Cancer is the most complex
Cancer is the most complex disease to understand and to manage. The Center for Disease Control has stated that 90% of cancers are related to diet, lifestyle, and environment. Modern oncology is the primary way cancer is treated in the Western world. This presentation will share research on how whole food, herbs, spices, and nutrients are not only very effective in limiting the side effects of chemo, radiation, and surgery, but improve treatment outcomes when used with oncology. Programs for detoxification, immune and gut repair, and hormone balancing will enable the person with cancer to lower their risk of recurrence and live healthfully ever after.
Dr. Ed Bauman has articulated the scope of practice and standard of care for holistic nutrition professionals, tirelessly advocating for organic food, non-biased whole food nutrition and culinary education, banning GMOs, and protecting the right to practice evidence-based, ecologically friendly, clinical nutrition in California, and nationally. He is a two time president of the Sonoma West Medical Center (SWMC) Foundation, in Sebastopol, CA. Dr. Bauman was instrumental in bringing an Eating for Health cuisine to SWMC, a rural district hospital. He founded and was educational director of Integrative Health Institute at the hospital, providing in-patient, out-patient, and educational programs for doctors, patients, and the community.
(Monday) 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Sonoma County Healing Academy, 6741 Sebastopol Ave, Sebastopol, CA 95472