Cancer Nutrition Screening
We strongly suggest you take the CNC Cancer Nutrition Screening since weight loss is a critical factor in overall cancer care.
Why take our Cancer Nutrition Screening ?
Good nutrition is vital at all points along the cancer continuum. This screening is a simple first step to evaluate your risk of malnutrition.
Malnutrition can impact the effectiveness of your treatment, the length of your recovery and your quality of life. Malnutrition can also increase your risk of infection and potentially extend your hospital stay.
At Cancer Nutrition Care, we use the MST screening tool which is validated & approved for adult oncology patients at risk of malnutrition.
Malnutrition often goes undetected despite occurring in 2/3rds of cancer patients diagnosed with a wide variety of cancer types.
Early identification of malnutrition is important. This allows time to work with an Oncology Dietitian to develop a personalized plan of care to improve your nutrition status and, ideally, positively impact your treatment outcome.
Quality of Diet Screening
The diet quality screening is recommended for those who have completed their treatment regimens and are seeking long term remission.
Why take our FREE Quality of Diet Screening?
High quality diets are one of the 4 key healthy lifestyle factors proven to significantly extend human lifespans and increase your chances of living a longer, disease-free life.
Those who consume high quality diets tend to have a lower risk of developing chronic diseases including certain types of cancer, heart disease and Type 2 diabetes.
Our Quality of Diet Screening is a trustworthy tool to help estimate the nutritional quality of foods you regularly consume. Higher scores predict higher quality diets.
Included in the screening are FREE coaching points so you can immediately start taking action!
We strongly suggest you take the CNC Supplement Review to be sure any supplements you’re taking are safe and won’t interfere with your treatment.
Why is a Supplement Review so important?
Supplements can interfere with prescription medications, over-the-counter products, cancer treatment regimens and other dietary supplements.
Dietary supplements, which are similar to medications, may have risks and side effects. Based on your existing medical conditions, supplements could be unsafe.
Supplement manufacturers are not required to perform research studies in human populations to prove their supplement is safe. Additionally, supplement companies may make exaggerated and/or false marketing claims.
The quality of dietary supplements, and active ingredient concentrations, can vary widely from brand to brand. Supplements could also be contaminated and have even been banned because they were found to be unsafe.
Current research does not support utilizing dietary supplements to reduce the risk of disease or treat chronic conditions such as cancer.
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Because Oncology Dietitians lead to better outcomes!