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Nutrition and diet

A healthy eating approach to your diet can reduce the risk of cancer reoccurring or development of a new one, and reduce risk of other diseases such as heart disease.

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Macmillan

Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle: Advice on healthy eating, recipes, how to gain weight, how to control weight, education on what food groups are good/bad. For those going through treatment, as well as those in remission/cured

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The Christie NHS Foundation Trust

Eating a balanced diet: Having a healthy eating approach to your diet can reduce the risk of cancer reoccurring or development of a new one and reduce risk of other diseases such as heart disease. 

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World Cancer Research Fund

People living with and beyond cancer: Based on the available evidence, we recommend that, after treatment, cancer survivors follow our Cancer Prevention Recommendations unless they are unable to or have been advised otherwise by a doctor, dietitian or specialist nurse.

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Maggie's Centres

Diet and nutrition: People sometimes need to adjust what they are eating because of their cancer and their treatment. Some people also find that eating a healthy diet can help you deal with your cancer and make you feel better.

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Cancer Research UK

Diet problems with cancer: How to cope with eating and drinking difficulties that some people with cancer have. Find out about problems such as weight loss or difficulty swallowing, what causes them and how to treat them.

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Breast Cancer Care

Diet during treatment for breast cancer: Breast cancer treatments, such as chemotherapy, can have a range of side effects, some of which may affect what you want to eat and drink.

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