Good Food for a Good Life
Maintaining proper diet and nutrition before during and after treatment can help with your healing process. The oncology dietitians at the Community Cancer Center offer cooking demonstrations and will work with you to create an individualized nutrition plan.
The Relationship Between Nutrition and Cancer
Although cancer prevention continues to be researched, we do know the chances of developing cancer are affected by lifestyle choices. Read more.
Cancer Prevention Month: Diet and Nutrition
We dive into the topic of diet and nutrition and its benefit to patients, survivors, caregivers and anyone looking to lower their risk. Read more.
Diet and Exercise Slips: Why they happen and how to overcome them
Things don’t always go as planned, slips happen and are normal when making lifestyle changes. However, they don’t have to derail your progress. Read more.
The “Dirty Dozen” and the “Clean Fifteen”
Every year, based on the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Pesticide Data Program (PDP) report, a list of produce with the most pesticide residue and the least is released. Read more.
Eight Cancer Fighting Foods for the Holidays
When deciding what dish to bring to your holiday celebration, consider including one or more of these eight cancer-fighting superfoods! Read more.
Can Eating Organic Lower your Cancer Risk?
Recent studies are showing that there may be another thing you can do to lower your cancer risk: eat organic foods. Read more.
Our oncology dietitians, Beth Beckett and Mary Beth Peiffer, are available to help cancer patients and their families. Click below to learn more about Beth and Mary Beth.