Eat healthy for your future
Of course, this coping mechanism applies to an array of problems for those all across the globe, with or without cancer; however, very few people actually stick to it. Sometimes eating healthy is dismissed simply because it is such a universal truth, but it can truly make a difference in how you are able to cope with the difficulties that come your way.
Susan Sayles is a manager of Cvetko Patient Resource Center, and she explains how you can ensure you are getting the nutrition you need to feel your best, "your diet should be balanced; limit complex carbohydrates. Choose fruits and vegetables instead of cake and ice cream. Remember it can make a huge difference in your future."