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The Science Behind Reducing Our Risk of Breast Cancer

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Start:
August 3, 2011
Venue:
Molly's! A Chic & Unique Boutique
Phone:
941-921-1221
Address:
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1874 Stickney Point Road, Sarasota, FL, United States

At our August Girl Talk on Health event Rachel Chambers, RD, LD/N Registered Dietitian, Nutritionist at Venice Regional Medical Center will present a lively discussion on the latest science behind the nutrition guidelines that can most powerfully impact our risk for breast cancer. She will bring to light, based on the over 7000 studies that the American Institute for Cancer Research reviewed for the empowering messages to:  Eat more plant foods, less red meats and processed foods while exercising at least 30 minutes every day to maintain a healthy weight.

Now that summertime is in full swing we will learn 4 tips for healthy grilling to perfection while reducing our risk for breast cancer.  Other current topics include superfoods such as flaxseed and Vitamin D as they relate to breast cancer risk reduction.  So come and join us for an enjoyable evening of inspiring ideas for a healthy life.

Rachel Chambers

Rachel Chambers, RD, LD/N Registered Dietitian, Nutritionist at Venice Regional Medical Center

Rachel  graduated from Indiana University, Bloomington Indiana. She is an elite athlete for Team New Balance and Mix1 Sarasota Racing triathlon team with plans to compete on Team USA professional World Championship Duathlon team in Gijon, Spain on 9/24/11.

Contact Rachel.Chambers@hma.com or on facebook at Rachel Olson Chambers

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