Among the food myths that I am most often asked about, soyfoods rate the highest on the list. Here are some of the most common myths about soy, and an update on what current research shows.Read more… “Soy and Cancer: Myths and Misconceptions”
While helping survivors, I searched for an online program to complement my instruction. I wanted an evidence-based program that aligned with my teaching on a healthy lifestyle. I discovered the NAP (New American Plate) Challenge from the American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) and signed up to give it a try. I found it to be an effective tool to help my patients with their journey.
As a registered dietitian working with cancer survivors I see many experience unwanted weight gain during and after their treatment. For some, this is new, so they welcome my help with navigating changes in diet, exercise and other health behaviors. Cancer survivors are often open to change and motivated to live a healthier life to reduce risk of reoccurrence.Read more… “NAP Challenge as a Tool and Inspiration for a Cancer Survivors Group”
Read more… “Healthy Eating Strategies: Is It Time to Add More Variety?”
Whether you are a cancer survivor seeking ways to navigate your way to healthier eating habits, or someone who wants to reduce
Expanding variety of foods like vegetables, whole grains, fruits and pulses (dried beans, dried peas