Ryan Riley is a food writer and founder of cancer cookery initiative Life Kitchen. He’s dedicated to creating delicious food for those living with cancer. #enjoyfoodagain
Following the success of our Ryan Riley recipe booklet, Life Kitchen and World Cancer Research Fund have collaborated again to bring you our latest recipe book, Flavour & Nutrition.
The new recipe book features 15 brand-new, flavoursome and nutritious dishes to help people who are experiencing taste changes as a result of cancer enjoy food again.
Often during treatment for cancer, food can seem unappealing and many people lose their appetite altogether. There are also other nutritional and dietary complications that people with cancer can experience during treatment. This is why we created a recipe book that focuses on both nutrition and flavour.
We believe that food is a big part of recovery – emotionally and physically. By focusing on flavour, we hope these new recipes help to make mealtimes more enjoyable.
Order this booklet for free or download the PDF.
Please note: physical copies are only available for UK residents
Life Kitchen was set up as a free, UK-wide cooking school to help people living with cancer by teaching cooking skills and providing recipes that help to restore the pleasure they get from food by focusing on taste.
This is an important issue as cancer treatments such as chemotherapy, radiotherapy and certain medications can affect the way foods and drinks taste, as can cancer itself.
These recipes help to tackle the loss of taste and enjoyment from food in those living with cancer by using ingredients that enhance the flavour of each dish.
I hope you enjoy these recipes and they allow you to get back the enjoyment from food again.
This booklet contains 15 nutritious and delicious recipes for people living with cancer, such as baked salmon with peas and green mayo dressing.
It can be ordered for free or you can download the PDF.
If you’re struggling to enjoy eating while going through treatment, these recipes are for you
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