About your Nutritionist, Kimberly Mathai
Kimberly Mathai, RD, RDN, CDE, has helped hundreds of individuals, families and children with their nutrition needs for over a decade. Her private nutrition therapy practice is located in Seattle, WA. She earned a master’s degree in integrative nutrition from Bastyr University and completed her clinical training at Tulane University.
Kimberly enjoys hiking, biking, swimming, cross country skiing and urban culture of all kinds.
Kimberly is the author of The Cancer Lifeline Cookbook and The Cancer Wellness Cookbook and a national presenter on the topic of nutrition and cancer. As a certified diabetes educator, she counsels individuals and groups on diabetic nutrition. She has expertise in nutrition therapies for autism spectrum disorder, and has been published in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association on treating autistic children. Kimberly has written chapters on adult nutrition and complementary therapies published in major nutrition textbooks used in university nutrition and nursing programs. She mentors naturopathic students and nutrition degree students from Bastyr University in her private practice.
The Cancer Wellness Cookbook
Whether you are a cancer patient undergoing treatment, a caregiver, or a survivor, you’ll find this cookbook and nutritional guide essential—it includes the latest scientific research on improving the lives of people living with cancer. Created by Seattle’s Cancer Lifeline, The Cancer Wellness Cookbook features nutritional plans and 100 recipes focusing on the foods that have been shown to prevent and forestall the spread of cancer. With super healthy and delicious ingredients like berries, mushrooms, beans, tomatoes, and fish, these dishes taste great and are filled with the nutrients that aid a person undergoing chemotherapy and other cancer treatments.
The Cancer Lifeline Cookbook
After 30 years of providing counseling and support for people living with cancer, the Cancer Lifeline organization’s cookbook presents up-to-date nutritional information (including the Top Ten Super Foods that may protect and fight against cancer) along with practical strategies for making healthy eating a daily practice and suggestions for reducing the side effects of treatment. It features 100 easy-to-make recipes from the nation’s top chefs and from some cancer patients and survivors, including Blueberry Breakfast Cake, Honey-Glazed Green Beans with Almonds, and Citrus Chicken. These resources and more make it a natural choice for cancer survivors, people living with cancer, and those interested in a health-conscious diet.