Targeting the Hallmarks of Cancer with Nutrition

Subtitled as “From Current Research to your Kitchen Table”, in this course, Sharon Bar-Gil covers both theoretical and practical ideas about nutrition and cancer.

Targeting the Hallmarks of Cancer with Nutrition

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What you will learn

  • Utilize nutrition to support cancer patients.
  • Implement research-proven strategies in your clinic.

Course Overview

How can we utilize nutrition to target known cancer mechanisms?- an integrative approach. Current oncology is constantly evolving and moving towards personalized treatments. But core problems such as treatment toxicity, disease relapse and extremely high treatment costs are still a significant concern. Knowing the main cancer mechanisms and how to target them with nutrition may provide a safe, inexpensive and safe tool that can synergize with current conventional treatments.

Subtitled “From Current Research to your Kitchen Table”, in this course, Sharon Bar-Gil covers both theoretical and practical ideas about nutrition and cancer.

This course discusses how nutrition can be utilized to target cancer mechanisms such as genetic instability, inflammation, apoptosis, angiogenesis & metastasis. It will translate current research into practical tools that can be implemented in your daily nutrition.

This course has been produced from materials recorded at the ICCM Congress. The ICCM arranges a yearly outstanding international TCM gathering held in Tel Aviv during Vernal Equinox in March.

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This course qualifies for credit towards the Shu Lan College online MA/Phd program, approved by Nanjing University.

Course Reviews:

Excellent course, very useful

November 26, 2021

Excellent course, very useful

Christien Papez

Excellent. Thorough, Informative.

October 27, 2021

Excellent. Thorough, Informative.


Very interesting

August 4, 2020

Very interesting and broad presentation of nutrition in cancer prevention and treatment!

Was surprised you didn’t mention the “China Study” with its extensive research on the connection between diet – animal products in particular – and cancer prevalence (and other illnesses).

Helen Moschytz

Complex issues were simplified

May 29, 2020

I was very enthused by this lecture!

Complex issues were simplified and I feel confident that I can use this information in my clinic.

Kevin Durjun

well thought out approach to discussion

January 1, 2020

well thought out approach to discussion

Jay Plotkin
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About the Teacher

Sharon Bar-Gil

Clinical Herbalist at Integrative oncology unit, Davidoff, Rabin Medical center

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