Minimizing Cancer Treatment Symptoms With This Easy Lifestyle Change

What's the link between inflammation and cancer? Prolonged inflammation can damage your body's healthy cells and increase your cancer risk. But you can take steps to reduce inflammation by making these healthy lifestyle choices.

Written by Lilibeth Kingston on June 13, 2022


Cancer is a complex disease that needs specific, specialistic treatment and frequently involves a large team of physicians and caretakers. Your specific cancer experience and the obstacles you have faced or may face are unique.

These obstacles might stem from the disease, treatment side effects, making treatment decisions, interacting with treatment personnel, or the impact cancer has on your life. It's easy to become overwhelmed. You are not alone if you are feeling this way.


Inflammation and anti-inflammatory diets have a role in cancer prevention and therapy. There are a lot of studies on the association between chronic inflammation and a variety of significant health disorders, including diabetes, heart disease, Alzheimer's disease, and cancer, with researchers discovering a clear link between chronic inflammation and an increased risk of cancer.


Siana Bailey, a mother of 2, has been diagnosed with breast cancer. She began 8 rounds of dose-dense chemotherapy on March 11, 2020, had a double mastectomy, 25 rounds of radiation, and experienced a variety of problems.


Siana is currently on a recovery path and tells her tale of hope, faith, thankfulness, and tenacity, as well as how she used food's therapeutic characteristics for consolation and to relieve inflammatory symptoms throughout treatment. One of the difficulties with cancer treatment regimens is that they can make patients feel nauseous and exhausted, making it difficult to stick to any form of diet.


“The symptoms I’ve experienced during treatment include pain and fatigue, anemia, mouth problems, nausea/weight change/dietary issues, and hair, skin, and nail problems. For a while, my symptoms got so bad that we needed to recalibrate the whole treatment plan. And we had to do that over and over. That is until my doctor got help from a nutritionist studying cancer patients. My new nutritionist put me on an anti-inflammatory meal plan. She recommended Anti-Inflammatory Meal Plan for Beginners to start my journey.”


Siana concentrated on a varied diet rich in fruit, vegetables, lean protein, herbs and spices, healthy grains, nuts, and seeds to help address this problem and counteract the negative effects of her medication.


What's the link between inflammation and cancer? Prolonged inflammation can damage your body's healthy cells and increase your cancer risk. But you can take steps to reduce inflammation by making these healthy lifestyle choices.


When it comes to preventing chronic inflammation, research consistently leads to four crucial lifestyle factors: exercise, stress reduction, weight management, and a good diet. This implies including anti-inflammatory meals and avoiding inflammatory foods when it comes to diet and inflammation.


“My new meal plan from the Anti-Inflammatory Meal Plan for Beginners worked as quick as a week in! It was my own personal insight on just how nutrition is an important thing to consider when you're getting cancer treatment. Eating healthy foods before, during, and after treatment can help you feel better and stay stronger,” she said. “ But cancer and its treatment can sometimes cause problems that can make it hard to eat.”


“During treatment, it is important to look at the overall diet you consume instead of focusing on individual foods. The anti-inflammatory diet, consisting of colorful foods, is full of foods that can fight low-grade chronic inflammation during treatment. It is all about focusing on your pattern of eating as opposed to choosing a few particular foods to reduce inflammation.”


These foods supplied Siana with nourishment and comfort, as well as relief from tongue sensitivity, dryness, and discomfort produced by her treatments. “If I had a dry mouth, I would drink more tea and broths and avoid crunchy meals. I would eat soft and fluffy foods like potatoes, eggs, grits, or smoothies, as well as warming soups with soft vegetables.”

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"This is a complete guide to what you will need to start making critical changes to the way you eat! The authors make what could be challenging for most of us completely doable. They lay out a simple to follow plan including tips for how to prepare for change. Another plus is that most of the recipes contain less than eight ingredients. So happy I bought this book!"

Lilibeth Greichlend


"I absolutely love this book! For years I had constant pain throughout my body. All the test came back negative. I decided to go on an anti inflammatory diet and bought this book. The book breaks done your shopping list for you along with what to eat three meals a day, for 2 weeks and extra recipes. After one month, I lost 14 pounds, pain is almost gone, I am sleeping better, and my energy is up. I highly recommend this book to anyone that wants a life changing experience!"

Freya Miriam


"Even if you don't think you need an anti-inflammation eating plan, you will find many delicious recipes in this book. I admit we haven't tried most of them, but the recipes we've prepared have been delicious. There's a solid introduction to the concepts of anti-inflammation diets and the book gives many options for vegans, vegetarians, paloes, etc. The recipes are not super complicated and do not require many weird ingredients. Our naturopath suggested that my husband and I go on an anti-inflammation eating plan. I highly recommend this cookbook."

Tom Miller


"I found this book to be most helpful in planning recipes that definitely help to reduce inflammation and bring weight loss. I really wasn't expecting weight loss with this book but I shed about three pounds the first week. I found the recipes to be very easy to follow with easy to find ingredients. I also like that the recipes are economical as they repeat as leftovers throughout the plan. There are only two weeks of meal plans in the book and that might not be enough for those looking for a longer meal schedule. If you cook, you will be able to follow the additional recipes and make your own meals off of the allowed foods list. Some recipes can be bland but I fixed that by adding additional spices and seasonings. My main goal was to get help with finding easily prepared meals that would reduce my inflammation without sacrificing on taste. I feel this book did both and I am losing weight too. I do recommend the book if you are looking for simple recipes that you can fix over the weekend and eat on throughout the week."

Georgie Denlave

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Here's What Customers Are Saying…



"The book begins with an overview of what an anti-inflammatory diet is, and what it all means. Helping one to understand can lead to someone making life changes. The book continues showing all the benefits of using this lifestyle choice As the book progresses, it shows what foods to eat and what to avoid. This may be a struggle because many foods that taste good are bad for the body. The book begins to show recipes of what is good to eat for the body. Many people love eggs. And there are a variety of egg recipes. There are many nuts, and seeds in a lot of these which are good for the body. For those who love such things as Tofu for breakfast, this book would be good for you. If you don’t like tofu there are other options such as meats and fish. Overall, I enjoy this book and I hope others can find something they can enjoy eating!"

-Keith Justine


"I bought this book after a significant flare up from rheumatoid arthritis which left me hospitalised, unable to move. Since buying this book I've adjusted what I eat on a daily basis and added in things that act as an anti inflammatory. It has done wonders, I've noticed a real difference, possibly even more so than medication."

-Amy Beirhaus



"This is a great cookbook to purchase if you are looking to eat healthier, but still have great taste and flavor along with the healthiness of the meal. I loved that the introduction was so informative about the anti-inflammatory diet; the author even lists out reported benefits of switching to the anti-inflammatory lifestyle. One of these benefits was “less stress about what to eat.” Meal planning with these healthy recipes will definitely help end the neverending “what’s for dinner” question that plagues your family almost nightly. There are tips included to help you follow the lifestyle, which are helpful to those who find themselves often falling off of the wagon. There is a special section with tips on what foods to eat to follow this lifestyle, along with what foods to avoid to follow this lifestyle. There are too many under that “avoid” list that are sitting in my pantry, but it’s never too late to start eating healthier!"

- Therese Julianne


“Amazing! A great way to start out a diet! Love this book, simple and very informative. Hope it will help to change my eating behavior. I absolutely loved the sheer number of recipes that were included in this cookbook!  This is a fabulous cookbook to have in your arsenal. Plenty of recipes to choose from so that you won’t have to keep making the same five meals over and over again.”

-Fiero Smith

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“You'll enter treatment with resources to assist maintain your strength, energy level, and infection defenses. A balanced diet can also help to prevent the breakdown of bodily tissue and the formation of new tissues. People who eat healthily are better equipped to deal with treatment side effects, she said. “You could even be able to tolerate larger dosages of certain medications. Some cancer therapies, in fact, function better in people who are well-nourished and consume adequate calories and protein.”


“Monitoring your progress allows you to identify what is functioning well and what needs to be tweaked. Even though this is an important step in gaining more control over cancer's influence on your life, many of us overlook it. Make a list of your objectives and keep track of your progress. When you get stuck, make a note of it and try again. Set a regular time during the day to check in with yourself and note your progress in a diary, chart, or on your calendar or phone.”


“This may be best meal plan book I have ever purchased. It is so easy to follow, the recipes are not complicated, the way the information about anti-inflammatory eating is presented makes you feel excited about doing yourself a favor and eating better. I have a shelf of diet plans and cookbooks that are simply too complex to put to use in my world. This book is informative and affordable and easy to apply to your daily routine”

Siana has gone through her cancer treatment without a hitch after she started her anti-inflammatory diet. Currently, she is cancer-free.

"Even though I am in remission, I make sure to still eat meals that are anti-inflmmatory. Sometimes cancer can be passed on to children so I'm lowering their risk of cancer while they're young. My whole family loves the meals from the Anti-Inflammatory Meal Plan for Beginners so I have no problem feeding them healthy and nutritious meals!"

Highly Recommended by Experts and Cancer Patients!

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