These videos, presented by OncoLink's Registered Dietitians, address a variety of nutrition-related topics including protein needs during treatment, soy and breast cancer and tips for managing side effects of cancer treatment with nutrition.
Heart Healthy Diet
In this webinar, Caroline Meehan, RDN, LDN, presents information about a heart healthy diet.
Shelf Stable Foods
Shelf stable foods can be a healthy food option to have on hand in times when you have limited access to fresh foods.
Eat Your Herbs
In this webinar Debra DeMille, MS, RD, LDN explains how herbs can be beneficial to your health and added to a healthy diet.
Pancreatic Enzymes for Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency
Pancreatic Enzymes can be used to help support patients with Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency. This webinar helps explain how the pancreas works and how exocrine pancreatic insufficiency can be treated.
The Mediterranean Diet
Learn about the Mediterranean Diet, its origins and how it can play into living well.
Herbs and Spices: Adding Flavor and Promoting Health
Herbs and spices add flavor to our foods but they are also thought to promote health and help fight off disease. Learn how to use herbs and spices in your cooking.
Cancer Fighters in Foods: A brief introduction to phytochemicals
This video provides an introduction to phytochemicals- what they are, where to get them and how they can help prevent cancer.
Protein Packed Purees
This video provides a demonstration of how to make protein packed purees. These are great for cancer patients who are concerned about calorie intake, protein needs or who are struggling with dysphagia or mouth sores.
The Skinny on Soy and Flaxseed for Breast Cancer
This webinar, presented by Doris Piccinin, MS, RD, CDE, LDN, discusses healthy nutrition habits regarding soy and flaxseed for patients with breast cancer.
Protein Requirements for Cancer Patients
In this webinar, Katrina VB. Claghorn, MS, RD, CSO, LDN, a nutritionist in the Department of Radiation Oncology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, explores the usefulness of protein in a cancer patient’s diet.
What Should I Eat? Healthy Nutrition Habits for Prostate Cancer
In this webinar, Doris Piccinin, MS, RD, CDE, LDN, a nutritionist in the Department of Radiation Oncology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, explores healthy nutrition habits for prostate cancer patients.
Smoothies for All Occasions
This webinar, presented by Audrey Caspar-Clark, M.A., R.D., L.D.N., C.S.O., teaches you how to create a nutritional smoothie.
What should I eat? Healthy Nutrition Habits for Breast Cancer Survivors
This webinar, presented by Doris Piccinin, MS, RD, CDE, LDN, discusses healthy nutrition habits for breast cancer survivors including information about the Mediterranean diet and phytochemicals.
Webucation: Cancer Prevention: The Basics
People often ask what they can do to reduce their risk of developing cancer. This video reviews the general recommendations for cancer risk reduction from the American Institute of Cancer Research.
Nutrition and Diet for Prostate Cancer
This webinar addresses how the side effects of prostate cancer treatment can affect your ability to eat, how to maintain your nutritional status during treatment, what foods to eat and how to maintain a healthy weight to reduce the risk of recurrence.
Nutritional Strategies for the Management of Lower Gastrointestinal (GI) Side Effects of Cancer Treatment
This informative webinar addresses nutritional strategies for the management of lower gastrointestinal (GI) side effects of cancer treatment.
Spotlight on Nutrition: Using Food to Help Manage Symptoms
Lauren will address how nutrition can play a role in managing side effects of cancer treatment. This month she will focus on nausea/vomiting, mouth sores (mucositis) and weight gain and loss. Get tips and tricks to make side effects more manageable.
Cancer Fighting Benefits of Foods Video Series
A group of videos discussing the cancer fighting benefits of foods, how to get the most out of the foods you eat, reading labels, serving size and the benefits of fruits, vegetables, grains and proteins.