The role of extra virgin olive oil in oncology: A series of events with Dr Mary Flynn

Nutrition Australia, proudly supported by Cobram Estate, is delighted to host acclaimed US research dietitian Dr Mary Flynn as she presents her latest research in how a plant-based Mediterranean diet can aid in the treatment of some common forms of cancer, including breast and prostate.

Dr Mary Flynn is a world-renowned research dietitian from the US who has specialised in medical nutrition therapy for chronic disease prevention for the past two decades.

These events are designed for professionals specifically working in or with the Oncology sector and includes; doctors, nurses, dietitians, nutritionists, researchers or other allied health professionals.

Learn more about her latest research into nutrition therapy for the treatment and prevention of common forms of cancer including breast and prostate cancer.

Two special events will be held during May in Sydney and Melbourne. To register your place at these exciting events, please click a link below:

Nutrition Australia will also share some of their latest initiatives and health promotion strategies to improve health outcomes for all Australians.

 

About Dr Mary Flynn

Dr Mary FlynnAs a world-renowned research dietitian, Dr Flynn has specialised in medical nutrition therapy for chronic disease prevention for the past two decades, specialising in breast and prostate cancers. She is a celebrated author (co-authoring the breakthrough book “The Pink Ribbon Diet – A revolutionary new weight loss plan to lower your breast cancer risk”) and has written numerous peer-reviewed published research papers.

Her latest research studies the effects of her plant-based extra virgin olive oil (EVOO) diet, and that people with diets including daily consumption of EVOO have lower rates of most chronic diseases, such as heart disease, cancers, arthritis, and type 2 diabetes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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