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Colleen M. Doyle

Director, Nutrition and Physical Activity

American Cancer Society Inc

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American Cancer Society Inc

250 Williams Street Nw

Atlanta, Georgia,30303

United States

Company Description

The American Cancer Society is a global grassroots force of more than three million volunteers saving lives and fighting for every birthday threatened by every cancer in every community. As the largest voluntary health organization, the Society's efforts have ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Associate Faculty

Emory University


Managing Director

Healthy Eating Active


Director, Nutrition

National Cancer Society


Contributor

CBS News


Affiliations

National Coalition for Promoting Physical Activity

Board Member


National Physical Activity Plan

Board Member


American Dietetic Association

Member


Dietetic Practice Group

Member


Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

Member


Education

Bachelor of Science degree

nutrition

Miami University


M.S.

University of Texas , Houston


Master of Science degree

Human Nutrition

Ohio State University


degrees

nutrition

Miami University


degrees

nutrition

The Ohio State University


Web References(184 Total References)


National Coalition for Promoting Physical Activity

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Colleen Doyle
American Cancer Society


About Us | National Coalition for Promoting Physical Activity

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Colleen Doyle
American Cancer Society


Issels Cancer Immunotherapy September 8, 2016 e-Newsletter

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Dr. Colleen Doyle of the American Cancer Society recently explained the benefits of exercise to HemOnc Today.
Read more in the synopsis of her informative comments.


Diet and cancer prevention | Frio Regional Hospital

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"You do have some control over your cancer risk, and eating well is a part of that," says Colleen Doyle, MS, RD, Managing Director of Healthy Eating, Active Living Environments (HEALE) for the American Cancer Society (ACS).
"We know that being overweight increases the risk of a lot of different types of cancer," Doyle says. "Nutrients may interact with each other in a synergistic way that just can't be duplicated in a supplement," Doyle says. In addition to providing nutrients, a diet rich in plant foods may also lower cancer risk by helping people manage their weight. "We're seeing more and more evidence that people who consume higher amounts of fruits and vegetables have healthier weights," Doyle says. Limit red and processed meat. Eating too much red meat may increase the risk for colon and possibly prostate cancers. Processed meats, such as hot dogs or bologna, may boost that risk even more. "There are very clear data that indicate people who eat even relatively small amounts of red or processed meats over time have an increased risk of colon cancer," Doyle says.


Exercise Helps Counter Cancer-Linked Fatigue | Activ8rlives

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Colleen Doyle is managing director of nutrition and physical activity for the ACS.
She said exercise has many benefits, not just helping to ease fatigue. "But because many people undergoing treatment do experience fatigue, it's nice to know that there is something an individual can do to help reduce that fatigue and gain some of the many other benefits of exercise [both during and after treatment]: reduced stress, less anxiety, [and] benefits to physical functioning," Doyle said. Doyle said that for patients who weren't previously active, it's important to start slowly. SOURCES: Karen M. Mustian, Ph.D., M.P.H., associate professor, Wilmot Cancer Institute, department of surgery, University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, N.Y.; Colleen Doyle, M.S., R.D., managing director, Nutrition and Physical Activity, American Cancer Society; March 2, 2017, JAMA Oncology


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