"Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food"
When dealing with any cancer especially a rare cancer, advocacy is a lifeline.
Learn why cancer advocacy is literally in my blood! Being diagnosed with cancer is akin to being dropped into the ocean during a hurricane. You can see the boat and you can see the shore, but you do not know how to get to either. I try to be that boat guiding people to the shore filled with renowned cancer experts and support in all areas of their lives.
Jaye Seidlin, JD., CHC trained as a Certified
Integrative Nutrition Health Coach and is a twenty year Health Advocate. As a Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, Jaye provides wellness, body image and nutrition programs as well as thyroid support (in conjunction with renowned physicians) for individuals, children & families and corporations. Health Coach Jaye has lectured and worked with schools and universities, Fortune 500 companies, national eating disorder associations, The Boys & Girls Club and professional sports teams to help people of all ages develop and maintain healthy and happy relationships with their bodies. Jaye works closely with parents, kids and teens on implementing healthy and nutritious meal plans to increase energy, self-esteem and lower anxiety. She has spoken at schools around the country on body image, pursuing your passionate purpose, meaning, joy and healthy nutrition.
Jaye has been a cancer advocate and navigator for 10 years after her father's dire diagnosis with a rare cancer, helping hundreds of cancer patients and their families receive the best care by empowering them with knowledge, education and the resources available, even accompanying them to appointments. Cancer advocacy is near and dear to Jaye's heart as seven people in her family have had cancer. Since 2012, Jaye has been a team captain, participant and supporter of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center's Cycle for Survival. She is also a member of the Young Leadership Council's Science Committee at the Basser Center for BRCA at the University of Pennsylvania and Scientific Advisor to the Board of The Childhood Cancer Project.
Jaye is a Member of the Breathe Easy Play Hard Foundation, beph.com, a national nonprofit foundation dedicated to educating and inspiring kids and teens with asthma. Jaye has been an integral part of Breathe Easy Play Hard from its inception, she has organized BEPH events at Madison Square Garden with the Rangers, Knicks and Liberty as well as the Boys & Girls Club in the South Bronx. Jaye coordinated BEPH's outreach, marketing and PR campaigns. She is passionate about BEPH’s mission to spread the message that all kids and teens “can win and will win” with asthma by being informed, educated and prepared.