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Ms. Kim Dalzell

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Cancer Nutrition Centers of America

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Cancer Nutrition Centers of America

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Hoffman Estates, Illinois 60195

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Cancer Nutrition Centers of America is a company dedicated to providing premier dietary supplements - supplements made from the finest raw materials, manufactured to the most exacting standards, formulated based on the most recent research and advice from... more

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Founder
CancerBusters.org

Medical Advisor
Lifetime Television

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American Dietetic Association

Member
National Speakers Association

Education

PhD

PhD
Holistic Nutrition
Clayton College of Natural Health

advanced degrees
clinical and holistic nutrition
Clayton College of Natural Health

advanced degrees
clinical and holistic nutrition
Texas Tech University

undergraduate degree
human nutrition
Arizona State University

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Speak Well Being Group | Speakers for your health & well-being

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In this issue, I'm pleased to introduce you to Dr. Kim Dalzell who is a pioneer in the field of holistic nutrition and cancer.

Kim Dalzell, PhD, RD, LD:
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Kim Dalzell
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Kim Dalzell, PhD, RD, LD
"Despite the advances in conventional medicine, a cancer diagnosis still causes everyone to ask, 'Why?'" Kim Dalzell says. "The scientific community has only recently and somewhat reluctantly acknowledged that nutrients in food can affect cancer, although researchers in nutrition and oncology have determined (from population studies, test tube experiments, and clinical trials) that certain nutrients are linked to specific cancers. Still, many physicians are unwilling to entertain the notion that diet can positively impact disease."
Kim is on a mission to change that. Kim's passion for helping others with cancer arose when she was assigned to a cancer unit in a complementary hospital, "I was highly educated with a BS and MS in nutrition and years of clinical oncology experience, and the first patient I saw caught me short with his sophisticated questions," she said. '"Wow, I realized these are empowered patients and I was not prepared for them. After excusing myself to go find the answer, I made a commitment to step up to the challenge."
And she's been doing that ever since. She went back to school and earned her PhD in holistic health, gaining knowledge about topics like Chinese medicine, environmental factors, and herbal medicine. "That's what really sets me apart," she said. " I have a very well-rounded approach."
After finishing her PhD, she again began working with cancer patients. Again they challenged her, asking "What should I eat for my kind of cancer? She said there were 92 books out on cancer and nutrition at the time and not one addressed step-by-step nutrition plans for specific cancers. After reviewing a tidal wave of cancer and nutrition research, Kim concluded that cancer is not a one-size-fits-all disease and that it could be prevented and treated through a multi-targeted approach including a natural diet.
"Our bodies can regenerate and rebuild if we change our toxic environment by applying the laws of nature to our nutritional habits," she says. "Combined with traditional medical treatment, this one-two punch has laid the groundwork for healing miracles, turning hope into health."
The result, her book "Challenge Cancer and Win! is an easy-to-read, yet authoritative primer on nutrition. As well as nutrition basics, supplement recommendations, and step-by-step action plans for specific cancers, it has advice on handling the side effects of cancer treatments, and details about foods that support and build the body during chemotherapy. "Think of food as kitchen-therapy . . . a smart addition to chemo-therapy," Kim says.
She credits the book to her patients. "Everything I've done, I've done because I listened to my patients," she said. "In fact, I believe healthcare providers need to step up. If they do, they will be rewarded by how they serve their patients."
Prompted by one of our clients who wanted to know if Kim's philosophy was strictly vegetarian before they hired her to speak, Kim told me, "Absolutely not. I believe in the value of whole foods from nature, and balance, and 'do-ability'... and that there is always room for a little chocolate at the end of the day. My patients continually tell me that they appreciate my practical and holistic approaches to health."
In her speeches, Kim excels at providing the "rationale behind the recommendation" when it comes to holistic health. She delivers expert, edgy nutrition advice in an engaging and responsible manner. Kim brings her audiences lessons learned from life and Mother Nature, designed to spur on dietary and lifestyle changes to cultivate whole new levels of healing and health.
She is a registered, licensed dietitian with a PhD in Holistic Nutrition from Clayton College of Natural Health, an MS in clinical Nutrition from Texas Tech University, and a BS in Nutrition and Dietetics from Arizona State University. As a recognized leader in the field of oncology holistic nutrition, she has addressed public and professional audiences with such esteemed colleagues as Dr. Donald Hensrud (Mayo Clinic), Dr. Barrie Cassileth (Sloan-Kettering), Dr. Stephen Sagar (Juraviniski Cancer Center, Ontario), Dr. Elson Haas, and Dr. Anne Louise Gittleman.
Kim is a spokesperson for Cancer Treatment Centers of America (a national network of cancer treatment hospitals and facilities on the cutting edge of oncology treatment). "Challenge Cancer and Win!
...
As a respected pioneer in the holistic oncology nutrition field, award-winning author and international nutrition consultant, Kim has motivated thousands of cancer survivors and health-conscious consumers to use the healing potential of nature. Many say they would not be here today if they had not integrated her strategies into their cancer treatment plans.
To learn more about Kim Dalzell and bringing her to your community, please visit our website or give us a call at 503-699-5031. I'm confident she will make a difference.


In this issue, I'm pleased to ...

www.speakwellbeing.com [cached]

In this issue, I'm pleased to introduce you to Dr. Kim Dalzell who is a pioneer in the field of holistic nutrition and cancer.

Kim Dalzell, PhD, RD, LD:
...
Kim Dalzell
...
Kim Dalzell, PhD, RD, LD
"Despite the advances in conventional medicine, a cancer diagnosis still causes everyone to ask, 'Why?'" Kim Dalzell says. "The scientific community has only recently and somewhat reluctantly acknowledged that nutrients in food can affect cancer, although researchers in nutrition and oncology have determined (from population studies, test tube experiments, and clinical trials) that certain nutrients are linked to specific cancers. Still, many physicians are unwilling to entertain the notion that diet can positively impact disease."
Kim is on a mission to change that. Kim's passion for helping others with cancer arose when she was assigned to a cancer unit in a complementary hospital, "I was highly educated with a BS and MS in nutrition and years of clinical oncology experience, and the first patient I saw caught me short with his sophisticated questions," she said. '"Wow, I realized these are empowered patients and I was not prepared for them. After excusing myself to go find the answer, I made a commitment to step up to the challenge."
And she's been doing that ever since. She went back to school and earned her PhD in holistic health, gaining knowledge about topics like Chinese medicine, environmental factors, and herbal medicine. "That's what really sets me apart," she said. " I have a very well-rounded approach."
After finishing her PhD, she again began working with cancer patients. Again they challenged her, asking "What should I eat for my kind of cancer? She said there were 92 books out on cancer and nutrition at the time and not one addressed step-by-step nutrition plans for specific cancers. After reviewing a tidal wave of cancer and nutrition research, Kim concluded that cancer is not a one-size-fits-all disease and that it could be prevented and treated through a multi-targeted approach including a natural diet.
"Our bodies can regenerate and rebuild if we change our toxic environment by applying the laws of nature to our nutritional habits," she says. "Combined with traditional medical treatment, this one-two punch has laid the groundwork for healing miracles, turning hope into health."
The result, her book "Challenge Cancer and Win! is an easy-to-read, yet authoritative primer on nutrition. As well as nutrition basics, supplement recommendations, and step-by-step action plans for specific cancers, it has advice on handling the side effects of cancer treatments, and details about foods that support and build the body during chemotherapy. "Think of food as kitchen-therapy . . . a smart addition to chemo-therapy," Kim says.
She credits the book to her patients. "Everything I've done, I've done because I listened to my patients," she said. "In fact, I believe healthcare providers need to step up. If they do, they will be rewarded by how they serve their patients."
Prompted by one of our clients who wanted to know if Kim's philosophy was strictly vegetarian before they hired her to speak, Kim told me, "Absolutely not. I believe in the value of whole foods from nature, and balance, and 'do-ability'... and that there is always room for a little chocolate at the end of the day. My patients continually tell me that they appreciate my practical and holistic approaches to health."
In her speeches, Kim excels at providing the "rationale behind the recommendation" when it comes to holistic health. She delivers expert, edgy nutrition advice in an engaging and responsible manner. Kim brings her audiences lessons learned from life and Mother Nature, designed to spur on dietary and lifestyle changes to cultivate whole new levels of healing and health.
She is a registered, licensed dietitian with a PhD in Holistic Nutrition from Clayton College of Natural Health, an MS in clinical Nutrition from Texas Tech University, and a BS in Nutrition and Dietetics from Arizona State University. As a recognized leader in the field of oncology holistic nutrition, she has addressed public and professional audiences with such esteemed colleagues as Dr. Donald Hensrud (Mayo Clinic), Dr. Barrie Cassileth (Sloan-Kettering), Dr. Stephen Sagar (Juraviniski Cancer Center, Ontario), Dr. Elson Haas, and Dr. Anne Louise Gittleman.
Kim is a spokesperson for Cancer Treatment Centers of America (a national network of cancer treatment hospitals and facilities on the cutting edge of oncology treatment). "Challenge Cancer and Win!
...
As a respected pioneer in the holistic oncology nutrition field, award-winning author and international nutrition consultant, Kim has motivated thousands of cancer survivors and health-conscious consumers to use the healing potential of nature. Many say they would not be here today if they had not integrated her strategies into their cancer treatment plans.
To learn more about Kim Dalzell and bringing her to your community, please visit our website or give us a call at 503-699-5031. I'm confident she will make a difference.


For Your Well Being: Stepping Up | Speak Well Being

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In this issue, I'm pleased to introduce you to Dr. Kim Dalzell who is a pioneer in the field of holistic nutrition and cancer.

Kim Dalzell, PhD, RD, LD:
...
"Despite the advances in conventional medicine, a cancer diagnosis still causes everyone to ask, 'Why?'" Kim Dalzell says. "The scientific community has only recently and somewhat reluctantly acknowledged that nutrients in food can affect cancer, although researchers in nutrition and oncology have determined (from population studies, test tube experiments, and clinical trials) that certain nutrients are linked to specific cancers. Still, many physicians are unwilling to entertain the notion that diet can positively impact disease."
Kim is on a mission to change that. Kim's passion for helping others with cancer arose when she was assigned to a cancer unit in a complementary hospital, "I was highly educated with a BS and MS in nutrition and years of clinical oncology experience, and the first patient I saw caught me short with his sophisticated questions," she said. '"Wow, I realized these are empowered patients and I was not prepared for them. After excusing myself to go find the answer, I made a commitment to step up to the challenge."
And she's been doing that ever since. She went back to school and earned her PhD in holistic health, gaining knowledge about topics like Chinese medicine, environmental factors, and herbal medicine. "That's what really sets me apart," she said. " I have a very well-rounded approach."
After finishing her PhD, she again began working with cancer patients. Again they challenged her, asking "What should I eat for my kind of cancer? She said there were 92 books out on cancer and nutrition at the time and not one addressed step-by-step nutrition plans for specific cancers. After reviewing a tidal wave of cancer and nutrition research, Kim concluded that cancer is not a one-size-fits-all disease and that it could be prevented and treated through a multi-targeted approach including a natural diet.
"Our bodies can regenerate and rebuild if we change our toxic environment by applying the laws of nature to our nutritional habits," she says. "Combined with traditional medical treatment, this one-two punch has laid the groundwork for healing miracles, turning hope into health."
The result, her book Challenge Cancer and Win! is an easy-to-read, yet authoritative primer on nutrition. As well as nutrition basics, supplement recommendations, and step-by-step action plans for specific cancers, it has advice on handling the side effects of cancer treatments, and details about foods that support and build the body during chemotherapy. "Think of food as kitchen-therapy . . . a smart addition to chemo-therapy," Kim says.
She credits the book to her patients. "Everything I've done, I've done because I listened to my patients," she said. "In fact, I believe healthcare providers need to step up. If they do, they will be rewarded by how they serve their patients."
Prompted by one of our clients who wanted to know if Kim's philosophy was strictly vegetarian before they hired her to speak, Kim told me, "Absolutely not. I believe in the value of whole foods from nature, and balance, and 'do-ability'... and that there is always room for a little chocolate at the end of the day. My patients continually tell me that they appreciate my practical and holistic approaches to health."
In her speeches, Kim excels at providing the "rationale behind the recommendation" when it comes to holistic health. She delivers expert, edgy nutrition advice in an engaging and responsible manner. Kim brings her audiences lessons learned from life and Mother Nature, designed to spur on dietary and lifestyle changes to cultivate whole new levels of healing and health.
She is a registered, licensed dietitian with a PhD in Holistic Nutrition from Clayton College of Natural Health, an MS in clinical Nutrition from Texas Tech University, and a BS in Nutrition and Dietetics from Arizona State University. As a recognized leader in the field of oncology holistic nutrition, she has addressed public and professional audiences with such esteemed colleagues as Dr. Donald Hensrud (Mayo Clinic), Dr. Barrie Cassileth (Sloan-Kettering), Dr. Stephen Sagar (Juraviniski Cancer Center, Ontario), Dr. Elson Haas, and Dr. Anne Louise Gittleman.
Kim is a spokesperson for Cancer Treatment Centers of America (a national network of cancer treatment hospitals and facilities on the cutting edge of oncology treatment). Challenge Cancer and Win! has been translated into Japanese. Her other publications include her newest book, Give It To Me Straight! Q&A for No-Nonsense Nutrition, and two audio CDs - What's Eating You? and Powered by Produce. She is also the editor of the Cancer Fighter's Cookbook for the Cancer Resource Center. She is the medical advisor for Lifetime Television's Women's Health Corner Show and writes a nutrition column for the quarterly Breast Cancer Wellness magazine. She's also written for the publications Cure, Coping, Myeloma Today, Chicago Tribune, D Magazine and The Ireland Report.
As a respected pioneer in the holistic oncology nutrition field, award-winning author and international nutrition consultant, Kim has motivated thousands of cancer survivors and health-conscious consumers to use the healing potential of nature. Many say they would not be here today if they had not integrated her strategies into their cancer treatment plans.
To learn more about Kim Dalzell and bringing her to your community, please visit our website or give us a call at 503-699-5031. I'm confident she will make a difference.
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For Your Well Being: Stepping Up | Speak Well Being

www.speakwellbeing.com [cached]

In this issue, I'm pleased to introduce you to Dr. Kim Dalzell who is a pioneer in the field of holistic nutrition and cancer.

Kim Dalzell, PhD, RD, NMD:
...
"Despite the advances in conventional medicine, a cancer diagnosis still causes everyone to ask, 'Why?'" Kim Dalzell says.
...
Challenge Cancer and WIN! by Kim Dalzell The result, her book Challenge Cancer and Win! is an easy-to-read, yet authoritative primer on nutrition. As well as nutrition basics, supplement recommendations, and step-by-step action plans for specific cancers, it has advice on handling the side effects of cancer treatments, and details about foods that support and build the body during chemotherapy. "Think of food as kitchen-therapy . . . a smart addition to chemo-therapy," Kim says.
She credits the book to her patients. "Everything I've done, I've done because I listened to my patients," she said. "In fact, I believe healthcare providers need to step up. If they do, they will be rewarded by how they serve their patients."
Prompted by one of our clients who wanted to know if Kim's philosophy was strictly vegetarian before they hired her to speak, Kim told me, "Absolutely not. I believe in the value of whole foods from nature, and balance, and 'do-ability'... and that there is always room for a little chocolate at the end of the day. My patients continually tell me that they appreciate my practical and holistic approaches to health."
In her speeches, Kim excels at providing the "rationale behind the recommendation" when it comes to holistic health. She delivers expert, edgy nutrition advice in an engaging and responsible manner. Kim brings her audiences lessons learned from life and Mother Nature, designed to spur on dietary and lifestyle changes to cultivate whole new levels of healing and health.
She is a registered, licensed dietitian with a PhD in Holistic Nutrition from Clayton College of Natural Health, an MS in clinical Nutrition from Texas Tech University, and a BS in Nutrition and Dietetics from Arizona State University. As a recognized leader in the field of oncology holistic nutrition, she has addressed public and professional audiences with such esteemed colleagues as Dr. Donald Hensrud (Mayo Clinic), Dr. Barrie Cassileth (Sloan-Kettering), Dr. Stephen Sagar (Juraviniski Cancer Center, Ontario), Dr. Elson Haas, and Dr. Anne Louise Gittleman.
Kim is a spokesperson for Cancer Treatment Centers of America (a national network of cancer treatment hospitals and facilities on the cutting edge of oncology treatment). Challenge Cancer and Win! has been translated into Japanese. Her other publications include her newest book, Give It To Me Straight! Q&A for No-Nonsense Nutrition, and two audio CDs - What's Eating You? and Powered by Produce. She is also the editor of the Cancer Fighter's Cookbook for the Cancer Resource Center. She is the medical advisor for Lifetime Television's Women's Health Corner Show and writes a nutrition column for the quarterly Breast Cancer Wellness magazine. She's also written for the publications Cure, Coping, Myeloma Today, Chicago Tribune, D Magazine and The Ireland Report.
As a respected pioneer in the holistic oncology nutrition field, award-winning author and international nutrition consultant, Kim has motivated thousands of cancer survivors and health-conscious consumers to use the healing potential of nature. Many say they would not be here today if they had not integrated her strategies into their cancer treatment plans.
To learn more about Kim Dalzell and bringing her to your community, please visit our website or give us a call at 503-699-5031. I'm confident she will make a difference.
...
Tags: cancer wellness speaker, holistic nutrition, Kim Dalzell, Wear Red Day
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Kim Dalzell, R.D.

Oncology Nutrition Living well is a conscious choice that requires a renewed commitment each day.
Kim Dalzell is a nutrition and cancer expert as well as a nationally known speaker and award-winning author. With advanced degrees as a clinical/oncology dietician and in holistic nutrition, she provides the critical connection between conventional and natural therapies for cancer patients. She also discusses important preventative food choices for everyone in achieving vibrant health. Her humor, lively pace, and high content presentation provides the recipe for empowering the patient in their steps for recovery: "1 part fact; 1 part fun; and 1 part motivation for change."

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