Click the 'View this item online' link above to view the recording of this What's On session webinar: Dr Maree Brinkman outlines the guidelines for a healthy diet applicable to everyone. This webinar was recorded on Monday, 17 September at the Counterpart Resource Centre in Melbourne. Note that this video is only available online until the

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Cover image of 'Everyday Strength'

This beautifully presented book by Sam Mannering and Karen McMillan is a collection of tips and recipes for people who are experiencing cancer treatment. Includes hair, skin and nail care, emotional wellbeing tips, dealing with fatigue, loss of appetite and nausea, and side effects of hormone therapy. Tempting recipes include soups, teas and smoothies. This

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Cover image of A guide to survivorship for women who had ovarian cancer

This is the second edition of this popular book by Robert E. Bristow, Terri L. Cornelison and F.J. Montz. It features detailed information on ovarian cancer diagnosis, treatment, pain management, integrative medicine, recovery, nutrition and genetic testing. Includes advice from women who have coped with the disease and treatments.

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This ebook was written for citizens of Massachusetts who have survived any type of cancer, but most of it is relevant to anyone who has had cancer.  It aims to help cancer survivors "prepare for the journey ahead and improve the quality of your life". The ebook follows the 6 dimensions of wellness, according to the National

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Cover image of 'The patient chef'.

This is a collection of recipes and tips from cancer patients and their carers to help people deal with nutrition, loss of appetite and weight loss during chemotherapy, radiotherapy and following surgery. Includes juices and smoothies, substantial soups, tempting main dishes and desserts.

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Comprehensive guide to nutrition and healthy eating by Australian dietitian and nutritionist, Catherine Saxelby. Includes a small section specifically looking at cancer and diet.

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Professor Kerryn Phelps AM writes about cancer from diagnosis, through treatment and recovery. Chapters include: Diagnosis Dealing with cancer emotionally Cancer specific treatments Adjunctive therapies Symptoms and side effects of cancer treatment Lifestyle adjustments to support recovery Most common forms of cancer (includes breast and cervical cancers).

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A former president of the British Naturopathic Association discusses the role of naturopathy in rebuilding the body and restoring health during and after cancer treatment.

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In this book, the author makes a compelling case for playing an active part in managing your health/illness through adjusting diet, stimulating the immune system, and addressing psychological issues, among other approaches. Ideas in the book are research based, and the author writes from the perspectives of both integrative medicine and cancer survivor.

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This book's author is a herbalist, homeopath and yoga teacher and she provides lots of practical advice on diet, exercise, herbal remedies, osteoporosis, hormones and emotional issues. It is a self-help book written in plain language, which takes a negative view of the medical model and HRT.

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