November has been busy and December is coming! As we celebrate Thanksgiving this week and start to wrap up 2020, I am grateful for YOU!
This year has been different, but having the opportunity to connect with all of you Cancer Dietitian followers has been a joy. I have offered far more webinars this year than any year in Cancer Dietitian history, and having regular virtual cooking classes has kept my interns on their toes!
I have 2 more opportunities for you to join me before the year is over. I hope you see me there!
Optimizing Nutrition During Treatment: Preventing & Managing Malnutrition
In this webinar, sponsored by Enu Nutrition, I will discuss strategies for meeting nutrition needs during treatment. We will discuss the nutritional challenges, signs of malnutrition as well as using commercial products to meet nutrition needs when food intake is difficult.
Date: Wednesday, December 2nd
Time: 2pm – 3pm EST
We will discuss the following topics:
- How nutrition plays a role during cancer treatment
- General nutrition during treatment tips
- Assessing for malnutrition during cancer treatment
- Ways to prevent and manage malnutrition
- Helpful nutrition product designed for cancer patients
If you have specific questions you would like me to address during the session, let me know by using the contact form!
Date: Thursday, December 3rd
Time: 2pm – 3pm EST
In this session, I will cover the basics around nutrition and cancer for people in treatment, the key things that people need to know about nutrition after treatment and leave plenty of time to answer your questions!
In case you missed the November webinar and cooking class, you can find those here:
In this webinar I cover the tips and tools regarding nutrition and cancer treatment, such as prepping food for treatment and what to eat to maintain good nutrition despite the eating challenges that many side effects can cause.
Julie discuses her 5 key recommendations for anyone going through cancer treatment and also covers specific strategies related to the common side effects.
Cook to Thrive! Cooking class – Seasonal Favorites!
I hope you all have a safe Thanksgiving. As a reminder, here are my thoughts about overeating on holidays (spoiler alert: yes, you should overeat on special occasions!).
It will be different this year as we all work to keep ourselves, our loved ones and our communities safe.
For those of you who are frontline healthcare providers, I thank you for the care you are providing during this pandemic. May you stay well and know that you are supported!
For the rest of us, let’s do our part with the 3 W’s (as we say in NC!):
- Wear a mask when around people not in your household.
- Wait 6 feet apart and avoid close contact with people not in your household.
- Wash your hands regularly or use hand sanitizer!