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This Diet Toolkit supports the information and guidance you receive in the Diet Module of the Anticancer Lifestyle Program. The resources on this page will give you tools you can use to make informed (and delicious!) food choices.
Descarga el eBook “Adios a las Dietas: Una Guía para Comer Intuitivamente” para aprender de la dietista registrada y entrenadora de salud Crystal Pace acerca de cómo puede disfrutar de su comida, nutrir su cuerpo y dejar atrás la culpa.
Download the eBook “Bye-Bye Diets: A Guide To Intuitive Eating” to learn from Registered Dietitian and Health Coach Crystal Pace how you can enjoy your food, nourish your body, and leave the guilt behind.
Of the 256 mostly synthetic pesticide active substances allowed only in conventional agriculture, 55% carry health or environmental hazard warnings; for the 134 natural active substances that are also allowed in organic agriculture, only 3% do.
The World Obesity Atlas 2023, published by World Obesity Federation, predicts that the global economic impact of overweight and obesity will reach $4.32 trillion annually by 2035 if prevention and treatment measures do not improve.
Nutrition MD Dr. Michael Greger assembled this fact sheet about the nutritional benefits of plant-based meats.
Are grains inflammatory, and should they be avoided? Do you need supplements if you have a healthy diet? Plant-based milks seem to have some questionable ingredients.
In only ten minutes, Dr. Donald Abrams, integrative oncologist at UC San Francisco, shares his recommendations on the foods that are beneficial and those that would be best minimized or avoided to decrease the risk of disease, including cancer. Watch this video here.
Curious about which foods are inflammatory, and how they might affect your health? Crystal Cascio, ACLP”s dietitian, will discuss specific foods that influence inflammation in the body and the role of inflammation in chronic illness.
Printed in the Washington Post, January 23, 2023, by Tamar Haspel: January is peak diet season, and if it has you reaching for the latest weight-loss regimen, you’re not alone. But how do you know if that choice is just another crank diet? Its lips are moving.
As excerpted from the New York Times on January 18, 2023: Intuitive eating, as conceived by the dietitian-nutritionist duo, is the practice of renouncing restrictive diets and the goal of weight loss and encouraging people to tune into the intuition that governed their eating as toddlers.
The Journal Lancet Planetary Health published a study funded the first-ever, randomized controlled trial of community gardening by the American Cancer Society.
A study published in JAMA Internal Medicine confirmed that healthy eating patterns are linked to lower risk of total and cause-specific mortality.
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