Genes, Cancer, Nutrition and Lifestyle


Thursday, January 18th
1:15 PM – 2:30 PM

$35 includes live lecture

Please Note:
This lecture was originally scheduled for December 7th
as the 2nd lecture in the 2017 Fall Series (Bel Air).
It has been rescheduled to January 18th.
If you paid for the December 7th lecture,
you are already enrolled in the January 18th lecture.

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Genes, Cancer, Nutrition and Lifestyle:
How Our Diet Can Turn Cancer Genes On and Off
Find Out Which Foods Lower Cancer Risk as well as
New Critical Insights Into The Revolutionary Field of Epigenetics

Hear Why Your Genes Are Not Your Complete Destiny and
What Specific Lifestyle Activities Can Turn Your Genes On and Off

I will be giving a lecture at the American Nutrition Association (ANA) national conference in Washington, D.C. on how nutrition and lifestyle impact our genes
as it relates to lowering our risk of developing cancer.

What we eat has one of the greatest impacts on our risk of developing cancer.
I would like to share this critical information with you.

Leo Baeck Temple
1300 N Sepulveda Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90049


January 18th
1:15pm to 2:30pm

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