Ways to Prep Your Kitchen to Eat Well During Cancer Treatment

Because there will be days during cancer treatment when you are too busy or too sick to do meals right, this eMedTV slideshow presents several tips to help ensure you and your family still eat well. This includes kitchen prep, freezing meals, and more.

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There will be days when you are stuck at doctors' appointments or chemo sessions until late in the afternoon, and you probably won't have the energy or time to cook a from-scratch meal. Be prepared with ready-to-go options, such as frozen dinners, canned soup, canned tuna, peanut butter, and other options that you can use to throw together quick but satisfying meals.

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