Diet and nutrition are important aspects of the overall management of people with cancer. Proper nutrition can help manage the physical and psychological effects of the disease and treatments. A qualified dietitian-nutritionist helps patients develop a meal plan that is tailored to their individual needs, taking into account their health status, treatment, and food preferences. She can also help manage the side effects of the disease such as weight loss, fatigue, and nausea. A balanced, nutrient-rich diet can help maintain overall health and reduce the risk of disease-related complications.
Two types of appointments are supported by ISIS:
- 1-2 30' one-on-one appointments to address general day-to-day questions and concerns.
- 1 to 2 consultations to determine a personalized nutrition plan after a thorough assessment.