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Sugar and Cancer: Wilmot Registered Dietitians Weigh In on What You Should Know

Sugar and Cancer: Wilmot Registered Dietitians Weigh In on What You Should Know

Sugar. It’s a topic that often comes up when discussing diet, particularly for those concerned about cancer. Some may wonder about the impact of eliminating sugar when it comes to cancer risk, but unfortunately, it’s not a simple answer because healthy cells need sugar to make energy. Wilmot’s registered dietitians, Sue Czap and Melissa Zahn, help explain the relationship between sugar and cancer.

Strategies for eating safely at summer picnics

Strategies for eating safely at summer picnics

Summer picnics and barbecues are a great time for family and friends but if your immune system is weakened by cancer treatment, these events can also be fraught with food-safety challenges. That doesn’t have to keep you from joining the party though.

Fact Check: Breast Cancer and Nutritional Supplements

Fact Check: Breast Cancer and Nutritional Supplements

Wilmot researcher Luke Peppone, Ph.D., MPH,  shares insight on the role of nutritional supplements for women who have a history of breast cancer.

Becoming Flexitarian: 3 Tips for Eating Less Meat

Becoming Flexitarian: 3 Tips for Eating Less Meat

Eating a plant-based diet has many advantages, including reducing your risk for certain types of cancer. You don't have to eliminate all animal products from your diet to see benefits. Wilmot's registered dietitians Joanna Lipp and Sue Czap offer some tips on how to be flexitarian.