The American Institute for Cancer Research recommends a diet rich in whole grains, vegetables, fruit, and beans, which limits processed foods that are high in fat and sugar. Despite these recommendations, popular diet trends like the ketogenic diet and intermittent fasting have gained the attention of oncology patients and even researchers. Despite the risks of these diets, early research is showing there may be a complex interaction between certain dietary patterns and cancer cell proliferation. Find out more as oncology dietitian Courtney C. Mosser, MS, RD, LDN evaluates the research and helps you put the recommendations into practice.
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