If you’re tired of wondering what you should and should not be eating as a cancer survivor, caregiver or someone interested in risk reduction, then this series is for you! There is a lot of confusion about what is “good” and “bad” for cancer survivors to eat, but this series will teach you about the basics of a healthy diet that isn’t just good for survivors, but for everyone!
If you’re not familiar with my approach to nutrition education, I focus on giving you the most evidence-based information that is available regarding cancer and nutrition. However, it’s not just information that I find people need, it needs to be put in context!
The purpose of having a nutritious diet is to enhance your health and well-being and give you the energy to go out and ENJOY THE DAY! I find many of my clients have heightened anxiety around food choices, and that food anxiety is negatively affecting their well-being.
I aim to give you the most evidence-based information and offer a bottom-line message that will help you feel confident and comfortable in whatever food choices you think are best for your situation. No guilting, scaring or “should-ing!”
Learn more at Julie’s website where she shares evidence-based nutrition information to keep you well beyond cancer, CancerDietitian.com.
Julie Lanford MPH, RD, CSO, LDN, is the Wellness Director for Cancer Services. She is a registered dietitian, licensed nutritionist and board-certified specialist in oncology nutrition with over 10 years of experience working in oncology.