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Many clinical studies show an association between poor diet and a risk of cancer, and a healthy diet is one of the most important lifestyle changes to help reduce the risk of cancer. There are many conflicting thoughts and ideas about what consists of an anticancer diet. Often the information can be confusing for cancer patients.

If you currently are diagnosed with cancer and receiving treatment, good nutrition is extremely important as conventional therapy, including Chemotherapy, Radiotherapy and immune therapy can often result in malnutrition. Malnutrition adversely affects the quality of life, limits or interrupts treatment, and may be life-threatening if left untreated.

An optimal nutritional program can consist of personalised meal plans, dietary supplements, herbs or other botanicals that are designed to supplement the diet and give you the support you need.

At Life Clinic our expert team of Oncologists and Nutritionists combine their knowledge to provide patients with general principles of anti-cancer diet as well as specific nutritional advice, meal plans and recipes based on the patient's cancer type and stage.