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Wellness Services

Wilmot Cancer Institute offers a variety of services to help you maintain your health and well-being during and after cancer treatment.

Integrative care

Learn more about the complementary therapies and other services that Wilmot offers to address mind, body, and spirit and to promote health and wellness.

Tobacco dependence treatment

Quitting tobacco can make a big difference in how well your cancer treatment works. Wilmot's Tobacco Dependence Treatment Program can help you succeed.

Diet & nutrition

Good nutrition and maintaining a healthy weight are essential during cancer and after cancer treatment. Learn more about Wilmot's specialized oncology nutritionists, our monthly cooking class and delicious recipes.

Recent Cooking for Wellness posts:

Buckwheat crepe stuffed with local summer fruit, toasted walnuts, whipped cream & honey

Buckwheat crepe stuffed with local summer fruit, toasted walnuts, whipped cream & honey

Instead of featuring white flour, these crepes have buckwheat flour, which contains more dietary fiber than its white counterpart. The slow-roasted fruit filling is naturally sweet and nutritious. Perfect for a light dessert or top with creamy yogurt for breakfast or brunch!

Roasted heirloom beet “carpaccio”, virgin oil, Bolton arugula with garden herbs & yogurt cumin drizzle

Roasted heirloom beet “carpaccio”, virgin oil, Bolton arugula with garden herbs & yogurt cumin drizzle

Carpaccio is an Italian dish that often consists of raw meat or fish. This veggie-filled take features beets instead! It’s a stunning dish for entertaining and packed with nutrients, too.

Local sweet corn soup, scallions, pea tendrils, smoky roasted red pepper coulis

Local sweet corn soup, scallions, pea tendrils, smoky roasted red pepper coulis

Local sweet corn is one of summer’s tastiest treats. If you’re tired of corn on the cob, this corn soup is velvety smooth and can be served cold or hot.