How our daily routines can harm or help our genes
Learn how chemicals in what we eat, breathe and buy affect our health — now and for generations.
Learn more, and what health steps you can take, at a free event sponsored by Legacy Cancer Institute. Join us for:
• Free healthy breakfast
• Presentation –– Learn the latest from our experts on how chemicals in what you eat, buy and breathe can affect your health now and for generations
• Anti-Cancer Kitchen –– How to create delicious dishes that reduce cancer risks and that your whole family will love. Demonstration with professional chef and free samples!
• Health Fair –– What you need to know about weight, diet, personal care and household products to stay healthy in an unhealthy world
Jennifer R. Garreau, M.D., is a Legacy Cancer Institute surgical oncologist specializing in breast and skin cancers. Dr. Garreau has earned awards for her research in melanoma and breast cancer. She seeks to improve the lives of people with these cancers and works in health education and cancer prevention.
Marci Reed, R.D., is a registered dietitian with Legacy Cancer Institute, working with cancer patients since 2004. She co-developed Meals that Heal, offered through the Legacy Cancer Healing Center. Reed focuses on nutrition to promote healing and health.
Kathryn Yeomans is a chef and owner of The Sage Culinary Advice and Farmer’s Feast, assisting farmers' market shoppers and vendors. Through food preparation and demonstrations, Yeomans encourages us to cook more often, from scratch, with market-fresh ingredients.