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This section aims to help you keep to a healthy body weight after cancer treatment. We explain how changing the types of food you eat and being more physically active can help you lose weight and feel healthier.
Find out more about the treatments or side effects that can cause people to put on weight during cancer treatment
Find out more about how the energy you take in affects your weight
Find out about what information food labels can give you
Find healthy menu ideas
People who can help you manage your weight after cancer treatment
Find out more about the sources of information used to create this content
Find out how to measure your Body Mass Index and how to set a target for weight loss
Find out more about the different types of foods and how this knowledge can help you lose weight
Get some ideas for making healthy food choices
Find out more about increasing your physical activity and how it can help you lose weight
Find out more about how to keep track of your food and activity
For answers, support or just a chat, call the Macmillan Support Line free* (Monday to Friday, 9am-8pm).
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