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Reducing your risk for cancer starts in the kitchen. The foods they eat and prepare for their families can be nourishing, satisfying AND healthy. Join Registered Dietitian Amy Rosenfeld for an informative class and recipe demonstration all about cooking antioxidant-rich meals that reduce your risk of cancer. Through this class you will learn what foods to choose most often and realistic cooking techniques to prepare healthy meals. Amy will explain the guiding principles of a diet that reduces cancer risk as recommended by the American Cancer Society and how to put these recommendations into action. You are encouraged to cook along with Amy for the second half of class. Recipes will be provided ahead of time.
This program is part of a 3-part Cooking for Reducing Disease Risk series –
About our Presenter:
Amy Rosenfeld MS RD CDN: Amy is the Community Outreach Program Manager for the Center for Healthy Living and Community Health Team at Northern Westchester Hospital. Amy received her M.S. in Clinical Nutrition from New York University and completed her registered dietitian/clinical training at the New York Presbyterian Hospital. Amy’s specialty as a dietitian is culinary nutrition – teaching how to apply the principles of good nutrition to their cooking techniques and food behaviors. Amy seeks to inspire people to be nourished for life – developing sustainable, personalized and positive health habits at any age. Amy’s true passion is gathering people to cook and eat delicious, healthful meals together.
Registration required. This program will take place via Zoom. A link for the program will be sent prior to the program.
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