Traditional Food Guide for Alaska Native Cancer Survivors was originally written to help cancer patients feel confident eating traditional foods, when many mainstream health care providers were questioning their safety. Considered a critical nutritional tool, the book celebrates traditional foods for their nutrition and cultural values, and provides readers with creative graphics that make nutritional values easy to understand. It’s used widely for diabetes prevention, cancer recovery and nutrition education. The ANTHC invites other Native communities to use it as a model in developing their own, culturally relevant food guides.