WHEN: November 16, 2019
TIME: 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM
WHERE: Food Lab at New York University | Steinhardt Building | 35 West 4th Street, 10th Floor, New York, New York, 10003
HEALING HARVEST is a multi-course 'food as medicine' event for men who’ve had or have prostate cancer. This culinary experience led by Dr. Geo and his whole-foods culinary expert is designed to teach participants how to prepare delicious meals to promote longevity despite his condition.
WELCOME TO CAPLESS EATS
CaPLESS Eats is a multi-course ‘food as medicine’ event for men with prostate cancer using the principles of the CaPLESS Method.
Three things are confusing on what to eat to beat prostate cancer:
- There's no scientific basis for most proposed diets.
- Most diets are not prostate cancer specific.
- Recommended diets for prostate cancer are not sustainable. You then feel guilty for not staying with it.
CaPLESS Eats is where you’ll learn to create a microenvironment hostile to prostate cancer every time you eat.
We believe good food is medicine.
Why don't you and your significant other join us to explore the foods and tools important in maintaining a cancer-fighting kitchen?
Our whole-foods chef will take you through an intimate culinary experience of preparing delicious, protective meals while Dr. Geo will teach you how to implement the latest science on nutrition to help you live your best life after prostate cancer. Additionally, you'll learn how to make this method of eating a lifestyle, not a diet.
Dr. Geo Espinosa is a clinical assistant professor in Urology at New York University Langone Medical Center (NYULMC). Dr. Geo specializes in the holistic and non-conventional management of prostate conditions and is the author of the best selling prostate cancer book: Thrive, Don't Only Survive. Dr. Geo is the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) and formulator at XY Wellness, LLC and lectures internationally on the application of science-based holistic methods in urological clinics. On his time off from work, he enjoys writing on his popular blog, DrGeo.com, spending time with his wife and three kids and practicing the Israeli martial art, Krav Maga.