Nutrition and Cancer: A Strategic Approach
Presented by Carolyn Katzin, MS, CNS, MNT
About the Lecture
Nutrition is one of the few topics where patients have control, yet it is also a source of much anxiety and stress for many. This lecture will look at which foods and supplements may be helpful both for minimizing side effects during treatment as well as optimizing health and wellness. Carolyn Katzin has been helping cancer patients and their families for 28 years and has accumulated a wealth of wisdom from this experience which she will share tonight. The goal of the evening’s lecture is to provide actionable information and knowledge and to identify reliable sources for knowledge about diet and cancer.
About the Speaker
Carolyn Katzin, MS, CNS, MNT, has 25 years of experience working in the field of oncology and nutrition. She received a Master of Science in Public Health in Nutritional Science from UCLA. She has extensive knowledge and experience counseling patients around wellness, nutrition, and physical activity as well as a wonderful understanding of the complex needs of patients with cancer. She has a long history of providing consultative educational sessions with patients on nutrition, supplements and how to improve one’s wellness while getting cancer treatment and beyond. She has also worked with individuals in developing healthy diet and lifestyle for cancer prevention. She is caring and compassionate in her care of patients and their families. Carolyn Katzin has written two books, The Cancer Nutrition Handbook and The Everything Cancer-Fighting Cookbook. She has been a member of the American Cancer Society National Nutrition, Physical Activity and Cancer Control Committee and co-Chair of the California Division Board of Directors Nominating and Development Committee.