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Breast Cancer Survivor and Warrior – Nacole Ali

Ok breast cancer patients and survivors it's time to get motivated! I'm happy to present our monthly spotlight on a breast cancer survivor and this time it's none other than Nacole Ali. She's a 20-year vet in human resources, been featured on The Wendy Williams Show, and I happen to know she's also completed a marathon post-cancer diagnosis. To say that she's a survivor is an understatement, she's a breast cancer warrior! Read more about how her diagnosis brought her face-to-face with her deepest fears and how she overcame them one step at a time by writing her book and having some fun as a globe-trotter.  You can find more about her at www.nacoleali.com. Here's to your best health! Deanine Grace, PhD Q: Hi Nacole, can you tell us a little about yourself?  A:...

Breast cancer survivors, how many fruits and vegetables do you need to eat to prevent a recurrence?

Hey Breast Cancer Survivors!  You can reduce your risk of breast cancer by 40% if you eat at least 3 servings of fruits and vegetables a day. And here's another tip, eating cruciferous vegetables every day reduces your risk of breast cancer recurrence by 35%. You can find out what cruciferous vegetables are and how they stop cancer growth here. Now if you want to prevent breast cancer in the first place, you can reduce your risk of a NEW breast cancer DIAGNOSIS by 30% if you eat 3+ servings of cruciferous vegetables every day. Want to learn how to eat more fruits and vegetables every day? Download this FREE worksheet (page 4 and 5) on how to eat more fruits and veggies a day. References: Thomson CA, et al. Breast Cancer Res Treat. 2011; 125:519 Christine B....

How to Turn Your Body into a Cancer Fighting Machine at Your Next Barbecue

Let’s face it, Americans love to grill and barbecue their meats. So when the World Health Organization came out with a report that summarized the findings from a group of scientists that processed meats (cold cuts, cured meat) and grilled meats are known cancer-causing agents (right up there with tobacco smoke and asbestos) well there was a huge “hooray” from the medical community but not more than a whimper from most Americans. I get it we’re all bombarded by tons of information these days, but this one you want to pay special attention to. I get it, grilled anything tastes too good for most to avoid during the summer months, but this one you should pay particular attention to, because the data is pretty compelling. So if...