EATING WELL AFTER CANCER
23 June 4.30-5.30pm
EAT WELL AFTER CANCER
23 June 4.30-5.30pm
CONTENT AND LEARNING OBJECTIVES
After cancer, some people may feel anxious about food and eating – especially if they’ve had to follow special diets during treatment.
In addition, specific cancer treatments can increase the risk of cardiovascular disease, so some people may benefit from adopting ‘heart healthy’ diets following cancer treatment.
And there is emerging research that following a healthy diet may reduce the risk of cancer recurrence.
This webinar will explore the various aspects of eating well after cancer.
WATCH THE WEBINAR TO
GAIN CLEAR UNDERSTANDING OF:
- The benefits of a healthy diet after cancer
- How to return to a ‘normal’ diet after cancer
- How a healthy diet can reduce the risk of other diseases after cancer
BE AWARE OF:
- The diet and nutrition challenges people may face after cancer
- The evidence on diet and nutrition after cancer
- The tools and resources available to help you
BE ABLE TO:
- Support people to eat well after cancer
- Access evidence-based information on eating well after cancer
Please note, webinars are not intended to be used by non-medically qualified individuals or as a substitute for, or basis for any medical treatment.
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Oncology Dietitian & Clinical Operations Manager (Onkohealth); Freelance Dietitian (Hug Nutrition); World Cancer Research Fund survivorship ambassador and consultant; Macmillan Oncology Dietitian
Adele is an oncology specialist dietitian and consultant at World Cancer Research Fund and leads support sessions focusing on eating well whilst living with cancer. Adele has worked in the NHS providing tailored clinical nutrition support to people living with cancer throughout all stages of their cancer journey. She is now working for a small health tech start up developing a digital solution to health optimisation in patients with cancer.
WEBINAR HOST AND MODERATOR
Tanya Haffner, CEO RD MyNutriWeb
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This webinar is kindly run in association with World Cancer Research Fund
About World Cancer Research Fund
We are experts in cancer prevention. We champion the latest and most authoritative scientific research from around the world on cancer prevention and survival through diet, weight and physical activity, so that we can help people make informed lifestyle choices to reduce their cancer risk. Find out more here.
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