It is important to have an understanding that one of the foundational aspects in fighting lung and liver cancer involves presenting your body with ample vitamins, minerals, and nutrients, so that it is operating at peak capacity, fully able to cope with the rigors of more conventional cancer treatment methods like radiation therapy, chemotherapy, and surgery. According to the ACS, your diet should consist largely of whole grains, fruits, and vegetables, while minimizing your intake of saturated fats, alcohol, trans fats, fried foods, sugars, processed foods, and white (refined) flour items. Many fruits and vegetables such as broccoli, berries, and the like have been shown to have powerful cancer fighting properties, so strive to consume at least one serving of fruits and one serving of vegetables with every meal while battling lung and liver cancer. Beyond that, ensure that your diet contains plenty of lean protein, as protein is the building block that your body uses to construct and repair tissue. Aim to consume anywhere from 0.5 g to 0.8 g of protein per pound of bodyweight to provide your body with enough raw material to heal the damage caused by treatment for lung and liver cancer. Good protein sources include chicken, beef, eggs, seafood, and turkey. Finally, provide your body with sufficient amounts of healthy fats -- around 25 to 30 percent of your diet should consist of calories from fat. Healthy fat sources consist of nuts, oils, and seeds, along with those fruits that naturally contain fat like avocados.
Dietary Tips
• Use dietary tips to help keep body weight high where lung and liver cancer have reached advanced stages. Here, the focus shifts slightly. Aim to increase caloric intake to maintain body weight even if some of those calories are from less-than-nutritious sources. Employ protein shakes made with ice cream, copious scoops of high-calorie foods like condensed milk and natural peanut butter, or any other foods that the patient finds appetizing to help

Here we go How to formulate a Diet to Support Liver Cancer Healing

You want to eat food that will help you stay healthy and fight liver cancer. You must avoid food that might feed the cancer and make you sicker. Use these tips to create a liver cancer diet that will help you get better

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1. Consume adequate calories by eating every couple of hours, protein is very important in assisting the body to recover and regenerate healthy cells. Loss of appetite is symptoms of liver cancer so just have small quantities every hour or two. You may experience nausea and abdominal pain so you won't feel like eating; however it is important to eat to give your body every chance to fight the cancer.

2. Drink plenty of water, herbal teas especially white tea, dandelion tea, you will also find that coconut juice will aid digestion and healthy metabolism of food

3. Adequate protein intake is vital 90 – 120 grams per day; this needs to be 60% healthy nuts such as almonds, walnuts & Brazil nuts, beans, lentils, 40% fish and lean organic chicken.

4. Add flavour to your food so it doesn't taste so bland. Chemotherapy and radiation can alter your taste buds. You can add seasoning, salt and marinades to meat to make it taste better. Add sauce or soy sauce to vegetable dishes and add vinegar or salad dressings to salads.

5. Put healthy natural flavourings into your food this will not only make it taste yummy but it will also be better for you - like garlic, red capsicum, mild chilli, cumin, coriander, basil and onion. To make the meal more interesting and nutritional add to your dishes nuts such as almonds, walnuts, hazel nuts, brazil nuts (these can be ground or shredded and seeds such as pumpkin, sesame.

6. For additional flavour and zest adding lemon or lime juice, mango will be delicious

7. Daily vegetable juicing will help to keep your mineral and phosphate levels up, it will also help with adequate intake of vitamins. Vegetables should include; carrots, spinach, broccoli and spinach, for some additional flavour including a red apple and a pear is good.

8. Eat plenty of fresh fruit and raw vegetables to get healthy. These natural foods have plenty of vitamins.

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