Thank you for your interest in Nutrition After Cancer: What to Eat, What to Avoid!
If you’re tired of wondering what you should and should not be eating as a cancer survivor, caregiver or someone interested in risk reduction, then this series is for you! There is a lot of confusion about what is “good” and “bad” for cancer survivors to eat, but this series will teach you about the basics of a healthy diet that isn’t just good for survivors, but for everyone!
If you’re not familiar with my approach to nutrition education, I focus on giving you the most evidence-based information that is available regarding cancer and nutrition. However, it’s not just information that I find people need, it needs to be put in context!
The purpose of having a nutritious diet is to enhance your health and well-being and give you the energy to go out and ENJOY THE DAY! I find many of my clients have heightened anxiety around food choices, and that food anxiety is negatively affecting their well-being. I aim to give you the most evidence-based information and offer a bottom line message that will help you feel confident and comfortable in whatever food choices you think are best for your situation. No guilting, scaring or “should-ing!”
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Sylvia B says
I am soooo confuse, I am a very young seventy year old woman who until February of this year visited the Dr for annual checks (OBGYN & Blood levels) . In May I was diagnosed with Cervical Cancer, one lymph node next to and full hysterectomy fallowed. Next PET SCAN happens to reviled a Lung Cancer not related to the other , so another primary. I am having Radiation every day and Chemo every three weeks. I will go for the Brachytherapy at the university of Miami for a aggressive “kill all at once “ treatment . I am told NO SUGAR, NO DAIRY, NO RED MEET. How do I found a Cancer specialist Nutritionist in my area?
Julie Lanford MPH, RD, CSO, LDN says
sorry about your diagnosis. that diet sounds stricter than I would recommend. It would be wise to ask for an oncology dietitian to speak with. Or you can go to eatright.org and click on ‘find an expert’. Be sure to select oncology as a specialty you are looking for.