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Nutrition Services for Breast Cancer

Making changes to our eating habits and patterns may reduce the risk of developing breast cancer in the first place.


Alongside frontline medical treatment, lifestyle changes such as appropriate nutrition, physical activity (under the guidance of an exercise physiologist or physiotherapist), and stress management could enhance your quality of life and may even reduce the risk of recurrence.

During active treatment for breast cancer, common side effects may affect your desire and ability to eat enough. Weight gain and weight loss are also common during active treatment and maintenance therapy.

Shirley has extensive experience in breast cancer nutrition. With this expertise, Shirley can guide you through your nutritional needs during the active treatment phase, recovery phase, and survivor or METAviver stage.

Shirley can personalize your nutritional needs based on various factors, including the subtype of breast cancer.

Book an appointment with a dietitian who truly understands what you are going through and can help you navigate this journey.

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