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Join Mark and owner of Celebrate Nutrition Leanne Ernster, a health coach and certified trainer, as they discuss how healthy eating habits and good nutrition can help patients deal with the effects of cancer and its treatment. Some cancer treatments work better when the patient is well nourished and gets enough calories and protein in the diet. Patients who are well nourished may have a better prognosis (chance of recovery) and quality of life.
Holistic Registered Nutritional Consultant Andrea Jones, RNCP will take a look into the physiological and emotional aspects of cancer and discuss typical nutritional themes and ways to address improving your health and longetivty through appropriate dietary alterations, additions and eliminations.
Andrea will shed light on specific foods to avoid and specific foods that can benefit people with cancer.
Join Mark and Leanne Ernster owner of Celebrate Nutrition, a health coach and certified trainer, as they discuss how healthy eating habits and good nutrition can help patients deal with the effects of cancer and its treatment. Some cancer treatments work better when the patient is well nourished and gets enough calories and protein in the diet. Patients who are well nourished may have a better prognosis (chance of recovery) and quality of life.
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Guest: Al Sanchez, Jr
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Are you not sure what to eat for your particular health concern?
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How can you help your family member to start taking something simple to improve their health, especially the elderly?
Is it ever too late to take care of your health?
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Nutrition is key to maintain a healthy body. Today we start a series.
Cancer and nutrition....is there a connection. Today we start to look at some evidence based studies and some personal testimonials. Nutrition is POWERFUL. I recommend you use i daily in large amounts.
Today we would like to welcome Maria Petzel, a Clinical Dietitian with the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. Today we will be discussing Nutrition after Whipple Surgery and nutrition for those with Pancreatitis and Pancreatic Cancer. As many of us know, November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness month.
According to the Hirshberg Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer Research, Pancreatic cancer has the highest mortality rate of all major cancers. Only 6% of patients diagnosed with pancreatic cancer will survive more than five years. One theory that pancreatic cancer has a low survival rate, is because the symptoms may not be apparent until the cancer has already spread significantly.
One method of treatment is Whipple surgery, named after the first surgeon to perform the procedure, Allen Whipple. Whipple surgery consist of removing a significant portion of the pancreas next to the small intestines It also involves removal of the duodenum, a portion of the common bile duct, gallbladder, and sometimes part of the stomach. Afterwards, surgeons reconnect the remaining intestine, bile duct, and pancreas.
This is obviously a very intense surgery for a person to undergo, especially when recovering. It is critical for a person to consult with either a registered Dietitian or Doctor both before & after a surgical procedure.
Of all the things that we can do to take care of ourselves, the hardest but easiest thing we can do is make good decisions about what we put into our bodies. Our guest speaker this month is Lead Nutritionist, Angela Wright, and she will share her knowledge with us on how to eat to fight cancer.
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