What Do You Know About Nutrition and Metastatic Breast Cancer?

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Question 1 of 11

Boosting protein while you are in treatment for breast cancer is a healthy goal.

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Question 2 of 11

If I start gaining weight during treatment, then I should consider cutting my calories to lose weight.

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Question 3 of 11

I must start taking supplements while undergoing treatment for metastatic breast cancer to support my strength and energy levels.

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Question 4 of 11

Ginger products can help to limit or reduce nausea associated with breast cancer treatment.

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Question 5 of 11

Dry mouth is a common side effect of breast cancer treatments like chemotherapy.

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Question 6 of 11

I am more likely to suffer with diarrhea and not constipation when being treated with chemotherapy agents.

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Question 7 of 11

Foods high in anthocyanins have been shown to kill cancer cells.

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Question 8 of 11

Wild fish is an especially good protein choice for patients fighting metastatic breast cancer.

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Question 9 of 11

Eat cooked cruciferous vegetables like broccoli and Brussels sprouts because these vegetables seem to help to prevent cancer.

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Question 10 of 11

Steer clear of all soy foods if you are being treated for breast cancer.

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Question 11 of 11

There are some foods that should be tracked carefully or even avoided if you are currently being treated for metastatic breast cancer.

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