Recommended reading

This page provides links to self-help lifestyle books and resources. If you are are aware of other books which you feel could benefit visitor to this site, please feel free to contact us and make a recommendation.

The author Professor Robert Thomas is a leading consultant Oncologist, a teacher at Cambridge University and a professor of Biological and sports science at Coventry University. This book has been written with the help of patients, nutritionists and exercise professions. It explains the lifestyle and dietary measures that reduce the risk of cancer, enable people to cope with the symptoms and help prevent relapse – learn more.

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The author Alison Bailey is a Specialist Breast cancer Nurse at King Edwards VII’s Hospital. ‘One Step at a Time’ has been written by patients to help others learn from their experiences

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With an emphasis on individual family health history and an acknowledgement that everyone needs something different, Dr Michael Greger offers practical dietary advice to help you make effective decisions about your diet in order to live a longer and healthier life.

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Optimum nutrition is a revolution in health care – it entails giving your body the best possible intake of nutrients to allow you to be as healthy as you can be. Through easy-to-follow questionnaires and a simple step-by-step plan THE OPTIMUM NUTRITION BIBLE shows you what to eat and what nutrients to take to live a healthier, happier life.

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Switch on your body’s fat-burning powers, supercharge weight loss and help stave off disease with this easy-to-follow diet developed by the experts in nutritional medicine who introduced the world to Sirtfoods. Dark chocolate, coffee, kale – these are all foods that activate sirtuins and switch on the so-called ‘skinny gene’ pathways in the body.