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I Have Cancer and Diabetes. What Do I Do? Page

About 10-20 percent of people diagnosed with cancer also have diabetes. Having diabetes during cancer treatment may pose some additional challenges, but with proper monitoring and extra care, you...

Refer To Us Page

Holiday Schedule: PearlPoint Nutrition Services will be closed Monday 12/23-Friday 12/27 and Wednesday 1/1. Staff will be available for scheduling on Monday 12/30 and Tuesday 12/31, but there will...

Portion Control Page

Portion control means choosing a healthy amount of a certain food. Portion control helps you get the benefits of the nutrients in the food without overeating. Portion control is...

Stem Cell Transplantation and Nutrition Blog Post

September is Blood Cancer Awareness Month. Stem cell transplantation (SCT), sometimes referred to as bone marrow transplant, is a procedure in which a patient receives healthy stem cells to replace...

Colorectal Cancer Page

How do I make the best food choices throughout cancer treatment? When you are faced with a colorectal cancer diagnosis, nutrition can be an important part of your journey....

Nutrition Guidelines for Pancreatic Cancer Page

The pancreas is an important gland in the body that secretes insulin. It is located near the stomach, small intestine, gallbladder, and the duodenum. The pancreas plays a large...

Multiple Myeloma Page

How do I make the best food choices throughout cancer treatment? When you are faced with a diagnosis of multiple myeloma, nutrition can be an important part of your...

Stomach Cancer Page

How do I make the best food choices throughout cancer treatment? When you are faced with a cancer diagnosis, nutrition can be an important part of your journey. Eating...

Organic vs. Conventional Foods and Cancer Page

As if “What do I eat?” isn’t a big enough question in itself yet another question surfaces, “What do I choose, organic or conventional?” Here are some facts to help...

Guidelines for Reducing Sugar Intake Page

Too much sugar is not healthy for anyone. In particular, cancer patients, cancer survivors, and those trying to prevent cancer must eat a nutrient-rich diet. Some of the problems...