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Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Bastyr University Presents:

The Department of Nutrition and Exercise Science

Invites you to a Brown Bag Talk

The Links between Diet and Cancer

Thursday, April 14, 2011

TIME: 12-12:50

Room 146

Joseph Gonzales, R.D.

A staff dietitian for the Cancer Project,

a Washington, DC nonprofit organization focused on plant-based nutrition education and research.

Researchers know more about the links between diet and cancer than ever before. Lowering body weight, limiting fat intake, and avoiding animal products can significantly cut cancer risk. Learn how the Cancer Project is advancing cancer prevention and survival through whole-food plant-based nutrition, education, and research.

Learn the benefits of a plant-based diet for cancer prevention and survival. Discuss peer-reviewed research regarding animal products and their potential link to increased cancer risk. Hear how the same diet for cancer prevention aids in the

prevention of heart disease, diabetes, and obesity.

Katy Huston

Administrative Assistant

Department of Nutrition and Exercise Science

Bastyr University Room 307

14500 Juanita Dr NE Kenmore WA 98028

425 602 3095

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