2014 – Cookbook Category - Finalist
2014 – Cookbook Category - Honorary Mention
Winner 2014 Great
Winner 2014 Great
Raul R. Mena, MD, Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine at UCLA School of Medicine Medical Director of the Roy and Patricia Disney Family Cancer Center, Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center
A cookbook and eating plan designed for everyday meals, featuring 225 delicious recipes, using common foods that help fight and prevent cancer
Important cancer-fighting food preparation tips
A design for successfully reorganizing your kitchen to help keep you and your family healthy
Foods to Enjoy / Foods to Avoid
Appendices listing research studies on cancer fighting foods including the latest data on what foods help fight which cancers
Written by a former chef, restaurant owner, and late-stage cancer survivor who was given a 15% chance of survival, changed her diet, and not only lived to tell the tale but thrived.
Very few of us can say that our life has been enhanced by something such as this, but I can honestly say this is true in this case. As an associate professor in gynecological oncology, it is unusual to encounter someone with both the intellect and the artistic endeavor, as demonstrated in this book of recipes.
Ronald S. Leuchter, M.D., Clinical Associate Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology, and Gynecologic Oncology, David Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA
BJ Rimel MD, Associate Director for Gynecologic Oncology Clinical Trials, Division of Gynecologic Oncology, Women’s Cancer Program, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Pam’s careful discussion of the benefits of certain foods and the potential harm of others is thoughtful and balanced. In addition, she has investigated food preparation data as it relates to cancer and included this often overlooked topic in her cookbook.
John Swartzberg, MD, FACP, Clinical Professor, Emeritus UC Berkeley School of Public Health Chair, Editorial Board, UC Berkeley Wellness Letter University of California
This cookbook is a must for anyone who wants to eat a diet that contributes to better health and aids in the prevention of chronic illnesses like heart disease and diabetes.
Incorporating sound science, a chef's sensibility, an editor's precision and common sense, this is a book you will use over and over again.