Are you confused about the vast amount of information in the media about nutrition & cancer?


You are not alone.

It is difficult enough for people and their families to deal with being told they have cancer, without trying to make sense of what they should eat to help.

However, it is really important to eat well and nourish your body to:

> improve your tolerance to cancer treatments

> improve your strength and energy

> prevent unwanted weight loss

> help manage side effects

View services to manage your nutrition during cancer with Andrea. >> 

Hello,

My name is Andrea and I am really happy you found me.

I'm a dietitian and nutritionist and I know that what you eat when you have cancer is important. However, more importantly, I also know that eating is a deeply personal thing you still have control over. It has the power to give you enjoyment and bring you closer together with friends and family in a time when you need it most.

To find out more about Andrea's experience working with people affected by cancer and how she can help you, please click here: 

 

In the series of videos below, Andrea discusses dietary tips to manage common side effects of cancer treatment including taste changes, poor appetite and fatigue. Have a look to see if some of these tips can help you!

 

Andrea Davis discusses her top dietary tips for managing taste changes as a side effect of cancer treatment.

 

Andrea discusses her top dietary tips for managing poor appetite as a side effect of cancer treatment.

Andrea discusses her top dietary tips for managing fatigue as a side effect of cancer treatment.

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Lymphoma Association Conference February 2018

Andrea discusses dietary advice to support people undergoing treatment for lymphoma and how they can follow a healthy diet to reduce the risk of cancer recurrence.

 

In this video, Andrea discusses how she found her experience of asking people 'What matters to you?' and how important this is to meet their needs:

What matters to you?