Diet & Nutrition

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Read February 8, 2023

A Dietitian Dispels 3 Myths About Eating Well With Cancer

Between the internet, TV, and the media, we have access to an abundance of information, but it’s not always accurate. Cancer nutrition is one area where myths and misconceptions can create confusion and needless worry. Oncology dietitian Chelsey Schneider, of Savor Health, spoke with our Senior Director of Education and Outreach, Rachel Saks, about ways to eat healthy after a cancer diagnosis. Schneider also cleared up 3 nutrition myths that oncology dietitians commonly hear. Keep reading to learn the myths, and the facts that debunk them.

Diet & Nutrition

Eating healthy is important during cancer treatment and after treatment has ended, as you navigate survivorship. Learn tips to maintain a healthy diet at every step of your journey, including coping with treatment-related eating problems and creating a healthy lifestyle plan.
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Read March 30, 2021

5 Cancer Support Resources for National Nutrition Month

A healthy diet is an important part of anyone’s care, including those who have been impacted by cancer. When National Nutrition Month rolls around each March, it’s a good reminder to make a commitment to healthy eating habits. Here, we share five CSC resources to help you get started.
Quinoa Tabbouleh

Quinoa Tabbouleh

Perfect for a lunch, light dinner, or side dish, this quinoa tabbouleh is nutritionally balanced and full of bright flavors. Unlike traditional tabbouleh, this version is high in protein and fiber with the use of whole grain quinoa. For a complete meal, add seasoned ground chicken or turkey breast for a fresh and hearty salad.