The After Cancer Diet: How To Live Healthier Than Ever Before

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For the more than 11 million cancer survivors in the United States, a healthy lifestyle is essential after treatment. Cancer wellness writer Suzanne Boothby aims to provide this invaluable information to cancer survivors in her book, THE AFTER CANCER DIET.

In it, Suzanne shares what cancer survivors should eat, drink, and do to remain cancer-free for life, including sample recipes, regular exercise routines, detox programs, and overall advice for leading a healthy, happy life full of creativity and joy.

Foreword by Richard Boothby, M.D.

"In Suzanne Boothby’s new e-book, The After Cancer Diet, she explores ways survivors can live a preventative lifestyle so they can continue to thrive. Along with her own research and nutrition coaching experience the book includes advice and insight from her father, Dr. Richard Boothby, a cancer physician for more than 25 years. They talk holistically about all the ways to maintain health including food, drinks, exercise, stress, happiness and detoxing." —Kerry Monaghan, Nutrition and Wellness Coach at Eleven Eleven Wellness Center
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About the author

Suzanne Boothby is a Brooklyn-based wellness writer, certified health coach and cook. She is a proud graduate of Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism and The Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She also has an advanced certificate in Health Coaching from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and received training as a California-certified Master Gardener.

As a foodie and health expert, Suzanne loves to coach clients to find vegetable variety and cook delicious food. She has been researching, writing and editing about holistic health and wellness, food politics and gardening for more than a decade. She has worked as an editor and freelance writer for many different magazines and newspapers across the United States and in New Zealand, including Mother Jones Magazine, Chicago Life Magazine, Seattle Conscious Choice, Organic New Zealand, EmpowHer.com and others.

In addition to The After Cancer Diet: How To Live Healthier Than Ever Before, Suzanne co-wrote and edited Integrative Nutrition: Feed Your Hunger for Health and Happiness. She also edited and contributed to the Go Green East Harlem Cookbook (Jones Books) and Simple Food for Busy Families: The Whole Life Nutrition Approach (Ten Speed Press).

When she is not writing or cooking, she loves traveling, gardening, yoga and dance. Visit www.suzanneboothby.com to learn more.
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Publisher
Diversion Books
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Published on
Sep 28, 2011
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Pages
74
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ISBN
9780983839552
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Language
English
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Genres
Health & Fitness / Diseases / Cancer
Medical / Chemotherapy
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