Meg Cadoux

Anticancer Lifestyle Foundation Co-Founder

Meg Cadoux is the co-founder of The Anticancer Lifestyle Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to promoting evidence-based lifestyle transformation for cancer survivors and those interested in reducing the risk of chronic illness. The Foundation owns and manages the Anticancer Lifestyle Program, which was created in 2011 by subject matter experts at a cancer center in New Hampshire.

For 15 years Meg was a freelance non-fiction writer, whose work appeared in the Boston Globe magazine, Yankee, and New Hampshire magazine, among other publications. In 2009, she began writing a regular column for Inc. magazine called “Balancing Acts” that explored work-life balance and the intersection of family and business in an entrepreneurial setting.

Meg’s book, For Better or For Work: A Survival Guide For Entrepreneurs and Their Families won the Axiom Business Book Award, and was cited by AMEX Open Forum, and Entrepreneur magazine as one of the best business books of 2012. Meg has also written two yogurt cookbooks.

Meg is married to Gary Hirshberg, chairman and co-founder of Stonyfield Yogurt. The couple has three children and two grandchildren.

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Meg Hirsbherg, Founder of Anticancer Lifestyle Program
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