Dec 20 2022
36-Jen Nolan - Tips to Handle Treatments & Make Them More Effective
A cancering journey can be a tough road. Conventional treatments like chemotherapy and radiation can take a toll on a patient mentally, emotionally and physically. But, there are some things that can be done to help alleviate some of the side-effects and even enhance the treatments!Join me today as I speak with Jen Nolan, owner and lead oncology nutrition consultant with Remission Nutrition. Jen has a lot of fascinating information about practical things a cancering patient can do the benefit their treatment plan and even some information for anyone looking to improve their health through food.Connect with Jen at Remission Nutrition:https://www.remissionnutrition.com/Suggested Resources:NutivaPerfect AminosDesigns for HealthFour SigmaticForce of NatureBOOK: The Metabolic Approach to CancerSuggestions for snacks to take on a trip or to the hospital:grain-free, low-carb granolajar/carton unsweetened nut milk or coconut milkfresh berrieshard boiled eggsegg salad with avocado mayo and crunchy veggies (think celery) or canned tunagrass fed meat sticksgreen apple slices and nut butter (sugar-free nut butter packets are available)1/2 avocado with salt and lemon/lime juice (eat with a spoon)macadamia nut hummus with veggies (celery, cucumber, bell pepper, etc.). suggested recipe: Macadamia Nut HummusJen's Go-To Travel snack: In a "dry" jar combine ground flax, hemp hearts, pumpkin seeds, walnuts, cinnamon, coconut flakes, blueberries. In a "wet" jar bring a nut milk. Pour milk into the "dry" jar and eat with a spoon.