About the Lecture
This lecture introduces three new ideas about nutrition and health from different vantage points. The three MI’s are a pattern of eating that is consistent with overall wellbeing. The first is the M.I.N.D. diet, a Mediterranean diet pattern with an emphasis on brain health. The second is the microbiome, how a healthy and diverse gut microbiome leads to digestive health and mental wellbeing. The third is healthy mitochondria, the powerhouse of the cell that provides vitality for the rest of our bodies. Learn simple and easy to implement ways to enhance health at any stage of the cancer journey.
About the Speaker
Carolyn Katzin, MS, CNS, MNT is an Integrative Oncology Specialist at the Simms/Mann Center where she sees patients for a highly individualized assessment of nutrition and supplements. She completed the Stanford Professional Certificate in Genetics and Genomics from Stanford University in July 2017. Carolyn earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition (with honors) at University of London’s King’s College and earned a Master of Science degree in Public Health in Nutritional Science from UCLA. She is the author of several books including “The Everything Cancer Fighting Cookbook” and “The Cancer Nutrition Handbook.