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Nutrition & Breast Health

From the Show: Naturally Savvy
Summary: Learn how to improve your nutrition and reduce your risk for breast cancer.
Air Date: 10/9/18
Duration: 27:46
Host: Andrea Donsky, RHN and Lisa Davis, MPH
Guest Bio: Rachel Beller, CEO & Founder of Beller Nutritional Institute
Rachel BellerKnown as America’s “Get Real” Nutritionist, Rachel Beller is a registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN), a spokesperson for the American Cancer Society, and a two time bestselling author who frequently appears on television, in print, and online -- including Good Morning America, The Dr. Oz Show, CNN, ABC World News Tonight, and The Biggest Loser, where she was the on-camera nutrition expert.

Rachel also founded the Beller Nutritional Institute in LA, where she provides customized advice on weight loss and cancer prevention to patients from all walks of life, from busy executives to teens, moms to Hollywood celebrities. In addition, she has conducted research on the role of nutrition in breast cancer prevention at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and the John Wayne Cancer Institute.

Rachel emphasizes the undeniable research-proven link between body weight and cancer. Her mission is to change the way women everywhere think about the foods they choose to put in their bodies.
  • Book Title: Eat to Lose, Eat to Win and Power Souping
  • Guest Facebook Account: www.facebook.com/RachelBellerRDN
  • Guest Twitter Account: @RachelBellerRDN
Nutrition & Breast Health
Excess weight of 15-20 pounds increases the chance of getting thirteen types of cancer.

Registered dietician and nutritionist Rachel Beller recommends maintaining a healthy body weight to reduce risk of breast cancer. Women who gain weight during treatment are encouraged to lose that weight to reduce chances of cancer recurrence.

Rachel suggests having 30 to 35 grams of fiber per day. Get eight to ten grams of fiber for breakfast to kick your day off. She also advises reducing your intake of animal protein, as the hormones can contribute to cancer growth.

Listen as Rachel joins hosts Lisa Davis and Andrea Donsky to discuss how improved nutrition can decrease your cancer risk.
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