Provides information about qualification criteria, an application form, and a drop-down list locator for cleaning services available in your area.
Meal Preparation Information in Support of Patients / Nutrition:
Assistance for meal plans to address treatment side effects :
The following resources provide customized assistance for important phases of a cancer journey, from initial diagnosis to after treatment/maintenance. Visit the websites to learn more; direct telephone contact information is provided:
These organizations offer meal preparation according to your request to help minimize the side effects of chemotherapy treatment. Certain foods have been found to reduce side effects such as loss of appetite, loss of taste and smell, fatigue, constipation, diarrhea, and more.
There is consultation on foods that will boost the immune system and reduce inflammation.
Online recipes and recipe videos, plus e-books are available to assist patients and offer customized nutritional counseling and meal planning.
This is a support tool to take control of your nutrition to stay strong during and after treatment, and may enhance your body’s response to treatment.
MAKE AN APPOINTMENT WITH THE INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE TEAM TO DISCUSS HOW TO LOWER INFLAMMATION AND BOOST YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM: SUCH INFORMATION MAY HAVE THE POTENTIAL TO KEEP PROBLEMS AT BAY:
What Types of Foods Are the Good Sources of Antioxidants?
Furthermore, many whole foods provide a variety of antioxidant compounds, each with its own unique health effects. For example, grapes contain anthocyanins, vitamin C, resveratrol, and selenium, while dark leafy green vegetables like kale, spinach, and collard greens offer vitamins C and E, lutein, and an antioxidant called kaempferol.
While vegetables and fruits serve as some of the best food sources of antioxidants, you can also fill up on antioxidant compounds by eating legumes and nuts, drinking tea (such as green tea and black tea), and using herbs and spices in your cooking. Snack foods like popcorn and dark chocolate also deliver a number of antioxidants.
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