Some good advice,
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This review is from: How to eat a Rainbow diet (Kindle Edition)
This short book (about 10 minute reading and skimming time) tries to provide dietary advice for those suffering from cancer with the aim of counteracting the chemicals being used to prolong life and well being. As my daughter is at the palliative care stage of cancer I hoped this book might give us some ideas of different foods and recipes to encourage her to eat the 'right' foods. I am not sure if this book would achieve that.
The author's prose style is very readable but it is far too informal for me. It was like reading a letter from a friend. There was not enough structure to the content. The section listing the foods in each of the rainbow colours was useful and concise and the advice on flours to use in breadmaking was helpful. However I found it difficult to read the recipes as some of the text was so small and faint that I just looked at the title and then moved on to the next page.
The most useful section of this book for me was the list of fruit and vegetables in each key colour - for that I gave it three stars