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Colon Cancer Nutrition
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Colon Cancer Nutrition

Colon Nutrition is an important consideration before, during, and after colon cancer treatment. The disease itself, along with certain side effects of treatment, can make eating right a challenge. Just a few of the eating-related problems include loss of appetite, nausea or vomiting, and lactose intolerance.
colon cancer nutrition recommendations may focus on helping you eat more high-calorie foods that contain high levels of protein. Recommendations might include eating or drinking more milk, cream, cheese, and cooked eggs. Other suggestions can include:
Eating lots of fruits, vegetables, and whole grain breads and cereals.
Including a moderate amount of meat and dairy products.
Cutting back on fat, sugar, alcohol, and salt.

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