Holiday meals may be a challenge for some cancer patients. Get help with these course-by-course recipes and tips to help plan your holiday meals with these tips from the registered dietitians at Cancer Treatment Centers of America. Not just for those with cancer, but good for all.
The holiday season is here, and for many of us, that can mean packing on unwanted pounds. The registered dietitians at Cancer Treatment Centers of America work closely with cancer patients on how to stay properly nourished through their treatment journey and have compiled some tips on how to enjoy that holiday party without splurging on the calories. As you read through their tips, you will see that healthy eating is good for us all.
So many people I know are going through divorce, have lost their jobs, death of loved ones or cancer and other illnesses. Often these times like this brings questions like 'Why did God allow this to happen?' 'Why doesn't He fix it?'
This cocktail contains a variety nutrients from its fresh ingredients. Cranberries are loaded with antioxidants which can help protect the heart, and they have bacteria-fighting properties which protect the stomach. Aloe juice is also high in antioxidants and can help boost immunity, cleanse the digestive system, reduce inflammation and promote healthy skin. Ginger is great for digestive health, and can have a calming effect on nausea.