This Diet Toolkit is meant to support the information and guidance you receive in the Diet Module of the Anticancer Lifestyle Program. The resources on this page will give you tools you can use to make informed (and delicious!) food choices.
The composition of the gut microbiome appears to influence the effectiveness of immunotherapy treatment for cancer.
Descargue el eBook Maridaje de Alimentos: Combinando Alimentos para Mejorar Su Salud para aprender qué combinaciones de alimentos son los mejores para su cuerpo.
Gulping down a glass of cranberry juice might greatly boost an ovarian cancer patient’s sensitivity to chemotherapy, a new study suggests. In laboratory experiments, pre-treating ovarian tumor cells with the juice bumped up the cancer-killing power of drugs sixfold, researchers say.
Descarga el eBook “La comida y tú: Cómo prevenir comer descontroladamente” para aprender de la dietista registrada y entrenadora de salud Crystal Cascio acerca de cómo puedes lograr tu peso saludable natural y mejorar tus hábitos alimenticios en general.
An unhealthy gut triggers changes in normal breast tissue that helps breast cancer spread to other parts of the body, new research from UVA Cancer Center reveals.
Have you ever wanted to know easier ways to prepare vegetables, or handy tricks for preserving foods, or the difference between mincing, chopping, and dicing? If you answered yes to any of these questions, please join us for the first ever Ask the Expert: Cooking Edition, led by Ananda Kaplan, chef/…
Cook for Your Life: Delicious, Nourishing Recipes for Before, During, and After Cancer Treatment by Ann Ogden Gaffney contains recipes for all stages of cancer treatment and recovery, from a two-time cancer survivor and founder of the Cook for Your Life nutrition-based cooking programs.
For many cancers, there is a dose-response relationship between dietary cholesterol from animal fat and cancer–meaning that the higher the intake of cholesterol, the greater the risk of many cancers. Watch the 5-minute video here.
The incidence of early onset cancers, those diagnosed before age 50, including cancers of the breast, colon, esophagus, kidney, liver and pancreas, has “dramatically increased” over the past few decades, according to researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston.
Regular consumption of ultra-processed foods was associated with an increased risk of colorectal cancer, all-cause mortality, and cardiovascular mortality, according to findings from two studies published in The BMJ. Read more here.
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