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Safe and Healthy Nutritional Practices to Follow During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Rachel Wong, RD, SCO, LD, an outpatient oncology dietician at Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, discussed safe and effective nutritional practices to consider during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic during a Facebook broadcast series from the cancer center.

Wong highlighted that there are a lot of concerns surrounding obtaining groceries during the pandemic, and she suggested that the best way to combat this is to shop smartly and limit trips to the grocery store. Planning meals ahead for at least 2 weeks is the ideal amount of time according to Wong.

“You have to plan appropriately, because you could buy things that you need just for that week, but if you’re really trying to make that time go longer, ideally make it only an every 2 week trip, you have to plan your meals out,” explained Wong. “Take out a piece of paper, sit down, even if you…

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