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Nutrition & Cancer

Nutrition and Cancer: Facts and Myths
Nutrition & Cancer
Even modest changes in diet and lifestyle can have a significant effect on patient outcomes. Patients should consume lean protein with every meal.
What to Eat to Combat Cancer-Related Fatigue
Nutrition & CancerSide-Effects Management
Fatigue is a common complaint of people facing cancer that can affect them during and after treatment. Registered Dietitian Julie Lanford provides tips on energy-boosting foods and simple nourishment ideas to help combat fatigue during cancer.
What Should People with Cancer Eat?
Nutrition & CancerWellness Corner
Nutrition plays a very important role during and after cancer treatment. Cancer dietitian Julie Lanford provides practical tips on what may be the best choices for you during treatment, and how to maintain a healthy diet when treatment is over.
Following Exercise and Nutrition Guidelines Can Prolong Life After a Cancer Diagnosis
Exercise & CancerNutrition & CancerSurvivorship
The American Cancer Society guidelines recommend that survivors engage in physical activity at least 150 minutes a week, and follow diets rich in vegetables, fruits, and whole grains, limiting red and processed meats.
Coffee and Cancer—Again?
Cancer ResearchNutrition & Cancer
A new law in California revives the debate about coffee and cancer. However, according to the American Institute for Cancer Research, hundreds of studies show that coffee doesn’t cause cancer in humans.
Herbs, Supplements, and Cancer Treatment
Nutrition & CancerWellness Corner
Herbs and supplements have properties that can interact with your cancer treatment, so it is important to talk to your care team about which herbs and supplements may be right for you.
Reduce Cancer Risk With Your Fork
Nutrition & CancerPreventionWellness Corner
March is National Nutrition Month! Jennifer Redlich, RD, LDN, offers some readily available cancer-preventing foods you don’t want to overlook on your next trip to the supermarket.
Diet and Cancer Prevention
Nutrition & CancerPreventionWellness Corner
Results of a new study published in Nature suggest that avoiding a protein called asparagine, may help to prevent the spreading of triple-negative breast cancer to other organs in the body.
Staying Hydrated During Cancer Treatment
Nutrition & CancerWellness Corner
Oncology Nurse Deborah Gomer shares her insights about the challenges of staying hydrated during cancer treatment and offers a recipe for making your own, healthy alternative to energy drinks.
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