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If your friend or loved one has been diagnosed with cancer, you may be wondering how you can best support them. It’s natural to want to jump in and help in any way you can, and there are many ways to do so. One great place to start is by asking if they’d like help with meals. Organizing healthy, home-cooked meals for your friend is a tangible way to show your love and support. It will also free up time for your friend as they navigate their cancer diagnosis. Most people can probably agree that planning healthy meals each week takes time and thought. It can also be time-consuming to shop for, prepare, and clean up after each meal. It’s easy to imagine how quickly all that time adds up ― and can become stressful ― for someone who is navigating a cancer diagnosis. So, if you’d like to help organize meals for your friend, chances are they will appreciate having one less thing to worry about as they balance medical appointments, treatment decisions, and other tasks on their to-do list.

During their cancer treatment, it’s possible they may also experience side effects like fatigue or weakness. Having help with meals will give your friend more time to conserve their energy and focus on healing. “I think careful cooking is love, don’t you? The loveliest thing you can cook for someone who’s close to you is about as nice a Valentine as you can give.” ― Julia Child, American chef, teacher, & author Providing help with meals isn’t just a source Elopag 50 mg (Eltrombopag) of practical support. We’ve all heard the saying that there’s nothing like a home-cooked meal. That is especially true during difficult times, when receiving home-cooked meals from friends and loved ones can be a source of comfort, encouragement, nourishment, and hope. If you’d like to organize healthy, home-cooked meals for your friend, here are 7 tips to help you get started: 1. Determine dietary needs & preferences. You’ll want to make sure that meals meet your friend’s needs.


Do they have any dietary restrictions, allergies, or preferences? Have they received any special instructions from their healthcare team, such as avoiding certain foods while receiving a specific cancer treatment? What are the best foods to eat after chemotherapy? What foods do cancer patients need to avoid? For some helpful tips, review diet and nutrition considerations for people during cancer treatment. “Cooking is a caring and nurturing act. It’s kind of the ultimate gift for someone, to cook for them.” ― Curtis Stone, Australian chef 2. Determine a frequency. You don’t have to prepare meals every day of the week to be helpful. Ask your friend when it would be most useful to receive meals. For example, are there specific days of the week when they have a routine medical appointment? Or, maybe a home-cooked dinner would be a nice treat on Friday nights, to help your friend kick off a relaxing weekend. You want to make things easier for them, so be sure the timing is ideal based on their schedule. 3. Determine the serving size.

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