Think Pink Live Green Column
Think Pink, Live Green is a way of living that aims to help women reduce their risk of breast cancer or the disease coming back in survivors. It’s also a way for women living with advanced disease to make the healthiest choices possible.
I want to wish everyone a wonderful Thanksgiving.
This is an important holiday to all of us — a chance for us to be thankful for the good things in life and to spend time with loved ones. It’s probably the only time this year that my whole family is going to get together. Twenty-eight people are coming to my house. OH MY…and I’m doing…
Before I get into the organic discussion, I want to do some cheerleading for fruits and vegetables. Cancer experts and registered dietitians recommend eating five or more servings of a variety of veggies and fruits each day. Mixing up your choices is important because different fruits and vegetables have different nutrients.
So now, as you’re munching on some carrots or blueberries, let’s talk organic.
Thank you for joining me here on my Think Pink, Live Green column, where I’ll be addressing environmental impact on breast cancer risk from my new dual-citizenship perspective as the “patient doctor.” Let me explain.
You might be already familiar with my doctor role: as president and founder of Breastcancer.org and a practicing radiation oncologist with over 20 years experience treating patients with…