AICR’s New American Plate Challenge is a 12-week interactive program that gets you eating smarter, moving more and managing your weight!
Each week you’ll take one step – a challenge – to put AICR’s 10 Recommendations for Cancer Prevention into action. Research suggests that our evidence-based recommendations not only lower cancer risk, but also help survivors.
Start Where You Are
We know there’s not just one diet and exercise plan that works for everyone. AICR’s NAP Challenge was designed for you to start where you are. Eat the foods you like and enjoy the activities that fit into your life.
You will gradually build habits to eat healthier and get more active by working through the weekly challenges. Each challenge includes specific goals that you work on at your own pace.
Join a Community
Join the thousands who have already taken the Challenge and are now eating smarter and moving more. Put into action AICR’s Cancer Prevention Recommendations – a blueprint for healthy living to reduce the risk of cancer!
Meet the NAP Challenge Dietitians
Dori Mitchell, MS, RDN AICR’s New American Plate Challenge is an empowering, fun, health education program. See more.
Angela Hummel, MS, RDN, CSO, LDN I joined AICR as a specialist in oncology nutrition, I am excited to share the message about cancer prevention. See more.
Alice Bender, MS, RDN I love helping people find ways to make healthy choices a little easier in their lives. See more.
We encourage you to join the exclusive NAP Challenge Facebook group for daily dietitian coaching and tips.
You may also email us at email@example.com.
What is the American Institute for Cancer Research?
AICR focuses on the link between diet, nutrition, physical activity and cancer prevention, treatment and survival. We support research and interpret the results of that research along with findings from the global scientific community, to craft reliable, evidence-based recommendations for lower cancer risk. AICR’s 10 Cancer Prevention Recommendations are your blueprint for healthy living to reduce risk of cancer.
Read more about our mission and work.