IN THIS EPISODE
Tamar Rothenberg, MS, RDN, is a registered dietitian who specializes in recovery after breast cancer in her private practice in Los Angeles. She has a Certificate of Training in Vegetarian Nutrition; is an adjunct professor of nutrition at Touro College and University; and co-led the clinical study, Coping with Cancer in the Kitchen, published in Nutrients. She is the author of a new book, Cancer Diet for the Newly Diagnosed.
We discuss topics including:
- Not being a “weight centric” dietitian
- Understanding how bodies change when you are in “survivorship”
- Patients are vulnerable and want a “quick fix”
- Understanding the science about nutrition and cancer
- Incorporating intuitive eating and breast cancer treatment
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