Food for Life: Festive recipes from Yes to Life

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Food for Life: Festive recipes from Yes to Life

Postby Edana » Tue Dec 19, 2017 12:21 pm

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Following on from our previous post, we wanted to share with you some delicious festive recipes from Yes to Life's Food for Life series...

We have gluten free 'it's Christmas thyme' mini puddings, which you can watch here:

And a gluten free festive 'no-turkey' roast, which you can watch here:

Food for Life is a recipe series aimed at supporting people with cancer. Yes to Life have collaborated with consultant oncologist Professor Robert Thomas, founder of CancernetUK and author of ‘Lifestyle after Cancer’, vegan chef Day Radley and, founder of Live Lean Health, Chantal Di Donato to put this together.

Working alongside experts in the field of food, nutrition and lifestyle, the healthy living series consists of six videos of seasonal, easy to follow, easy to make, healthy, nutritious and tasty recipes.

“There is an increasing body of evidence to suggest that at least 50% of cancers could be prevented by healthy living, particularly nutrition. It is also very relevant after a cancer diagnosis because a healthy, nutritious diet can help reduce the odds of relapse, and can also help people to cope with the many side effects like fatigue, joint pains, hot flushes and weight gain.” - Professor Robert Thomas Consultant Oncologist at Cambridge and Bedford

Remember to subscribe to our YouTube channel to catch the next recipe.

To find out more about Yes to Life, visit:

Cancer is a very serious and individual disease. Users must consult with experts in their appropriate medical field before taking up any form of treatment. The information in this video is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice nor is it intended to be for medical diagnosis or treatment.
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