Healthy Eating & Cancer Prevention
How does what I eat affect my risk of cancer? One in three of us will be diagnosed with cancer during our lifetime so it is important to be aware of what we might be able to modify, including diet and exercise.
In this webinar, we will look at foods that support a healthy immune system and reduce chronic inflammation, as well as foods that should be avoided. We will also explore how lifestyle is also an important aspect of healthy eating patterns. A new understanding of the key role of the gut microbiome underscores the crucial role food and lifestyle play in supporting a robust and diverse microbiome. For example, some of us may be able to eat a broader range of foods than others as a result of this and other digestive health factors. Join us to help identify your personal risk factors and some easy steps to reduce them.
Registrants will receive the Zoom link one hour prior to the start of the session.
When: Thursday, August 19, 2021 | 10 AM
Where: Online Webinar
Speaker: Carolyn Katzin, MD
Dr. Carolyn Katzin is an Integrative Oncology Specialist with the Simms Mann UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology. She received her Master of Science in Public Health from UCLA in 1988 and has since been focusing on empowering and informing cancer patients for more than 30 years. Dr. Katzin has also published a book entitled "The Cancer Nutrition Center Handbook" which is now in its 7th edition. She has also been an active volunteer with the American Cancer Society for 30 years, working with groups and communities to further healthy environments, educate and advocate to support health and wellness. In addition to this, Dr. Katzin has served as a member of the Society's National Nutrition, Physical Activity and Cancer Control Committee, and is one of the past Chairs of the California Division Board of Directors.