VIRTUAL - Dr Megan Ding Discusses Anti-Cancer Foods
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
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Nutrition is an important part of life, cancer treatment, recovery, and prevention. What you eat can influence cancer and food is one of the few things you can control. Join us as Dr Megan Ding, a naturopathic doctor, talks about the various foods that can help nourish your body.
Dr. Megan Ding has had a lifelong passion for health. She was raised using natural therapies for common illnesses and saw the power of integrative cancer treatment during her aunt's ovarian cancer journey. Dr. Ding also used natural solutions for her own hormonal imbalances, fatigue, and digestive issues during her young adult life. As a naturopathic doctor, Dr. Ding treats the whole person with individualized comprehensive naturopathic care focused on both underlying causes and end results. Dr. Ding provides care for natural cancer support, hormonal imbalances, digestive issues, heart health, metabolic disorders, autoimmunity, and skin disorders. After seeing her now 20-year survivor aunt suffer through past treatments for ovarian cancer and the power of natural medicine support, Dr. Ding is a strong advocate for integrative medicine. Dr. Ding is the only naturopathic doctor specializing in naturopathic cancer care in the Carolinas, supporting patients through all stages of treatment and beyond. Dr. Ding strives to change the environment in which cancer grows, including the physical, mental, and emotional realms of life.
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