The Power of Food for Cancer Prevention & Survival
Certain diet patterns seem to have a major effect in helping cancer survivors to live longer, healthier lives. Numerous studies have shown that a diet built from plant foods offers the most cancer-fighting protection of any diet plan.
Reviews by the American Institute for Cancer Research showed that as much as 40% of cancer risk may be related to diet.
The Food for Life: Cancer Project classes offer a unique opportunity to acquire knowledge about the link between diet and cancer, experience the benefits of plant-based nutrition, and learn the practical cooking skills needed to help you on your journey to better health.
Featured Class Topics:
- Introduction to How Foods Fight Cancer
- Fueling Up on Low-Fat, High-Fiber Foods
- Favoring Fiber
- Discovering Dairy Alternatives
- Replacing Meat
- Cancer-Fighting Compounds and Immune-Boosting Foods
- Maintaining a Healthy Weight
Cost: $25 per class/person. Usually taught in a 4-series session/ $100 (4 classes @ $25 each) or Couples Discount is $160 per couple. Hosting venue has the option of anywhere from 1 to 5 classes per session.
Includes:15-20 minute DVD lecture by Dr. Neal Barnard, discussion & tips, live cooking demo, and lots of food.
Classes are normally offered in 4 and 5 week series, meeting once a week, though they are flexible and can be adjusted to meet each venue’s needs, even down to a onetime 1-2 hour class.
For even more information on Food for Life classes this LINK will offer help.
Instructor, Terri Edwards, earned her Plant-Based Nutrition Certification through eCornell’s, T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies and is licensed through Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine as a Food for Life instructor.
Terri also offers other services both online and locally such as online Food for Life consultation, public speaking, and group grocery store tours. Fully licensed, certified, and insured. To book Food for Life classes at your venue, contact Terri.
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Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine is a non-profit organization that began in 1985 with only a handful of physicians, but has grown to having more than 12,000 physician members. PCRM has been advancing healthcare through preventative medicine–especially through good nutrition–and through clinical research for over 3 decades.
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