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How can a dietitian help if you have prostate cancer?

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A registered dietitian can make sure you get enough calories, meet all your nutritional needs, and suggest ways to plan your meals and snacks. A dietitian can also provide suggestions to work around any eating problems that may hamper proper nutrition (such as feeling full too soon, trouble with swallowing, or taste changes).

From: Prostate Cancer: Eating Right WebMD Medical Reference

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American Cancer Society. Harvard Health Letter. 
 

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on October 23, 2017

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American Cancer Society. Harvard Health Letter. 
 

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on October 23, 2017

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