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The articles in this section focus on how to take the Cooking for Chemo ideas and actually apply them to your specific situation. Understanding the Cooking for Chemo ideas and flavor theories FIRST are what help you understand the WHY and HOW of this section. Learning Roundness of Flavor and Taste Perception first help you to understand how to adjust flavor in the application of this section.
What are metallic tastes? What causes them and how to combat them. This article focuses on teaching you how to understand metallic tastes.
Palate cleansing is the single most important weapon against metallic tastes. This is why Palate Cleansing gets an article all to itself.
Loss of Appetite is a side-effect that can actually kill you. It is vitally important that you learn how to combat Loss of Appetite to avoid cachexia.
The first step in combating nausea is identifying the source of your nausea. This article teaches you how to identify the source of your nausea.
After you can identify the sources of your nausea, we can now focus on cooking-related solutions to nausea.
Mouth sores suck. They hurt and can make eating extremely painful. This article teaches you everything you need to know about mouth sores.
Dysphagia, is an unfortunate side-effect of head and neck cancers. It can be short term or permanent. This article gives you helpful and practical advice on how to address this issue head-on.
Chemo diarrhea is a real thing. This article teaches you everything you need to do to handle this embarrassing side-effect.
Chemo constipation is no fun. Not only is it uncomfortable, but getting backed up can have negative consequences on your appetite.
This article takes all of the previous information and puts it into a short but effective explanation that anyone can understand. This article is the perfect article to send to a friend who wants to cook for you.