Healthy Eating & Prostate Cancer – by Kathy Chapman – Cancer Council of NSW


Healthy Eating & Prostate Cancer - By Kathy Chapman - Cancer Council Of NSW

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Healthy Eating & Prostate Cancer - By Kathy Chapman - Cancer Council Of NSW

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Healthy Eating & Prostate Cancer - By Kathy Chapman - Cancer Council Of NSW

Healthy Eating & Prostate Cancer – by Kathy Chapman – Cancer Council of NSW

Healthy Eating & Prostate Cancer - By Kathy Chapman - Cancer Council Of NSW

Kathy Chapman originally worked as an Oncology Dietician in hospitals. Now she works as a Director of the Health Strategies Divisions of Cancer Council NSW, responsible for cancer prevention, policy and advocacy.

Healthy Eating & Prostate Cancer - By Kathy Chapman - Cancer Council Of NSW

Good nutrition during treatment is very important, especially at those challenging times when the appetite is poor. It helps with wound healing, boosts the immune system and helps maintain muscle mass and a healthy weight.

Kathy explains that a good diet means enjoying a balanced diet but believes that our meals should be made up of plant based foods including bread, rice, pasta and cereals, as well as fruits and vegetables, followed by protein foods including nuts and dairy foods.

There is no evidence to suggest that vitamin supplements are better than the real food from which we derive all the goodness required from a balanced diet.

Watch, listen and learn as Kathy explains the benefits of good dietary and exercise practices.

Healthy Eating & Prostate Cancer - by Kathy Chapman - Cancer Council of NSW

Healthy Eating & Prostate Cancer - by Kathy Chapman - Cancer Council of NSW

Kathy Chapman originally worked as an Oncology Dietician in hospitals. Now she works as a Director of the Health Strategies Divisions of Cancer Council NSW, responsible for cancer prevention, policy and advocacy.

Good nutrition during treatment is very important, especially at those challenging times when the appetite is poor. It helps with wound healing, boosts the immune system and helps maintain muscle mass and a healthy weight.

Kathy explains that a good diet means enjoying a balanced diet but believes that our meals should be made up of plant based foods including bread, rice, pasta and cereals, as well as fruits and vegetables, followed by protein foods including nuts and dairy foods.

There is no evidence to suggest that vitamin supplements are better than the real food from which we derive all the goodness required from a balanced diet.

Watch, listen and learn as Kathy explains the benefits of good dietary and exercise practices.