Looking for more information regarding your nutrition during and post-treatment?

Colorectal Cancer Canada, through its Foods That Fight Cancer program has you covered! These helpful downloadable (and printable) guides feature tons of helpful tips and advice from registered dieticians who work in oncology centres across Canada.


Research has shown that about 50% of cancers are preventable and influenced by lifestyle factors that can be modified, such as avoiding tobacco, being physically active, having healthy eating and drinking habits and maintaining a healthy weight.

Inspiration for the Foods that Fight Cancer Program comes from a partnership between Colorectal Cancer Canada and renowned biochemist and researcher, Richard Béliveau. His expertise and passion for cancer prevention form the foundation of this ambitious project: to empower people to adopt healthy eating habits today in order to reduce the incidence of cancer in the future.

About Us
The World Cancer Research Fund has clear recommendations for a healthy diet that helps decrease your risks of developing cancer:

Eat a diet rich in a variety of vegetables, fruits and whole grains.

Learn More

Reduce your consumption of red meat and processed meat.

Learn More

Limit your consumption of alcohol and sugar-sweetened drinks.

Learn More

Eat fewer highly processed food products.

Learn More


Graphic: 5 easy recipes to eat less salt

December 17th, 2019|

Did you know that 80% of Canadian adults eat too much salt and exceed the tolerable upper intake level of 2300 mg/day determined by Health Canada? Try switch ready meals by one of these 5 quick and easy suggestions to help you eat less salt without giving up on taste!


Lentil Buckwheat Pilaf with Pumpkin Seeds, Carrots and Goji Berries

Chicken Curry with Cauliflower Couscous

Crispy Miso and Sunflower Crusted Salmon

More Recipes >