Recipes to keep you nourished not nauseous

Up to 80% of all cancer patients will experience some
form of treatment-related malnutrition.

Cancer treatment side-effects needn't take away your enjoyment of your favourites foods.

Cancer survivor, Alyx Stewart is the queen at adapting and modifying food to suit treatment side-effects.

Choose recipes based on your side-effects.

Some of our cookbooks

3 eBook Special
3 eBook Special

3 eBook Special

$29.98

Over 150+ recipes with hints and tips on how to make food side-effect friendly!

Just because we love what we do and we want you to enjoy our recipes, we are offering all the digital versions of our cookbooks at a reduced price.

Basically, you get 3 for the price of 2.

Plus... Instant Access to the downloadable files. 

Latest recipes...

Cauliflower & Turmeric Soup

Stuffed Capsicums

Pear & Ginger
Frangipane Cake

Chicken 'Suit' Soup

Videos

Wearing a mask, gloves and sanitising everything in sight is standard operating procedure for many cancer patients, those on immune-suppressing drugs.

Being able to stay in the home ‘bubble’ during the Covid lockdown has made life a lot simpler for those with cancer. At home, you can control your environment. There hasn’t been the worry of being out in public socialising and eating with friends at restaurants.

Now with restrictions lifting, how do you navigate those social situations where food is bringing people together and the stress of being out of their home is the last thing they want?

We have you covered with our quick read guide. It's free to download and available instantly!



Download Now!

Recipes to keep you nourished not nauseous.

Up to 80% of all cancer patients will experience some form of treatment-related malnutrition.

Cancer treatment side-effects needn't take away your enjoyment of your favourite foods.

Cancer survivor, Alyx Stewart is the queen at adapting and modifying food to suit treatment side-effects.

Recipes to keep you nourished
not nauseous.

Up to 80% of all cancer patients will experience some form of
treatment-related malnutrition.

Cancer treatment side-effects needn't take away your enjoyment of food.

Cancer survivor, Alyx Stewart is the queen of adapting and modifying food to suit treatment side-effects.

Recipes to keep you nourished not nauseous

Up to 80% of all cancer patients will experience some form of treatment-related malnutrition.

Cancer treatment side-effects needn't take away your enjoyment of food.

Cancer survivor, Alyx Stewart is the queen of adapting and modifying food to suit treatment side-effects.

3 eBook Special
3 eBook Special

3 eBook Special

$29.98

Over 150+ recipes with hints and tips on how to make food side-effect friendly!

Just because we love what we do and we want you to enjoy our recipes, we are offering all the digital versions of our cookbooks at a reduced price.

Basically, you get 3 for the price of 2.

Plus... Instant Access to the downloadable files. 

Breakfasts

Vege & Vegan

Mains

Desserts

Soups

High Protein

Snacks & Treats

Drinks & Smoothies

Videos

FOOD is symbolic of LOVE when words are inadequate
Alan D Wolfelt

You have the love and care in the world for your friend who is going through a bad time. You see they are struggling and want to help them with all your heart - really help them with a heartfelt constructive gesture. Somehow, sending a lovely bunch of flowers just won't cut it and say what you really want to say - "I'm here for you."
Food is our universal language of love and care. 

We have written a simple guide to help you be the most compassionate of friends.

Download your free copy here.

Breakfasts

Vege & Vegan

Mains

Drinks & Smoothies

Soups

High Protein

Snacks & Treats

Desserts

FOOD is symbolic of LOVE when words are inadequate
Alan D Wolfelt

You have the love and care in the world for your friend who is going through a bad time. You see they are struggling and want to help them with all your heart - really help them with a heartfelt constructive gesture. Somehow, sending a lovely bunch of flowers just won't cut it and say what you really want to say - "I'm here for you."

Food is our universal language of love and care. And we have written a simple guide to help you be the most compassionate of friends. 

Download your free copy here.

Pear & BLUEBERRY
baked oatmeal

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CREAMY Pumpkin Pasta

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Breakfasts

Vege & Vegan

Mains

Soups

Desserts

High
Protein

Snacks & Treats

Drinks & Smoothies

Videos

Wearing a mask, gloves and sanitising everything in sight is standard operating procedure for many cancer patients, those on immune-suppressing drugs.

Being able to stay in the home ‘bubble’ during the Covid lockdown has made life a lot simpler for those with cancer. At home, you can control your environment. There hasn’t been the worry of being out in public socialising and eating with friends at restaurants.

Now with restrictions lifting, how do you navigate those social situations where food is bringing people together and the stress of being out of their home is the last thing they want?

We have you covered with our quick read guide. It's free to download and available instantly!



Download Now!

FOOD is symbolic of LOVE when words are inadequate
Alan D Wolfelt

You have all the love and care in the world for your friend who is going through a tough time. You see they are struggling and want to help them with all your heart - really help them with a heartfelt constructive gesture. Somehow, sending a lovely bunch of flowers just won't cut it and say what you really want to say - "I'm here for you."

Food is our universal language of love and care. Nothing says love and care as much as preparing a meal for someone.

We have written a simple guide to help you be the most compassionate of friends. 


Download your free copy here.