Anticancer Lifestyle Online Course

$19.95 $0.00

Ready to take charge of your health? As we endure this pandemic, many of us feel a loss of control over our daily lives and health. But we do have the ability to manage our stress levels, to eat well, to stay fit, and—especially since we are spending more time at home—to reduce toxins in our home environment.

The Anticancer Lifestyle online course will offer you the tools and information you need to stay strong and keep a healthy immune system in order to better weather this crisis.

During the month of April, we are offering our course on a “give-what-you-can” basis. While our normal fee of $19.95 helps support our nonprofit, during this unsure time we don’t want any dollar amount to be a barrier. No matter how much or even whether you are able to donate, we urge you to take advantage of this opportunity to learn from our experts about ways to stay strong.

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Doctor Recommended

“The Anticancer Lifestyle Program is a great self-paced tool and resource. It provides a starting place for patients with cancer and those interested in prevention.”

Dr. Roshani R. Patel MD, FACS, Breast Surgeon Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Manchester, NH

Doctor Recommended

“My patients respond to the Anticancer Lifestyle Program in a way I find unprecedented in 30 years of Radiation Oncology practice. It helps them feel that we are caring for them, and not just delivering cancer treatment.”

Dr. Thomas Sheldon MD, Medical Director, Dept of Radiation Oncology Concord Hospital, Concord, NH

Doctor Recommended

“The Anticancer Lifestyle Program has been integral to educating and empowering our patients to make lifestyle changes that improve their overall wellness and outcomes. We’ve been fortunate to have such a robust program at the Payson Center for Cancer Care.”

Dr. William Santis MD, Urologist Concord Hospital, Concord NH

Doctor Recommended

“My patients feel that they are being taught a great deal of important information in the Anticancer Lifestyle Program that they otherwise would not have been exposed to. They ultimately feel empowered and motivated to pursue significant lifestyle changes, and in most cases, these lifestyle changes are sustainable.”

Dr. Jeanna Walsh MD, Medical Oncologist and Medical Director Dana Farber-New Hampshire Oncology and Hematology

Program Overview

See the video below for a quick peek into the course.

Course Topics
See our module segments below to learn about topics we cover in the course.
  Anticancer Change

Course introduction, and ways to overcome barriers to change.

  • Strategies for positive lifestyle changes
  • Barriers to change
  • Planning for change
  • Social network
  Anticancer Diet

Simple food rules that will help you make healthier food choices.

  • Anticancer Diet
  • Excess weight and cancer
  • Eat real food
  • Eat plants, especially vegetables
  • Whole grains
  • Eat organic foods
  • Treat meat as a condiment
  • Eat safer seafood
  • Milk and eggs
  • Change your oil
  • Limit sweets to fruits
  • Spice it up
  • Drink a cup of tea… or two
  • Be a locavore
  • Grow more than flowers
  • Where to begin
  Anticancer Mindset

Ways to develop a mindset that supports healthy choices and change.

  • What is stress and how does the mind-body connection influence your body’s response to it?
  • Defining the Anticancer Mindset
  • How do you shape your mindset?
  • Mindfulness in everyday life
    Managing stress through mindfulness
  • Integrating mindfulness techniques into an Anticancer lifestyle
  Anticancer Fitness

Why and how to work activity into your daily life.

  • Anticancer Fitness
  • Fitness and health
  • Cardiovascular exercise
  • Strength training
  • Flexibility and balance
  • Creating a plan
  • Implementing your plan
  • The Anticancer benefits of sleep
  Anticancer Environment

How to reduce toxic exposures and create a healthier home and body.

  • Taking preventative action in the face of uncertain harm
  • Getting started
  • The law
  • Toxins and chemicals
  • The Precautionary Principle & the effect of toxins
  • Identifying safe personal care products
  • Cosmetics
  • Perfumes and fragrances
  • Dry cleaning, fabrics, and household plastics
  • Household cleaners
  • Food storage & cookware
  • Electromagnetic fields and radio frequencies
  • Household pesticides & other carcinogens


Wow, Wow, WOW! Every medical facility in the world should share this course with their patients BEFORE they get cancer!”

“Absolutely wonderful course!!!! This course came at EXACTLY the point in my journey when I needed it.”

“Everything else has been done TO us. This is something we get to do for ourselves.”

I really loved this course…it has changed my life and makes me feel like I have some control over a non-controllable situation! THANKS SO MUCH!!”

“The classes have given me back the trust in my body and my choices that I lost through cancer and  treatments.”

“This class has taken us all beyond being survivors. To me, surviving implies passivity. As a result of this program, we have all regained some sense of control.”

“I cannot tell you enough how well done these courses are – everything was great – the videos and interactive activities were very helpful. The organization and delivery of the content is very impressive!”

“In my humble opinion, this course can literally bring a person out of depression and give them the confidence to take control of their post-cancer life for the first time.”

“I’ve made many changes during the program, changes in activity levels, outlook, diet and confidence in the future and in my ability to affect my health and well- being. I feel armed with knowledge.”