The power of food and the Definitive Guide to Cancer
Posted Oct 09 2007 12:00am
After participating in the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life event for the last two years, I see more and more in my small community people diagnosed, dying and (thank goodness) surviving cancer. Just in my children's school community (300+ students) we've lost a kindergartner and a dad to brain cancer, and one of our moms had a double mastectomy this summer.
When FSB Associates sent me this 536-page textbook, I was amazed how comprehensive this second edition was. The Definitive Guide to Cancer will help patients and their caregivers learn about causes and prevention of cancer. They'll also learn how to offset the side effects of conventional medicine and evaluate effective alternative treatments.
So why am I reviewing this book at a diet and food blog? The Definitive Guide to Cancer shows readers how to utilize natural therapies involving diet, lifestyle, and nutritional supplements by using a mind-body-spirit approach.
Before you think this is some kind of new age quackery, the Definitive Guide to Cancer includes current cancer research, expert interviews, and real-life stories from practitioners, patients, and caregivers. It is also peer reviewed by an editorial board of integrative practitioners.