Nutrition

Here are two ways of eating that can help you ditch the “dieting” approach and enjoy a healthy relationship with food.

In a culture that’s often fixated on food and weight, Americans spend upward of $60 billion annually on diet and weight-loss products. We want to help you make informed decisions about healthy eating.

Roswell Park's Clinical Nutrition Department offers a 12-week Survivorship Healthy Lifestyle Program to guide and inspire cancer survivors who want to manage their weight and adopt a healthier lifestyle.

According to historical documents and archaeological finds, soybeans were first cultivated sometime in the 11th century BC in the eastern half of northern China, and soy has remained an important part of Asian diets ever since. Soy was first introduced to the United States in the mid-1700s.

Are you someone who relies on caffeine in the morning to start your day, or to power through the afternoon slump? If so, you aren’t alone.

Cancer patients have specific nutritional needs. Those needs can differ from person to person, depending on the type of cancer, the type of treatment and other factors. That's why Roswell Park's registered dietitians need specialized knowledge to care for our patients and survivors.

If you feel well and your doctor has not restricted your diet, you may be interested in embracing a healthy lifestyle after cancer treatment.

Concerns have been raised worldwide about whether chemicals used for growing crops can increase the risk of cancer. Is it time to go organic?
Can cancer patients in treatment eat seafood? Drink alcohol? Roswell Park's nutrition experts deliver the answers to these and other dietary questions.

The holidays are an exciting time of year. However, between the parties, stress and baked goods, it’s also a time when people tend to gain weight.

Thanksgiving is the time when we try to be thankful for what we have, to enjoy the company of our friends and family over a nice meal, and for many of us, it's the official start to the holidays.

What comes to mind when you think of fall? Probably cooling temperatures, changing leaves, Halloween, and of course, pumpkins!