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 be no dietitian consultations.

Good nutrition improves well-being

Cancer changes your nutritional needs and often the way your body processes food. Eating well during, and after cancer treatment can help you feel better, maintain your strength, avoid treatment delays, and speed your recovery.

Patients and their caregivers of all cancer types may receive a free one-on-one phone or email consultation with our registered dietitian who has expertise in oncology nutrition.
Schedule Your Dietitian Consultation

What to Expect from a Nutrition Consultation

By speaking to a registered dietitian, you can learn

  • Strategies to improve nutrition and side effects
  • Tips for meal planning and grocery shopping
  • How to care for a loved one during cancer treatment
  • Answers to your nutrition questions
  • Questions to ask your healthcare team
  • Additional nutrition resources online and in your area

How to Get the Most Out of Your Consultation

At a scheduled date and time, the dietitian will call you at the phone number you provide. Have a pen and paper ready to take notes. First, the dietitian will ask you questions about your current food habits. The dietitian will then offer personalized strategies and tips to improve your nutrition and answer your nutrition questions. Consultations last 30 minutes. You can also communicate with the dietitian via email.

To Schedule by Phone

If you would prefer to schedule by phone, call us at 877-467-1936 X 101.

To Refer Someone for a Consultation

If you are a healthcare professional and you would like to refer a patient, visit our Healthcare Professional’s page to learn more.

Disclaimer: The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Inc. offers PearlPoint Nutrition Services® for information purposes only. It is not intended to substitute for the advice of your healthcare team or provide medical diagnosis, treatment or therapy. Please seek the advice of your healthcare team before making any changes to your medical plan, diet or physical activity.