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Upcoming Webinars

You Have Cancer: What Now?

You Have Cancer: What Now?

Tuesday, March 21st
4 PM PST / 7 PM EST

Like many of our participants, ACLP co-founder Meg Cadoux Hirshberg has heard a doctor say the words: "You have cancer." Three times, actually. During this session, Meg will share her 12 "Rules of the Road" for how to handle a cancer diagnosis, both emotionally and practically.

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Ask the Expert: Cooking Edition
Ask the Expert: Cooking Edition

Have you ever wanted to know easier ways to prepare vegetables, or handy tricks for preserving foods, or the difference between mincing, chopping, and dicing? If you answered yes to any of these questions, please join us for the first ever Ask the Expert: Cooking Edition, led by Ananda Kaplan, chef/recipe developer for the Anticancer Lifestyle Program.

Fasting Frenzy: The Science Behind Fasting and What to Consider Before Beginning
Fasting Frenzy: The Science Behind Fasting and What to Consider Before Beginning

There's no shortage of information about the reported benefits of intermittent fasting. But what is it, and how does it work? In this webinar, Anticancer Lifestyle Program Registered Dietitian Crystal Pace, and Oncology Registered Dietitian Taylor Scialo, will cover whether intermittent fasting is beneficial during active cancer treatment and for cancer prevention, in addition to essential factors to consider before starting a fasting program.

Change Your Posture, Change Your Life
Change Your Posture, Change Your Life

Do you sit or stand in the same position for long periods of time due to work or leisure-time activities? You’re not alone. In this webinar led by Nutrition and Exercise Physiology expert Peter Pace, you will learn how your posture affects your health, along with strategies and exercises for maintaining good posture to improve circulation, digestion, musculoskeletal health, mood, cognition, and more.

Gut Health: What Is It & How to Improve It
Gut Health: What Is It & How to Improve It

Your gut is home to trillions of bacterial cells, fungi, and viruses—all of which make up your gut “microbiome”. These microbes play a critical role in your health, affecting digestion, immune function, weight regulation, and more. Dr. Jennifer McQuade of MD Anderson Cancer Center, will discuss ways that gut microbiome affects our overall health, risk of cancer, response of cancer treatments; and how choices we make impact the microbiome and immune system.

Fit After 50: Add Days to Your Life & Life to Your Days
Fit After 50: Add Days to Your Life & Life to Your Days

Research reveals physical activity is a real-life “fountain of youth”. However, most older adults don’t meet current physical activity guidelines and sedentary behaviors are on the rise. Nutrition and Exercise Physiology expert Peter Pace will cover health benefits of exercise after 50, special considerations, how to develop a personalized exercise program, and resources to help you.