Nutritional Info

Scott's Sample Menu

Scott’s Sample Menu 

Breakfast • 8oz. fresh juice or smoothie • Wheatgrass shot • Oatmeal with choice of fresh fruit • Oatmeal bread or organic 100% Rye, may be toasted with honey 

Lunch • 8oz. warm Homemade Soup • 8oz. apple-carrot juice • Baked potato (with vegan yogurt dressing, honey and/or cinnamon when permitted) • Fruit Salad 

Dinner • 8oz. Aloe Vera Juice or Fresh Carrot Juice • Beans and Quinoa – High in protein • Fruit Snacks • Sliced Fruit • Dried Fruit • Nuts • Smoothie • Fresh Juice • Protein Shake blended with alkaline ice (use alkaline water in ice trays)  

 ***Vary meals by using different vegetables, different methods of preparing soup and salads. Organic sweet potatoes may be served once a week. Absolutely No sugar, meat or dairy products, use vegan products for protein supplements, butter, cheese, ect., if you necessarily have to.

Scott's Sample Shopping List

Organic Produce

• Almonds • Almond Butter • Apples (preferably Granny Smith) • Apricot • Asparagus  • Beets • Black berries • Broccoli  • Brussels Sprouts • Cabbage • Cilantro • Carrots • Celery • Cherries • Cauliflower • Cucumber • Dried fruit • Dill • Eggplant • Garlic • Grapefruit • Green beans • Honey/Maple Syrup • Kale • Kiwi • Lemons/Limes • Leeks • Mango • Mushrooms (Reishi, Maitake and Enoki) • Mustard Greens • Oatmeal or Rolled Oats • Oatmeal Bread (100%) • Oranges • Parsley • Pears • Purple Onion • Quinoa • Raspberries • Raisins • Romaine Lettuce • Rye Bread (salt and yeast free, thinly sliced in health food store freezer section) • Seaweed • Spinach • Strawberries • Sweet Potatoes (yams) • Tea (peppermint, raspberry and green) • Watercress • Yellow Squash • Zucchini 

**Ideally, green leafy vegetables should be purchased at least twice weekly for freshness


• Alkaline Water • Aloe Vera Juice • Almond Milk • Mineral Water • Tea (green, peppermint, raspberry, chamomile, ginger) • Wheatgrass • Vegan Protein Shakes 


* Tumeric • Sea Salt • Sage • Saffron  • Fennel • Rosemary • Thyme • Dill  • Cinnamon  • Curry  • Ginger • Tamari  • Coriander  • Apple Cider Vinegar • Miso and Vegetable Broth 


• Lentils • Legumes  • Chick pea  • Snow Pea, Green Pea, Split Pea • Black beans • White Navy Beans 

***All meals must be prepared with alkaline water.

10 Things to Know About Diet and Nutrition

Nutrition can be a major focus for people who have been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. The disease itself, along with treatments such as surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy, can change your body’s ability to digest and absorb nutrients from food.  While this website contains general advice on managing dietary issues, you will probably find it useful to talk to a dietitian about your specific needs.

1. How Pancreatic Cancer Affects Your Diet

2. Malabsorption  What causes malabsorption?

3. Pancreatic Enzyme Replacement Therapy (PERT)  What are pancreatic enzyme supplements?

4. Diet and Surgery For Pancreatic Cancer

5. Diabetes and Nutrition

6. Food-Type Nutritional Supplements

7. Mealtimes – General Advice

8. Change in Taste and Smell

9. Coping With Sickness and Nausea

10. Coping with Mouth Sores


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