Chemotherapy: What can I do if I don’t have an appetite? | Norton Cancer Institute

Chemotherapy: What can I do if I don’t have an appetite? | Norton Cancer Institute


It’s not uncommon for somebody
undergoing chemotherapy to have a decreased appetite for a day
or two or three. That’s okay, what you want to
focus on, on those days when you don’t have a
whole lot of appetite is to make sure that you drink your fluids and also eating small frequent snacks
instead of focusing on three large meals every day. Fluids that you can
drink while if you have a decreased appetite,
include water broth, soup, popsicles, gelatin, and even smoothies or nutritional supplement
drinks. Small snacks that you can eat during the
day can include yogurt, cottage cheese, eggs, chicken, peanut butter, beans. So there’s many healthy choices that
you can eat and snack on throughout the day. If you see yourself losing a lot of weight and you’re going for many days without eating make sure you call your doctor’s office
and notify your doctor. are are

🦋Escucha a tu corazón, no te rindas, ese dolor que hoy sientes en tu interior, se irá

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