- Question from Maritza: I know cookies, chips and all the other junk foods are bad for me. Do you have any tips so that I'm less tempted to buy that stuff when I shop?
- Answers - Ronda Gates, M.S., R.Ph. First of all, there are no good or bad foods; there are just wiser choices. The best shopping tip I suggest is to go with a list and stick to the list.
- Marisa C. Weiss, M.D. Don't shop when you are hungry!
- Ronda Gates, M.S., R.Ph. If possible, don't take your children with you if they nag you about buying those kinds of things. Cookies, chips and other foods are a normal part of a healthy diet. Don't moralize on food. Even Twinkies could save lives in poor countries. Don't give up foods that nurture you; just watch your food portions. A great strategy is to eat a healthy meal, and to then treat yourself using good judgement. I always say, how much would I feed to a young baby, and then feed myself that amount.
On Wednesday, July 19, 2000, our Ask-the-Expert Online Conference was called Food for Cancer Recovery. Ronda Gates, M.S., R.Ph. and moderator Marisa Weiss, M.D. answered your questions about nutrition and how it relates to cancer recovery.
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