Nutrition services for cancer patients
Chemotherapy or radiation may interfere with your appetite; even change your sense of taste. Maintaining a healthy diet is important, but sometimes hard to achieve when facing cancer. That's why we offer nutritional services to guide you through this time.
Medical nutrition therapy (MNT) is an essential part of your care plan and is offered to every patient at The Christ Hospital Cancer Center. We have a Registered Dietitian who is available to meet with you to establish an individualized diet plan and manage issues that can come along with cancer treatment such as weight loss, digestion problems, or taste alterations. Ask your Physician or Registered Nurse if you are interested in meeting with our Dietitian.
Cooking for Wellness program
Our specialists work together to promote balanced healthy eating through "Cooking for Wellness." In partnership with
Cancer Support Community, this free cooking demonstration and education series inspires cancer patients and their families to learn about diet and food preparation and how it relates to their cancer diagnosis and treatment. This program can help patients manage symptoms like loss of appetite, weight changes (loss or gain) nausea and changes in the way food taste.
Our Registered Dietitian or cancer expert presents all of the "Cooking for Wellness" classes. Classes take place in the newly constructed demonstration kitchen in The Christ Hospital Cancer Center (Level D), at
The Christ Hospital in Mt. Auburn.
Registration is required due to limited seating. Call Cancer Support Services at 513-585-4002 or email
Cancer Support Services.
Nutrition for Wellness Series
First Wednesday of the month
11 a.m. – noon in the Cancer Center activity room
Discissions with an oncology dietitian about optimizing your nutrition during cancer treatment will include topics on symptom management, vitamin and mineral supplements, and other nutrition-related concerns. Registration not required. Ask your care team member about how to join virtually.