The Cancer Diet – Providing Plant-Based, Low Methionine Meals for Cancer Patients & Survivors

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Cancer is a disease that affects everyone.  Whether it be a friend, a relative, or a colleague, we all know someone afflicted with the disease. While there are many known methods of combating cancer, few are consistently effective or painless.

Nancy Crabbs was diagnosed with inflammatory breast cancer in 2011 and given less than a year to live. Though devastated, she was determined to conquer all odds and live a healthy, long life.

Nancy began eating a plant-based, low methionine diet. The success of the diet led to the creation of The Cancer Diet app.

Providing cancer patients and survivors a chance at fighting the disease through a plant-based low methionine meal, this app has revolutionized how to fight back against the disease.

Nancy found that this diet, which can be used with chemotherapy and radiation, worked for her and over 70 people she has recommended it to, all of which are cancer survivors.

From healthy living hacks to copious recipes, the app is chockfull of ways that survivors and patients can lead a long and healthy lifestyle.

Once you’ve logged in, you can find different recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even dessert.

And you can save your recipes to create a cookbook of options available to you at a moment’s notice.

So, if you or someone you know is battling cancer and looking for an alternative, healthy way to fight the disease, visit or download the app by heading to the Google Play or App Store today.

Also, make sure to watch for the 111 recipe cookbook on Amazon called The Cancer cookbook.

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