Eating Well for Cancer with Christine Bailey.
Tues 12th February, 9.30am – 2.30pm
(Includes 2-course lunch and 3hrs BANT CPD Approved Pending)
FOR PRACTITIONERS AND MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC
Early Bird £95 (Regular price £105)
TO BOOK, VISIT WWW.CBCANCER.EVENTBRITE.COM
Both Cancer Research UK and the National Cancer Institute (NCI) acknowledge the role diet has on cancer incidence, survival and recovery. What you choose to eat can make all the different on outcomes whether you are looking at cancer risk, progression or recurrence.
This seminar will provide practical and evidence-based nutritional support in relation to dietary and lifestyle factors for different cancers.
This Seminar will include:
- Risk reduction – dietary and lifestyle strategies to reduce your risk of cancer
- Role of laboratory testing for personalised approach
- Tackling side effects during and post treatment
- Role of specific nutrients and foods
- A review of the evidence around common dietary strategies employed in cancer care
- Moving forward – longer term approaches
The seminar will finish with a delicious 2-course lunch and there will be plenty of time to ask questions.
*** 3 HOURS BANT CPD APPROVED, CERTIFICATE SUPPLIED AFTER THE EVENT ***
- 9.30am Registration
- 10-11.30am Part 1
- 11.30-11.45am Break
- 11.45-1.15pm Part 2
- 1.15-2.30pm 2-course lunch
About Christine Bailey
Christine Bailey is an award-winning, degree-qualified nutritional therapist, chef, author and broadcaster with over 18 years of experience. Known for her engaging style and enthusiasm, Christine’s writing on nutrition has been featured in the national press and she appears regularly on TV. She’s a nutrition expert on Sky News and has appeared on BBC’s The Truth About Stress & The Truth About Sugar. She is also nutritional expert behind CBBC’s Operation Ouch Mental Health Special Programme released in November. With additional training with the Institute of Functional Medicine, Christine has the unique ability to translate nutritional research into everyday practical recipes and diet programmes.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
There is free parking outside the venue, in front of the row of shops and Vauxhall dealership opposite (free from 5.30pm) and in nearby residential streets (please check the signs).
Norbiton is the closest train station on the Waterloo to Shepperton line (c5 mins in a taxi), alternatives are Kingston and New Malden (both c.10mins in a taxi). The 213 bus stops outside (Kingston to Sutton route) and other buses stop close by.
Any views, opinions and/or claims expressed or made by the author of this event are their own. Inclusion of this event in The Willow’s or Irrefutable Health’s marketing does not imply endorsement and/or agreement with these views, opinions and/or claims.
Event organised by Bluesky Connexions on behalf of Irrefutable Health. Held at The Willow Real Food Restaurant.