• Margaret Martin, RD, MS, LDN
    2 months 3 weeks ago

    Nutrition for the next 100 Years: Reflections from FNCE® 2017

    What foods were popular in 1917? How was treatment for cancer provided 100 years ago? Which health organizations were available?

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  • Margaret Martin, RD, MS, LDN
    4 months 3 weeks ago

    Just Say No to Malnutrition

    What’s all this talk about malnutrition and cancer? Isn’t a cancer diagnosis enough without adding malnutrition? Yes, cancer is enough without adding malnutrition to the mix. That’s why you need to maintain good nutrition throughout cancer treatment.  

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  • Margaret Martin, RD, MS, LDN
    10 months 3 weeks ago

    Spring Into Health

    It’s that wonderful time of year. Flowers are blooming, trees are budding, birds are singing, and folks are talking about planting their gardens. It’s the season to turn over a new leaf, starting with you and your habits. How is your health? Are you putting your best forward?

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  • Margaret Martin, RD, MS, LDN
    11 months 1 week ago

    National Nutrition Month®: What My Patients Taught Me

    March is National Nutrition Month®, and for 2017 the theme is “Put Your Best Fork Forward.” We’ve posted a prior

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  • Margaret Martin, RD, MS, LDN
    11 months 3 weeks ago

    How To Put Your Best Fork Forward for National Nutrition Month® 2017

    National Nutrition Month® is sponsored by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND). Every year, the campaign focuses on raising awareness about good nutrition and educating people on changes they can make to eat healthier and be more active. AND is the largest group of food and nutrition professionals in the world. AND strives to provide timely, scientifically-based nutrition and information to help people make healthier food choices.

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  • Gwen Spector, RN, BSN, COCN, CCP
    1 year 1 week ago

    Feeding Tube Awareness

    Feeding Tube Awareness Week, sponsored by the Feeding Tube Awareness Foundation, is February 6-10, 2017.

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  • Margaret Martin, RD, MS, LDN
    1 year 1 month ago

    Top 10 Questions To Ask in about Nutrition and Cancer in 2017

    It’s a fresh start with the New Year. Make a positive step forward by asking the right questions when you visit your oncology healthcare provider or registered dietitian nutritionist on your cancer journey.

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  • Margaret Martin, RD, MS, LDN
    1 year 1 month ago

    Food Trends in the New Year

    With the New Year comes new beginnings and a fresh outlook. The same is true in the food industry. As old fad foods fade, there are new products and trends that appear. Some fads in the past years include coconut oil, kale everything, Sriracha sauce, bone-broths, and specialty waters.

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  • Margaret Martin, RD, MS, LDN
    1 year 2 months ago

    Simplify Your Holiday Feast

    Holidays are usually merry and bright, but cancer treatments can cast a shadow on the holiday cheer.  You may still crave the taste, look, or smells of your favorite holiday foods, but you may not have the energy to put in the effort required to throw a holiday feast.

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  • Gwen Spector, RN, BSN, COCN, CCP
    1 year 3 months ago

    Guidelines for Holiday Eating After Upper Digestive Surgery

    Holiday time can be challenging when you had surgery to remove all or part of your esophagus, stomach or pancreas. You can still eat many of the traditional holiday meals you enjoyed before you had your surgery but you will need to make adjustments.

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