Julie hosts webinars regularly throughout the year to educated the public and health care professionals on oncology nutrition topics and general health and wellness topics. They are an hour long with some extra time for Q&A. Below are the ones that have been recorded. If you would like to have Julie as a speaker for your webinar series, let us know!
Plant Based Eating for Cancer Survivors: Do’s and Don’ts!
Ask the Dietitian Q&A
Fighting Cancer with Your Fork
Fact or Fiction: Debunking Cancer Nutrition Myths
Cancer Nutrition Truths: What the Data Shows
Breast Cancer Nutrition Update – Wake Forest Baptist Health Breast Cancer Symposium
Are Carbohydrates Healthy or Not?
Foods to Fortify and Boost Your Immunity
Oncology Nutrition Crash Course
A plant-based diet has been shown to improve health, help your body function at its best, and save money! Many cancer survivors and cancer caregivers have heard that plant-based eating is recommended, but they aren’t sure exactly what it means or how to know if they are doing it. While plant-based doesn’t mean you have to exclude meat, it does mean including plenty of disease fighting plant foods. Watch this fun and informative webinar to learn practical and tasty ways to transition to more plant-based meals.
Every month, I do an “Ask the Dietitian Q&A” seminar at Cancer Services, as well as a webinar online. The webinar presentations are generally the same but the questions vary from month to month because they are submitted by clients and dietitians who sign up for the webinars. Click on the image below to go to the page with all of the Ask the Dietitian Q&A webinars to see which questions are most relevant to you and your loved ones.
Everyone seems to have an opinion about what foods to eat, especially when it comes to cancer. Join Julie “The Cancer Dietitian”, a board certified specialist in oncology nutrition and Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) for this informative webinar.
This session will cover:
- the most researched foods when it comes to nutrition and cancer
- what we know about nutrition and cancer
- practical ways to optimize your health and well-being through lifestyle choices
The information will be based on evidence and won’t waste your time with things that have no proof. An added bonus of Julie’s presentation style is that you will have less anxiety around your food choices. There’s no use in obsessing over healthy eating when it causes you emotional stress! As Julie likes to say “Don’t Worry, Eat Happy”!
- Does sugar feed cancer?
- Is organic food necessary to fight cancer?
- Should I follow an Acid Alkaline diet?
- Do microwaves or teflon pans cause cancer?
- Should I do a colon or foot cleanse?
Maybe you’ve heard the myths but you wonder what are the truths when it comes to nutrition and cancer? What has evidence shown to-date and what’s the best way to optimize nutrition despite a diagnosis of cancer? Get your questions answered as Julie coaches you through facts, truths and practical methods to decide what’s right for you.
Julie presented this to health care providers attending Wake Forest Baptist Health Breast Cancer Symposium in September 2015. She gives facts about nutrition, breast cancer, prevention and survivorship and provides key messaging for health providers to tell patients. While the presentation is targeted to health care providers, breast cancer survivors and caregivers interested in the latest evidence will also find it helpful.
Media stories, celebrities and well-intentioned friends all seem to have opinions on which type of carbohydrate foods you should eat. Join Julie Lanford, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, for this educational session regarding carbohydrates. She covers topics including sugars, gluten, whole grains and the truth and myths behind some of the current diet trends. The session will cut through the hype and give you the facts so you can make the right choice for you.
Delivered to Living Beyond Breast Cancer Metastatic Breast Cancer Conference in April 2015
You will learn:
– The difference between prebiotics and probiotics
– Foods that help good bacteria in your intestine
– Do omega-3s really reduce inflammation?
– Foods that help improve immune function
– Foods that increase inflammation
– Definition of phytochemicals
– How plant foods help support the health of your body
This webinar provides information about common nutrition challenges for oncology patients during treatment as well as myths and truths regarding cancer nutrition for healthy survivorship and risk reduction. Continuing education credit is available for healthcare professionals.
Live Webinar Date: Jun 18, 2015 (02:00 PM – 04:00 PM EST)
Expiration Date: Jun 17, 2016
Course Categories / Learning Need Codes (LNC): 3020, 4040, 5150, 6020
Target Audience: RDs, DTRs
Number of Credits: 2.0
Level(s): 1, 2