Nutrition is important for overall health, and oncology nutrition focuses on supporting your individualized needs during treatment, recovery, and survivorship.
If you are interested in how a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist from Bartlett Regional Hospital could be a part of your care, contact:
Becca Kirian MFN, RD, LD, CNSC
Sydney Hughes RDN, LD
Open clinic hours for initial nutrition evaluation are Tuesdays 9a-11am.
Nutrition for Cancer Prevention and Survivorship
Learn about the “total diet” approach to helping prevent cancer and improving survival among cancer patients.
This monthly presentation series is held the last Wednesday of each month at 5:30-6:15 pm, next is December 29, 2021 .
The format is virtual via Zoom Webinar.
Register in advance:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
UPDATE: THIS CLASS IS NOW FULL. If you would like to be placed on the waiting list please fill out the form linked below.
January 2022 - Special In-Person Cooking Class and Seminar
Date: January 5th, 2022
Time: 5:30 - 7:30pm
Location: The Jorgenson House Bed & Breakfast 635 Alder Street, Juneau AK 99801
Spaces available: Limited to 20 participants
About the Cooking Class:
This seminar is part of the Nutrition for Cancer Prevention and Survivorship Seminar Series. In this hands on seminar you will learn about the role of Integrative Oncology Nutrition. The remaining cost of this seminar is generously covered by The Bartlett Foundation.
What is Integrative Oncology Nutrition?
Integrative oncology nutrition is an approach that acknowledges the multiple influential factors affecting a cancer patient’s nutritional well-being, including, but not limited to, their macro/micronutrient needs, personal relationship with food, cultural understanding of food and disease, food availability and accessibility.
Who is Chef Aims?
Chef Aims Villanueva-Alf has been in the culinary world and in and out of gyms/yoga studios for over a dozen years. She has dedicated her energy in Life with knowledge of food combination, integrative nutrition, trauma informed movement as well as specializing custom meals based on a persons’ gut, body, and psychological perceptions on food.
Personally, Aims has witnessed at a young age her own close relatives deal with numerous cancer treatments and the outcomes during/after transitional recovery. Aims wants to help support those going through/treating their lives one in a capacity where there is a safe space to allow healing and continuous enrichment of debunking food myths.
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