Cancer Survivor's Guide to Nutrition: Lecture Series
As cancer treatment continues or comes to an end, you may wonder what foods you should be eating. It may be time to develop new lifestyle behaviors in regard to nutrition and physical activity. Join in for a monthly lecture and discussion on the importance of nutrition and physical activity in cancer recovery and prevention.
Each month, a new topic is discussed. Topics range from choosing whole foods, sugars and sweeteners, understanding food labels and nutrition claims, use of supplements, etc.
Cancer Survivor's Guide to Nutrition
When: April 23rd at 6:30 pm, 2012
Where: Conference Center in Physicians Pavilion East
This month's topic is spring salads. Most people eat the typical salad made of fresh greens and vegetables. This month, I will prepare a recipe containing sweet potato, cabbage, and greens for a different take on the spring salad. I will also prepare an easy homemade dressing and send you home with recipes to try on your own.
Lite fare, refreshments are served
A parking pass is provided.
Open to patients and family members of the Sandra and Malcolm Berman Cancer Institute, Breast Center, and Milton J. Dance Head and Neck Center.
** Please contact Keri Ryniak, RD at
443-849-8186 or firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a spot.
This is a free patient service open to patients and family members of the Milton J. Dance, Jr. Head and Neck Center and the Sandra and Malcolm Berman Cancer Institute and Breast Center at GBMC. Light fare and refreshments are served and parking is complimentary.