to what preparing food should be -- a loving spoonful of something special and sustaining. You don't need to be a patient or a caregiver to appreciate all that is in these pages, but if you are, this book is an amazing gift.
199 von 218 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Not if you are the patient 12. März 2011
Von trotsky - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
There is a lot of very valuable information in this book, no doubt. And the recipes look gorgeous and taste good too.

BUT, if you are the patient and you pick a recipe because it's supposed to be good for fatigue and it takes you a frantic hour on your feet to make it, it kind of misses the point. The few recipes I've tried have all been labor intensive, and require many ingredients which generally all have to be minced, diced, or crushed separately, involve a number of utensils, have to be blended in batches, and/or involve small amounts of many fresh herbs ($4 a variety at my supermarket) or unusual vegetables (3 Tbs of finely diced fennel).

If somebody else were cooking for me, I'd probably have a different opinion. But for me, I'll probably read it, and possiblyy adapt some of my own recipes in the light of her information. But I'm not going to make these particular recipes any more.
68 von 76 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
A Cookbook and So Much More! 12. Oktober 2009
Von ChrisCooks - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
This is book is so much more than just a cookbook. I purchased this for myself and for a friend who has a brother currently undergoing cancer treatment. When the book arrived in the mail, we sat down on the front steps of my house and flipped through the pages together. We were drawn in by how delicious the recipes sounded and looked throughout, and quickly found that beyond the recipes this book is a wonderful step-by-step guide to how one can put the kitchen to work in healing and the wellness of others. This book briefly discusses research that has been conducted with regard to food and cancer, the healing properties of ingredients found in these recipes, strategies for eating before and after treatment, and how caregivers can set up support teams for patients so that no individual feels overwhelmed by the care giving task. There is even a resource guide at the back of the book that provides a myriad of sources for people to turn to for cancer support and food information. We were blown away by the breadth of information contained inside. There are recipes to suit all taste buds and for someone who does not have cancer but likes to eat for good health, like me, this has also been a great resource. The recipes tried so far have been delicious.
Five stars to the author for handling a heavy topic with sensitivity and smarts. I wish this cookbook had been published years ago! A must read.
59 von 68 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Great info, but recipes WAY too labor intensive 18. Mai 2011
Von bluejeanamy - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
I'm a twenty-something and my thirty-something husband is going through chemo. With a toddler always underfoot, it can be a challenge to cook ANYTHING let alone the labor intensive meals in this book.

I really appreciate (and continuously reference) the index in the first third of the book. It describes the cancer fighting properties of many common foods and also simple ways to combat taste and eating issues. These sections have proven invaluable.

However! I've cooked probably 10 or so recipes from the book and each one is VERY involved. Many different steps, lots of chopping, a million different pots and knives and bowls. WOW. I'm not even the one going through chemo and I'm exhausted (and my kitchen's a huge mess) after each one. No doubt, the recipes are tasty and healthful. But I need EASY easy easy. I can't even imagine an elderly and sick chemo patient opening up this book and trying something. No way, dude.
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