Cancer Bites Diet Blog

If you are looking to cut through the internet static and hype then Jean LaMantia’s Cancer Bites Diet Blog is for you.

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Check out my most popular Cancer Bites Diet Blog posts:

  1. Special Diet for Triple Negative Breast Cancer
  2. Lymphedema Diet
  3. Anti-Inflammatory Diet
  4. Cancer Risk Reduction Guide

Check out my 3 favourite Recipes that I make all the time:

  1. Chocolate Chip Flax Cookies
  2. Broccoli Slaw with Cranberries and Pistachios
  3. Stuff Butterrnut Squash with Pears, Pecans and Cranberries

Cancer Risk Reduction Guide

Cancer Risk Reduction Guide

When I finished my cancer treatment, I was full of anxiety. I thought that every time I got a headache or a twinge or uneasy feeling that my cancer had come back. I was jumpy and on edge. When I asked my doctor what I could do he said ‘just eat a healthy diet’ but that didn’t seem like enough. When I heard this, I pictured Canada’s Food Guide (nothing wrong with Canada’s Food Guide) but being a cancer survivor, I felt I needed something more specific to my needs.

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Are Some Sugars Better (less bad) than Others?

Are Some Sugars Better (less bad) than Others?

I have written several blogs in the past about the connections to and recommendations for sugar and cancer. If you didn’t have a chance to read them, this is a link to my 4-part series. Does Sugar Feed Cancer? To continue on this theme, I want to explore a follow-up question, which is: Is there one sugar that is better...

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Can I Believe Everything I Read About Coconut Oil?

Can I Believe Everything I Read About Coconut Oil?

I was recently asked by Wellspring Cancer Support Centres in Toronto to research and update a fabulous presentation that they deliver called Nutrition Myths and Controversies. In this presentation, I address the most popular questions that cancer patents and survivors have about nutrition. Cancer patients and survivors are full of questions about how they can help themselves. One such question is “Can...

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