Healthy Content New Release: August 2020

Sneak Peak of Ready to Use Nutrition Newsletter Content for August  

New Release Newsletter #1: 2020 Cancer Prevention Updates

Intro: (sample, users can customize and edit to fit their practice)

Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States and is one of the world’s most researched diseases. Over the decades, there has been an increase in cancer diagnoses. Yet, the truth is, cancer has been affecting people for centuries. According to the American Cancer Society, there are documented cases of cancers dating back to 3000 B.C. 

In 1971, President Nixon declared war on cancer when he signed the National Cancer Act into law. Since then, The National Cancer Institute has spent roughly $90 billion on research and treatment. There are also about 260 nonprofit organizations in the United States dedicated to cancer research. There has been plenty of progress in cancer treatment, yet we know there is still a long way to go. 

Cancer scientists and researchers agree that certain behavioral and lifestyle factors can increase the risk of cancer. This year, The American Cancer Society published its updated guidelines on diet and physical activity for cancer prevention. These updates reflect the latest findings since the last update in 2012. 

I hope you take the time to read and share this newsletter with others. Please don’t hesitate to reach out with additional questions or to schedule a private consultation.

  • Main Article: 2020 American Cancer Society Guidelines for Cancer Prevention
  • Mini Article: 2020 Cancer Prevention Cliff Notes
  • Recipe of the Month: Green Kale Smoothie, Recipe by American Kale Association 

New Release Newsletter #2: Red Flags of Eating Disorders

Intro: (sample, users can customize and edit to fit their practice) 

As many as 10 million females and 1 million males are affected by an eating disorder in the United States. About 40% of eating disorder sufferers are between the ages of 15 to 21 years old. 

Every decade since 1930, there has been a rise in anorexia. From 1988 to 1993, bulimia tripled in women ages 10 to 39. The mortality rate among women who suffer from anorexia nervosa between the ages of 15 to 24 is twelve times higher than the death rate of any other cause.

The statistics above are scary. This article aims to educate you about eating disorders by knowing the signs, symptoms, and ways you can help.

  • Main Article: Eating Disorder Red Flags
  • Mini Article: How to Support Positive Body Image and Food Talk in the Home
  • Recipe of the Month: Pistachio Orange Granola

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