The diet for cancer patients is unique — but don’t get caught up on “diet.” When you’re fighting cancer, nutrition is paramount. If you’re undergoing cancer treatment your body needs certain foods and nutrients. Eating the foods that most benefit your body help with keeping up your strength and energy and help you heal and recover faster.

FAQ – Why is meat forbidden?

First of all, understand that during a cancer treatment, a person should not eat anything that is not building the immune system or killing cancer cells. For some kinds of cancer, meat eaters (especially red…

Soy

The 5 Worst ‘Health’ Foods in Your Diet

Somewhere around the early-to-mid-20th Century, Americans started to become very trusting in manufacturer’s food labels. Actually, they’ve become too trusting. The situation has become so serious that most people today are absolutely clueless about what to…

Herbs and spices

Top 5 herbs and spices to have in your pantry

Herbs and spices have been used for culinary and medicinal purposes since the beginning of time. Their nutritional benefits are outstanding and enhance foods in so many different ways that people are still figuring out…

Meg’s Oatmeal

This recipe is provided by Meg Wolff, a two-time cancer survivor and healthy food expert. She’d like people to better understand how important a role healthy food plays in our lives. You can visit her…

Kale

Cancer-preventative powers of superfood kale

Kale is a nutrient-dense “superfood” that has a tremendous range of health benefits that exceeds its individual nutrient properties. It is classified along with collards, Brussel sprouts, cabbage and other vegetables within the Brassica family.…

Ginger

Ginger as an antioxidant and natural cancer fighter

Nutritionally dense foods that offer us health benefits beyond the sum of the individual nutrients they contain are called superfoods. These foods contain essential amino acids, phytonutrients that act as antioxidants, and healthy fatty acids.…

Keto Diet

An insider’s perspectives on the Ketogenic Diet

There are a wide variety of dietary recommendations available online, in books, or in practitioners’ offices, with different amounts of carbohydrates, fat, and protein, each purporting to be helpful to people in general and cancer…

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