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Chef Charles Phillips of Nashville's 1808 Grille, Teams up with National Foundation for Cancer Research, Offering Gourmet Healthy Living Options
Date:5/27/2010

In a year-long education effort about the role of diet in helping to prevent cancer, Executive Chef Charles Phillips of Nashville's award winning 1808 Grille (www.1808grille.com) has partnered with the National Foundation for Cancer Research to promote healthy eating habits that aid in cancer prevention

Nashville (PRWEB) May 27, 2010 -- In a year-long education effort about the role of diet in helping to prevent cancer, Executive Chef Charles Phillips of Nashville's award winning 1808 Grille (www.1808grille.com) has partnered with the National Foundation for Cancer Research to promote healthy eating habits that aid in cancer prevention.

As Executive Chef, "Chef Charles" is committed to healthy living and presents that daily at 1808 Grille by offering a gourmet twist on the fresh, sustainable and locally grown products offered on the menu. 1808 Grille is located in the Hutton Hotel at 1808 West End Avenue, Nashville, and in just over a year since opening, has won numerous awards for culinary excellence and innovation.

"I feel particularly close to this cause because I lost both my mother and grandmother to cancer. Eating well is vital to our health, and vital to long life." He concluded, "Although good health is a number one priority, healthy eating can be a gourmet adventure, as I hope to show in this program. I look forward to making a difference for the NFCR and the cause."

During the course of the year, Phillips will provide expert tips, healthy recipes, and options on how to prepare fresh and organic foods. These will appear on the NFCR website each month, at www.n
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