There are ways to deal with eating, digestion or weight loss problems when you have cancer. Medicines, soft diets, adding calories to your diet or tube feeding are some of the ways to manage diet problems.
Advice on how to start getting help with diet problems and who can help when you have cancer.
Find out about the medicines that can help with diet problems, and their possible side effects.
It is not always easy to get used to the set meal times when staying in the hospital. Find out what you can do to help you with eating in the hospital.
How to add calories to your diet to help you put on weight and increase your protein intake for growth and repair.
If you have difficulty swallowing because of your cancer and treatment, a soft diet can help.
Find tips on how to deal with diet problems such as taste changes, loss of appetite, diarrhoea, constipation and sickness (nausea).
Read about drip and tube feeding if you need extra nourishment as a result of weight loss or your treatment.
Information on some popular alternative therapies that claim to help control or cure nutritional problems, or even the cancer itself.
Find out about diet problems that can happen in advanced cancer, including information on treatments available to control your symptoms.