Nutrition plays a vital role in the treatment of cancer. A healthy diet can help patients maintain proper digestive health, prevent malnutrition and remain strong during their treatments. Lancaster Cancer Center understands the importance nutrition plays in a patient’s recovery, which is why we offer an on-site dietitian to provide nutritional support throughout treatment.
Lindsay Coleman, RD is a registered dietitian who provides medical nutrition therapy for patients undergoing chemotherapy. She helps patients develop dietary strategies to prevent side effects from chemotherapy and supports patients after their treatment to reach and maintain healthy lifestyle goals. Lindsay also advises patients on which nutritional supplements should be incorporated into their health plan.
Lindsay Coleman, RD
Dishes 2 Nourish (D2N)
FREE to the community, Dishes 2 Nourish (D2N) offers cooking demonstrations on a wide-range of nutritional topics in the Lancaster Cancer Center dining commons. Participants can sample the prepared entrees during the class and receive a copy of the recipes to cook at home. Lindsay is also available to answer any dietary questions and how they relate to cancer.
Call Lindsay Coleman at 717-291-1313 ext. 102 to register
Sign up for upcoming classes in nutritional cooking :
“Holiday Foods to Fight Cancer”
Thursday, December 13th, 10-11 a.m. or 3-4 p.m.
Food and the holiday season are inseparable, with special treats around every corner. Moderation is key, of course…but every time we eat we have the opportunity to do something good for our bodies. Join D2N this month to learn about how to incorporate cancer-fighting foods into some holiday favorites.
Thursday, January 10th, 10-11 a.m. or 3-4 p.m.
Aches, pain, and general inflammation can wreak havoc in our bodies, particularly as we age. Inflammation in the body is complex – thankfully, nutrition can play a key role in decreasing it. Come to D2N this month to learn how to tweak your diet to fight inflammation.
Thursday, February 14th, 10-11 a.m.
Whether the weather is cold or mild, soup is a delicious way to nourish the body. For many, the sodium content of many soups in restaurants or the grocery aisle is too high for what the doctor recommends. Join D2N to learn, share, and taste the many ways to have a flavorful, but not salty, soup.
Thursday, March 14th, 10-11 a.m.
Traditional baked goods are a tasty way to celebrate or comfort friends and family, but they tend to provide a lot of calories and not so many nutrients. In this D2N class, Lindsay, our dietitian, will share the many ways she makes her favorite treats into healthier choices.
All classes are held at Lancaster Cancer Center, 1858 Charter Lane, Greenfield Corporate Center, Lancaster. Seating is limited. Registration required. To learn more or to register, call 717-291-1313 ext. 102 or email email@example.com.
Location: The Lancaster Cancer Center dinning commons.