Dr. Feinstein – Get a taste for nutrition
Fueling your body with the right foods can make a positive impact on how you feel. Food can also have an emotional component, providing a sense of comfort or memories that remind you of a cherished time or place.
Trevor Feinstein, M.D., Medical Director of Oncology Research at Piedmont Fayette, will lead a Cook with a Doc session aimed at creating a healthy dish that is also a comfort food from 12 to 1:30 p.m. on Friday, April 26, 2019 at The Thomas F. Chapman Family Cancer Wellness Center at Piedmont Fayette Hospital. Dr. Feinstein will be joined with his sister, Koren, a professional chef, as they make Gnocchi with roasted red pepper sauce. Gnocchi are little dough dumplings that are popular in countries throughout the world. Once you learn how to cook these precious pasta knots, you can prepare them in many ways and make you own variations and sauces.
The cooking demonstrations are among the most popular events in the Cancer Wellness facility. They provide participants with a great deal of helpful information regarding diet and nutrition while giving everyone a chance to taste some delicious dishes," said Kirsten Soriano, program coordinator for Cancer Wellness. "When our doctors host a cooking demonstration, they can also address questions from our guests about how nutrition may affect them during treatment or recovery."
Dr. Feinstein is the recipient of numerous honors and awards. Dr. Feinstein is a Diplomate of the American Board of Medical Oncology and the American Board of Hematology. He holds memberships with the American Society of Clinical Oncology and Georgia Society of Clinical Oncology.
If you would like more information about clinical trials, please call 678-829-1060. Dr. Feinstein sees patients in in our Fayetteville clinic. To make an appointment with Dr. Feinstein or any of our physicians, please call 678-829-1060.