Table of contents for What to eat if you have cancer : healing foods that boost your immune system / Maureen Keane and Daniella Chace.

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Contents
Foreword
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Part I: The Body, Cancer, and Nutrition
1 The Microscopic World Inside You
2 Organs and Organ Systems
3 Cancer: When Good Cells Go Bad
4 The Body Strikes Back
5 Carbohydrates and Cancer
6 Lipids, Fats, and Cancer
7 Protein and Cancer
8 Vitamins and Cancer
9 Minerals and Cancer
10 Antioxidants, Phytochemicals, and Cancer
Part II Diet Plans: Developing Your Nutritional Therapy Regime
11 Friendly Fire: The Nutritional Side Effects of Treatment
12 Pre-diet Preparation
13 Counting Calories, Carbs, and Fat: Making Your Diet Plan Work for You
14 Higher Carb, Lower Fat Diet
15 Lower-Carbohydrate Diet
16 Meal-Planning When You Need to Gain or Lose Weight 
17 Meal-Planning When You Are Undergoing Chemotherapy and Radiation
18 Recipes
Appendix A: Resources for Patients and Families
Appendix B: Suggested Reading Materials
Appendix C: References
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Cancer -- Diet therapy.
Cancer -- Nutritional aspects.