Beyond the Pink Ribbon: Breast Cancer Awareness

10 Oct

My Mom went through breast cancer about 16 years ago and about 5 years later it came back in her liver. Thanks for the my good Lord in Heaven I still have her. I had faith in the Lord to take care of my Mom and he has been there for my family through the loss of my cousin with cancer. Without my God in Heaven I would not have anything.

The Divine Hostess

October is breast cancer awareness month. It’s nice to wear a pink ribbon, buy something pink from a store, and even to donate to various walks. I’d like to go beyond that and commit myself to fighting cancer by taking preventative measures. Although we cannot control the environment or genetics, there are major lifestyle changes that make a huge difference in our body’s ability to ward off illness. Here are my 6 tips, and I’d love to hear yours!

1. Eat smart. There are so many diets out there these days! Pescatarian, vegan, paleo, clean eating, gluten free– which is best for you? Only you know your specific dietary concerns. If your health has been generally good, a good place to start is 3 veggies, 3 fruits, and 3 whole grains. Add to this, lots of water and vitamins. Sporadic healthy eating will just not do.This must be a…

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