I want to say a big thanks to Gail Miyasaki, a breast cancer survivor for writing about The After Cancer Diet in her column. Here's a sneak peak of what she wrote:
When I was unexpectedly diagnosed with BC [breast cancer] over a decade ago, there was so little I knew about it. Not the case anymore. Sadly, four friends of beautiful colors are gone. BC does not discriminate.
A new Kindle e-book is out to reach cancer survivors for post-prevention guidelines. “The After Cancer Diet: How to Live Healthier Than Ever Before” is from Brooklyn-based wellness writer and health coach Suzanne Boothby, who teamed up with her dad, Dr. Richard Boothby, a cancer physician of 26 years.
“It’s OK to eat a burger and fries,” she said. “Make sure it’s organic and grass-fed beef with lots of greens. See my recipe for sweet potato fries baked in the oven and veggie burgers.”
Check it out, gift a survivor. A deal at $5!
Think pink. Walk, run, bike, eat, drink to support the causes that will make a difference in kicking BC’s butt.
To read the full story, click here: http://rafu.com/news/2011/10/krafty-korner-bc-awareness