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Find out the latest science about the healthiest way to eat to manage cancer treatment and improve long-term survival.
For cancer survivors, healthy eating improves quality of life and may reduce the risk of recurrence and lead to better outcomes.
How can cancer survivors navigate nutritional treatment obstacles and eat well to support long-term survival?
In the near future, it may be possible to design specific diets tailored to individual genomic profiles to starve tumors.
For people who are newly diagnosed or undergoing active treatment, there is little specific dietary guidance, but new evidence is emerging.
The optimal diet to prevent many cancers and to improve long-term survival is a plant-based diet.
Many people diagnosed with cancer want to start eating healthier right away. But treatment side effects can get in the way.
For many cancer survivors, weight gain is an unwelcome side effect. But incorporating healthy lifestyle habits can help.
People who followed a protective diet and those on a standard hospital diet had a similar likelihood of infections.
Alessandro Mannuci, MD, discusses the relation between Lynch Syndrome, colorectal cancer and the microbiome.
Consumption of such foods was associated with a 29% higher risk for colorectal cancer in men.
To improve survivorship after breast cancer, find your route to self-care. The experts at AICR can help guide you.
A study in mice found that eating burns more energy when restricted to certain times of the day.
What’s more, receiving SNAP benefits was not enough to address food insecurity for many families of children with leukemia, a study found.
A nutritionist who believes in the power of food and yoga to nourish the mind and body of cancer survivors
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