Nutrition In Cancer Care

Cancer touches everybody’s life in one way or another. But most of us know very little about how the disease works, why we treat it the way we do. The link between cancer and diet is just as mysterious as the disease itself. Much research has pointed toward certain foods and nutrients that may help prevent—or, conversely, contribute to—certain types of cancer.

Good nutrition is especially important if you have cancer because both the illness and its treatment can affect your appetite. Cancer and cancer treatments can also affect your body’s ability to tolerate certain foods and use nutrients. Cancer patients need to maintain a healthy body weight and eat nutritious foods.

Sometimes the side effects of surgery, radiation therapy, immunotherapy, and chemotherapy may cause a person to eat less and lose weight. Nutrition therapy is used to help cancer patients keep a healthy body weight, maintain strength, keep body tissue healthy, and decrease side effects both during and after treatment.

Nutrition therapy guide can help you and your loved ones learn about your nutrition needs and cope with treatment side effects that may affect how well you can eat.

BIOMEDICINE HOLISTIC HEALING CLINIC is dedicated to improve patient care by advancing the science and practice of clinical nutrition and metabolism. Whether you need treatment to manage a specific medical condition or reliable information to improve your nutritional health, Biomedicine Clinic can help. From individual consultations to weight-management programs, we offer a variety of options to best suit your needs.

Nutrition Therapy is an essential component of comprehensive health care. Individuals with a variety of conditions and illnesses can improve their health and quality of life by receiving medical nutrition therapy including Diabetes and Cancer which can be managed and even prevented through NT.  Using Nutrition Therapy intervention, Registered Nutritionist counsel clients on behavioral and lifestyle changes required to impact long-term eating habits and health.

Nutrition Therapy includes:

  • Performing a comprehensive nutrition assessment determining the nutrition diagnosis.
  • Planning and implementing a nutrition intervention using evidence-based nutrition practice guidelines.
  • Monitoring and evaluating an individual’s progress over subsequent visits in our clinics.

Our goal is to improve patient care by advancing the science and practice of clinical nutrition and metabolism to the highest standards.



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