Chew away Breast Cancer




Healthy eating means eating a variety of foods that give you the nutrients you need to maintain your health. Find out how to balance your diet and manage your portion sizes.

Nutrition and Breast Cancer
Current research findings suggest that physical activity, a healthy diet, and a healthy weight can help reduce the risk of getting breast cancer for the first time or having a breast cancer come back. Learn about foods that registered dietitians --nutrition experts-- suggest.

Nutrition During and After Treatment

If you're recovering from surgery, or receiving chemotherapy, radiation, or other breast cancer treatment, your focus is on getting rid of the cancer. Eating well will help you stay strong for this fight by giving your body the nutrients it needs. Read about how you can eat to manage your weight, reduce fatigue, build your energy, and get enough fluids.

Dietary Supplements

Many women with breast cancer take dietary supplements such as vitamins, minerals, and herbs hoping to stay strong and fight off the cancer. Learn about suggestions for using supplements.

Food Production and Safety

The way your food is grown and prepared may affect your health before, during, or after breast cancer treatment. Learn about food production and get some tips on ways to keep your food as safe and wholesome as possible





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