Common Eating Problems During Cancer Treatment
You may have:
- Less appetite
- Changes in your sense of taste or smell
- Dry mouth
- Lactose intolerance
- Sore mouth
- Sore throat and trouble swallowing
- Weight gain or loss
How Do I Schedule Nutrition Counseling?
Any of your care providers can give you a referral to our registered dietitians. These experts will answer your questions and help you stay strong and feel better during and after treatment. For more information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
More Nutrition Resources
National Cancer Institute: Nutrition in Cancer Care
Help to understand and manage eating problems common in cancer treatment. View an online version of the book, Eating Hints
, or download a pdf
American Cancer Society: Nutrition for People with Cancer
Information to help with nutrition and manage treatment side effects. Includes free online classes about nutrition during and after treatment.
American Institute for Cancer Research
Research focused on the link between diet and cancer. Includes current information on foods that fight cancer
. Subscribe to email publications
(including Health-e-Recipes) and print newsletters on diet and cancer research.