Eat Better With Cancer Cookbook - in aid of Marie Curie
To help people live better with cancer, we donate $1,000 to the American Cancer Society every month.
Marie Curie is delighted to be the beneficiary of this book, which will help us to support even more people living with a terminal illness and their families. With a contribution from one of our hospice Chefs, this book brings to life a unique community collection of easy-to-cook recipes and tips for eating when living with cancer.
About Eat Better With Cancer Cookbook - in aid of Marie Curie
Welcome to the Eat Better With Cancer cookbook - the first book from Live Better With!
In this cookbook, you’ll find 92 beautiful pages of stories, tips, and recipes written by the cancer community: authors, bloggers, business owners, and so on. These are not necessarily complete meals or fancy concoctions. They are simply what those living with cancer found easy or tasty to cook and eat while going through chemo, radiation therapy, surgery and hormone therapy.
Whilst there are many other fantastic recipe books out there, we want to bring you a selection that reflects real day-to-day life. We hope that this gives you, or a loved one, some ideas, and that you also enjoy reading the tips and stories from all our contributors. And thank you to each of them for making the time to write for us (and do some home photography too)!
The RRP is £13.99 and profits raised from this book go to our partner charity, Marie Curie. We are excited and honoured to raise funds for Marie Curie, whose tireless work is world renowned. Having the opportunity to help raise further awareness of the work undertaken by Marie Curie, whilst also raising funds to support them, is at the heart of Live Better With.
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yum and nice the money goes to such a worthwile charity
I like reading what people are cooking. The recipes are tasty options and give us ideas. I like seeing that others eat what makes them comfortable. Their background stories are a good read and I'm learning from the tips.
This is a lovely idea. It's nice to see what others are eating - plain or fancy. The stories are great.