Additional protein is needed during chemotherapy, radiation, and drug therapy for which of the following reasons?
Your fluid needs are higher during your treatment for leukemia.
To reduce your risk for foodborne illness, practice all of the following safety tips *except*:
Meat, poultry, and seafood should be your only sources of protein during your recovery.
To reduce your risk of foodborne illness during treatment, it’s wise to avoid the following foods:
Eating two to three meals each day can help to prevent nausea and decreased appetite during treatment.
All of the following are good ways to take in extra calories that your body needs during recovery *except*:
Thawing meat and poultry in the microwave is a safe way to defrost frozen foods before cooking.
Since taste and smell changes are common during cancer treatment, a good way to make food more appealing is to:
Taking antioxidant supplements during treatment can help with cancer treatment and recovery.