You may eat sea food, beans and lean meat. Just be sure to scrape away cooked and raw fat from the meat. Fried meats are alright as long as only a very small amount of oil is used. To be on the safer side, eat only the dishes that are steamed or boiled, instead of deep-fried. Meats are also a good source of Vitamin B. Meat & Poultry Eggs and chicken meat are also a good source of protein. However, along with dairy products, they are also sources of fat. Dark meat (pork and beef) has higher fat content than white meat (chicken, fish and turkey). These protein sources must be taken sparingly as well.
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At Cancer Treatment Centers of America ® (CTCA), each patient is assigned a multidisciplinary care team that works with you to attack the cancer while also managing liver cancer-related side effects. Our clinicians are trained to offer evidence-informed supportive care therapies designed to help you stay strong throughout treatment, manage pain and support your quality of life. Our nutritionists, rehabilitation therapists, naturopathic clinicians, mind-body therapists and other supportive care clinicians work together with your care team as part of the CTCA ® patient-centered approach to care.