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The following is a list of our longer publications on a variety of nutrition topics. Many are downloadable and multiple copies are available to agencies or individuals. Please contact the Nutrition Services Department at email@example.com or 212-294-8103 for further information.
Caregivers balance many daily activities including preparing and sharing meals. Keeping your loved one nutritionally healthy can enhance both quality of life and physical well-being, and it also can be a source of comfort and connection. Preparing healthy meals does not have to be complicated. This booklet provides information to guide nutritional choices, to help manage concerns, and hopefully make caregiving a little easier.
All forms of prostate cancer treatment put huge demands on the body that can affect your nutritional needs. Nutritional support during and after treatment, in addition to nutrients that may play a role in preventing recurrence, are highlighted in this publication.
Eating a well-balanced diet can help people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) reach a healthy weight, strengthen the immune system, prevent infections and reduce hospital stays. This booklet can be used to guide food choices to assist PLWHAs in managing HIV and other health concerns.
Proper nutrition during breast cancer treatment is key to feeling better and staying strong. At the same time, side effects from treatments may make it difficult to eat well, if at all. This booklet outlines how to best manage nutrition during the treatment period.
Proper lifestyle and eating habits support the recovery process, may prevent recurrence and promote good overall health for breast cancer survivors. This publication focuses on several areas of interest to survivors such as weight management, healthy fats and bone health.
This booklet is designed for both current patients and survivors of colorectal cancer. Nutritional challenges of the disease and its treatments are addressed, as well as post-treatment concerns.
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