Recommended Reading

There’s a lot to read on the topic of health and cancer and there are many more on my “to-read” list but here are a few of my favorites so far:

 

Radical Remission I almost put this one down in the first chapter after reading the list of 9 “radical” lifestyle and diet changes that would be required to beat cancer.  But I read on and was glad I did.  Don’t be scared away as I almost was.  As I read on there were some changes that really resonated with me as things I could do, and I became motivated and encouraged to make those changes.

Anit-CancerI found this one fascinating.  A little more intimidating that Radical Remission in as far as making significant changes in lifestyle.  However, the research and data around cancer in our modern life was eye opening.  This book is very educational for those wanting to understand how the body and cancer uses food as well as environmental influences.

Being MortalThis book is not specifically about cancer, but is a fascinating view into the state of health and longevity in our modern society.  I personally think this book should be required reading for all medical students.  Maybe it is.

 

About clamberton

I'm wife, mother of two, former IT professional and survivor of ovarian cancer living in Atlanta GA. I've started this blog to share inspiration and sometimes maybe true gut emotion as I travel the cancer road. My hope is to make cancer a less mysterious and lonely place for others travelling this road and their caregivers.
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