Nutrition & Diet

Here you will find a list of organizations and agencies dedicated to nutrition for positive impacts on general health. Follow the links to learn more about ongoing research, ways to improve your current meals, and how dietary supplements can be added into your diet. Be sure to talk with your physician before making changes.

HOW CAN I IMPROVE MY DAY-TO-DAY EXPERIENCE LIVING WITH CUTANEOUS LYMPHOMA?

How can I improve my day-to-day experience living with cutaneous lymphoma? Nutrition and wellness experts provide their recommendations.

WHY HASN'T MY SPECIALIST RECOMMENDED WELLNESS PROGRAMS?

Integrative medicine may be a beneficial addition to traditional treatment, yet not every specialists recommends it. Nutrition and wellness experts provide their insight into why wellness programs may go unmentioned.

HOW CAN AN INTEGRATIVE PHYSICIAN OR NUTRITIONIST HELP ME WITH MY CURRENT TREATMENT?

What can integrative physicians and/or nutritionists offer to my current treatment? Nutrition and wellness experts provide insight.

SUGGESTIONS FOR MAKING LIFESTYLE AND DIET CHANGES

Choosing to lead a healthier lifestyle after your diagnosis can be rewarding yet a challenge. Nutrition and wellness experts provide their suggestions for successfully making changes.

WHAT ARE SOME INITIAL CONSIDERATIONS I SHOULD HAVE REGARDING NUTRITION AND WELLNESS?

Navigating nutritional choices and finding the best path for yourself can be a challenge. Where should you start and how to choose is explored by nutrition and wellness experts.

WHAT CONSIDERATIONS SHOULD I HAVE REGARDING DIET AND NUTRITION?

Individuals diagnosed with cutaneous lymphoma frequently have questions about what they should eat or if there are recommended dietary changes. Our clinical experts share what's important to know about diet and nutrition.

CANCER KITCHYN SYNC

What role does diet and nutrition play in living a healthier life when diagnosed with lymphoma? Nutritionist and dietician, Cathy Leman provides a three-step method for aligning individualized nutrition with personal health goals when living with cancer.

Recorded at the 2016 2-Day Patient Conference in New York, NY.

American Institute for Cancer Research

The American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) is a nonprofit organization that fosters research on diet and cancer prevention and educates the public about the results. The AICR’s website offers information and research on food, nutrition and cancer as well as suggested recipes. For more information, visit their website or call 800.843.8114.

Cook for Your Life

Cook for Your Life is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to improve the health of people touched by cancer by giving them the practical knowledge, tools, and inspiration to cook their way through treatment and into a healthy survivorship. For more information on Cook for Your Life, visit their website or call 212-799-3894.

Office of Dietary Supplements

The mission of the Office of Dietary Supplements (ODS), within the National Institutes of Health, is to strengthen knowledge and understanding of dietary supplements by evaluating scientific information, stimulating and supporting research, disseminating research results, and educating the public to foster an enhanced quality of life and health for the U.S. population. For more information, visit their website or call 301.435.2920.