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Maintaining Your Health and Nutrition

After surgery, you will not be able to eat the way you did before. This is a nutritional guide you can use post gastrectomy.

Eating Well During Cancer Treatment by WebMD

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Nutrition for the Person With Cancer During Treatment by

Sandra Miniere, Your Guide to Radiant Wellness! Integrative wellness includes the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of healing. When you work with each aspect and blend them together, you create a protective shield from stress, illness and the aging process. You are taking the high road to greater aliveness.

Eating well can lower your chance of developing cancer. In fact, nutrition guidelines for cancer prevention are similar to those for preventing other diseases like heart disease and diabetes. These are general guidelines to help reduce your cancer risk with your diet choices. Information from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

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Nutrition Post Esophagectomy

OncoLink from the Abramson Cancer Center of the University of Pennsylvania provides information about post-esophagectomy diet.

Esophagectomy is a surgery where all or a specific part of the esophagus is removed. There are certain foods to avoid, tips to avoid heartburn or reflux and sample meal plans available on the OncoLink website.

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