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EatBeyond: Nutrition information at your fingertips

5-week texting program that provides nutrition information and tips specific to people navigating breast cancer.

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Living Beyond Breast Cancer’s EatBeyond program is a free 5-week interactive texting program that provides access to information about breast cancer and nutrition. The program starts the week of August 14 and concludes the week of September 18.

During the 5-week program you will:

  • Set nutrition goals and get positive support along the way
  • Receive links to curated video clips and articles about nutrition.
  • Get tips on how to eat more fruits and vegetables
  • Learn about sugar and breast cancer and much more!

Registration has closed for this program.
If you would like to learn of future opportunities, we encourage you to subscribe to our e-newsletter for updates on upcoming programs and events.

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...it was a helpful program and has taught me to be more mindful about my eating and nutrition.

Program participant

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Why EatBeyond?

  • The content is created by oncology nutrition experts.
  • It’s accessible. The text program puts the power in your hands (literally).
  • The program will help you set goals that are attainable.
  • You will receive reminders and affirmations to inspire you and help you reach your goals.
  • It’s free!

What to expect

EatBeyond participants will receive texts from LBBC from mid-August until mid-September.

EatBeyond terms, conditions, and privacy statement

By registering for this program, you will be opting into Living Beyond Breast Cancer’s EatBeyond program and opting in to receive text messages on your cell phone. EatBeyond is a program where Living Beyond Breast Cancer (LBBC) will send nutrition information and tips specific to people diagnosed with breast cancer, via text. You will receive approximately 7-9 texts a week for 5 weeks. Message and Data rates may apply. You can opt out of the program at anytime by texting “STOP.” If you need help, you can text “HELP” anytime. EatBeyond text messages will be supported by all cellular providers in the United States (including Alaska and Hawaii) and Canada.

There is no cost for participating in Living Beyond Breast Cancer’s EatBeyond program. Your participation in this program will not impact your ability to participate in any other Living Beyond Breast Cancer programs or services.

LBBC will not sell, trade, rent or otherwise share for marketing purposes the personal information collected for the EatBeyond program with third parties without the consent of program participants. The information collected for this program will be used to communicate with program users and to evaluate and report on the program effectiveness. When reporting on this program, LBBC will present the information in an aggregate form and take reasonable precautions to protect the personal information of program users.

Questions?

Arin Ahlum Hanson
Director, Outreach
arin@lbbc.org

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Special opportunity!

Win a spot in Rachel Beller’s 8-week masterclass

If you participate in the EatBeyond program and complete the post-program evaluation, you will have the chance to win a spot in Rachel Beller’s 8- week masterclass. This masterclass is valued at $599 and includes private coaching calls with a registered dietitian nutritionist, daily meal feedback, tutorials, and more. EatBeyond participants will receive information at the end of the program on how to enter to win.

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This program was supported by the Grant or Cooperative Agreement Number 1 NU58DP006672, funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or the Department of Health and Human Services.

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