Recipes and Nutrition Tips

We want to share two websites where you can find great recipes and nutrition information designed for cancer patients and survivors, and their loved ones. We hope you enjoy the food and food tips from ELLICSR Kitchen and Nourish.

The ELLICSR Kitchen program is designed to support people touched by cancer by teaching culinary skills and offering the information patients, survivors and their loved ones need to manage diet through the cancer journey. There are lots of great recipes and videos from the ELLICSR Kitchen here.

The Nourish website is designed to help cancer patients and their loved ones play a more active role in their cancer treatment by offering information about eating well, tips to manage some of the common side effects of cancer and its treatment. Visit their website for information and recipes here.

Building Meals that Work is the first of three pamphlets in the new Eat Well Tips for Men with Prostate Cancer series created by Nourish. In this healthy eating guide, registered dietitians provide advice on creating simple and delicious meals that may help manage fatigue and weight changes associated with prostate cancer.
Click here to access the online version of Building Meals that Work.

Meal Planning is the second pamphlet in the new Eat Well Tips for Men with Prostate Cancer series created by Nourish. This guide will help take the pressure off of meal preparation and is designed to assist those caring for someone with prostate cancer so they can focus on what matters most.
Click here to access the online version of Meal Planning.

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