Jane’s award-winning book “How To Eat Well When You Have Cancer” explains in a friendly and easy to understand way why good nutrition health is so important, the nutritional demands of cancer and then how food can be healthy, enticing, easy to prepare and delicious.
While eating a nourishing diet is an important part of the overall treatment of cancer, many people in treatment will experience a loss of appetite, taste changes and other difficulties eating. This workshop aims to help you work through these challenges and learn how with a bit of grit, as well as some creativity (Heston Blumenthal style), you may be able to find ways to enjoy mealtimes and improve your overall nutritional intakes.
In this workshop, Jane will outline the diet can have in the overall treatment of cancer. She will also outline the latest evidence on what foods and drinks will help or hinder the fight against cancer.
In this workshop, Jane will outline the key reasons why body shapes can change during treatment. As well as what you can do to help combat and focus on positive approaches to management
Her advice shares the latest research and is ground in mindfulness, enjoyable and ‘non-restrictive diet’ approaches
The immune system uses around 1/3 of the total food nutrients we ingest. This is why it is important to eat a diet that is able to feed and support its function when we are ill or under extra stress.
This is a practical and interactive nutrition workshop that will teach you how to boost your dietary intakes to help you best support the function of your immune system.
She offers lots of suggestions for meeting whatever your specific eating challenges are, from taste changes to fatigue or digestive issues. As well as explains how to eat for enjoyment, overall future health, rehabilitation and to help prevent a recurrence.
While her recommendations are rooted in evidence-based science, her style is practical and understands real life.