In January, cancer surpassed heart disease as the number one killer of Americans under age 85. The new statistic brings even more meaning to the important work of The Cancer Project.
To learn more about how a healthy diet can help you and your family beat cancer, please visit The Cancer Project’s recently redesigned Web site. You’ll find everything you need to put the power of foods to work: simple and delicious vegetarian recipes, fact sheets, and summaries of recent studies on diet. The site also includes a free downloadable version of The Cancer Project’s comprehensive new manual for cancer survivors, The Survivor’s Handbook: Eating Right for Cancer Survival.
CancerProject.org also offers the most current information on The Cancer Project’s popular Food for Life nutrition and cooking classes. The series focuses on how a healthy and delicious vegetarian diet can help prevent cancer—and perhaps even improve cancer survival. Begun in Washington, D.C., the classes are quickly expanding throughout the country. Sponsors have included the Lance Armstrong Foundation, Whole Foods, PacifiCare Foundation, A Sparrow’s Song Foundation, and other nationally recognized organizations.
Free Nutrition and Cooking Classes