A cancer diagnosis often leads women to consider changing the food they eat, avoiding some foods, or taking supplements. Cancer treatment can sometimes result in weight gain or weight loss. There is a lot of dietary information available but much of it is misleading, confusing or contradictory. It can be hard to figure out what a balanced diet actually is. In this podcast Jo White, an experienced Clinical Dietician working in oncology at Cabrini Hospital, addresses some of these issues with a strong focus on helping people make ?real life? choices about their food and nutrition.
Cancer and nutrition
by White, Jo
BreaCan, Melbourne, Vic, 2013
Categories: Health and Wellbeing, Nutrition
Subjects: Cancer, Diet, Nutrition, Women
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