Dr. Waldman will use breast cancer as an example to discuss:
• the role that food, environmental, and lifestyle toxins play;
• the importance of gut and liver health;
• the role that nutrient deficiencies play;
• the close relationship between metabolic syndrome and cancer.
Log on 10 minutes early (at 3:50 PM Pacific / 6:50 PM Eastern) for the pre-webinar segment that will include a brief interview with Dr. Waldman.
Helayne Waldman, EdD, MS, has been an educator for the past thirty years and has specialized in holistic nutrition education for the past seven. She received her doctorate at the University of San Francisco, her nutrition training at Bauman College of Holistic Nutrition, and has taught previously at San Francisco State University, Mills College, Bauman College, and the Helsinki School of Economics and Business Administration. In addition to teaching, Dr. Waldman maintains a private practice in Oakland, CA, where she specializes in working with those affected by breast cancer. She recently co-authored the book The Whole Food Guide For Breast Cancer Survivors, is on the Board of the Annie Appleseed Organization (education and advocacy for cancer patients and professionals), and is affiliated with the medical offices of Bay Area Breast Surgeons in Oakland, CA, and Dr. Misha Cohen in San Francisco. She lectures widely around the country, is a called upon media expert in breast cancer and nutrition, and a guest blogger for the Pink Paper, GreenMedInfo, 4Wholeness.com, and other health and wellness websites and publications.
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Helayne Waldman, EdD, MS