Diet | Webinars

Busting Cancer Food Myths

October 17, 4pm PT / 7pm ET

Cancer world is chock full of misinformation–especially about food. Does sugar cause cancer? What about soy, pickles, and smoked meats? Can juice cleanses really cure cancer? With click-bait headlines regularly popping up on our screens, it’s no wonder most of us are confused about which foods actually reduce cancer risk and which foods would be best avoided.

In this free webinar, Registered Dietitian Crystal Pace will bust through some of the most common cancer food myths and share tips about foods that can – truly – reduce cancer risk. 

You’ll learn about:

  • The real truth about many common cancer food myths
  • Foods that can help you reduce your risk of cancer
  • How to find reputable information related to diet and cancer

There will be a live Q&A at the end of the webinar.

Diet Webinar

This webinar is brought to you by the Anticancer Lifestyle Program, a program designed to help people reduce their risk of cancer by making healthy lifestyle choices.

About the presenter:
Crystal Pace, Register Dietitian, Anticancer Lifestyle Program

Crystal is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) and certified health coach. Crystal received her B.S. degree in nutrition from the University of New Hampshire, and her M.S. degree in nutrition from New York University. Crystal takes a holistic approach to help individuals

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