If you have lost weight during cancer treatment, the building-up diet will help to give you more energy.
Cancer and its treatment can cause problems with eating, including sickness, appetite loss and a sore mouth.
Cancer and its treatment can affect the way you look, and how you feel about your body. Read our advice on how to cope.
Try some of our recipes, including smoothies, main dishes and soups. They’re tailored specifically for people with cancer and are simple and quick to prepare.
Order other free resources to help you maintain a healthy lifestyle, such as the Macmillan recipe book.
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