A poor diet is the root of many health problems. The advancement of cancer, like many other terminal illnesses, can be mitigated with the proper intake of nutrients and grains.
The Cancer Project, a national nonprofit devoted to cancer prevention via education and research, is bringing its efforts to Newnan, where they’re going to offer a cooking course that teaches cancer survival and prevention through proper dieting. The class is open to anyone interested in the fight against cancer or eating healthy. The cost is $20.
Students will be taught the ways of a low-fat vegetarian diet, rich in fiber and cancer-fighting antioxidants as well as what foods to avoid.
Instruction will take place at Crossroads Clinic (25 Oak Hill Blvd) in Newnan on Thursday, July 28 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. For more information, see the classes tab on the Cancer Project’s website or call (202) 244-5038.