Research into the effects of nutrition in cancer is accelerating, notably in countries which have embraced the concept of Integrative Medicine. As a result, our understanding is growing rapidly which in turn is leading to fresh strategies, as well as supporting some that have flourished as therapies outside of the mainstream. The concept of diet as a strategy for managing cancer at every level is beginning to be widely accepted by many leading authorities.

This two-day Congress explores this fascinating and crucial topic from many angles and includes a workshop-focussed day delving into immunity, the microbiome and more, along with a day of in-depth presentations from leading figures from the field of Nutritional Science.

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ANH founder, executive & scientific director, Rob Verkerk PhD, joins an international list of speakers:

When: Saturday 27th March, 11.40 - 12.20

Topic: "Navigating the meat-dairy-vegan-vegetarian maze"

Never before has one type of dietary approach – namely those that restrict carbohydrates to various degrees – been subject to so much interest both from cancer patients and the research community. But where’s keto research at today, are there different ways of delivering low carb diets, can they be personalised, are they relevant to everyone with cancer, and are there any risks? These are just some of the questions that will be answered in this important talk.