Reduce Risk During Cancer Control Month

April is Cancer Control Month, a time to focus on what you can do to reduce your risk of cancer.

Your diet is one of the most important factors under your control that can reduce cancer risk. Learn more about diet and cancer prevention as well as nutrition during and after cancer treatment.

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    Nutrition During and After Cancer Treatment

    Food and nutrition are critical parts of any successful cancer treatment. Nutrients support the growth of healthy cells in your body; they also go a long way toward helping you keep your energy and strength. Read More

  • Cancer

    Eat Right for Cancer Prevention

    Sharon Denny, MS, RDN

    While cancer can leave us feeling helpless, there are measures you can take to help reduce your risk. Your diet is one of the most important factors under your control. Read More

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    7 Cancer Prevention Tips for Your Diet

    Jill Kohn, MS, RDN, LDN

    Eating right can lower your chance of developing cancer. In fact, nutrition guidelines for cancer prevention are similar to those for preventing other diseases such as heart disease and diabetes. Read More

  • Cancer

    Chemotherapy and Diet

    Suzanne Dixon

    Through a combination of the right medical management and the best that nutrition has to offer, you can give your body the fuel it needs to heal and recover. Read More

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    Prevent Cancer by Eating Right

    Wendy Marcason, RDN

    Did you know you can reduce your risk of cancer? More than 1.5 million people in the United States get cancer each year, and research shows that many of these cases could be prevented. Read More

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    Reduce Breast Cancer Risk

    Wendy Marcason, RDN

    October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the perfect time to learn how to reduce your risk through eating right and engaging in physical activity. Read More