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The Best Years in Life
Breast Cancer: A Preventable Disease Through Good Nutrition
Cancer. It feels like a modern
version of the plague. The word
strikes fear in us. We all know
someone who has it, or had it, or is
in remission from it. The recent
Breast Cancer Awareness month was
dedicated to the importance of early
detection. We read articles about
breast cancer statistics, symptoms
and treatment. Strangely missing
from the mix was information on
prevention. Did you see anything on
prevention? Me neither.
By choosing whole, unprocessed
(local and organic when possible)
foods, we can reassert control over
our diet. We can make better choices
about slow and wholesome foods as
opposed to "crap-in-a-box" or
drive-through foods. I learned how.
So can you.
About the author
Peggy Gannon lives on a 50-acre farm, where she is owned by three parrots and a few cats. She taught at Unity College in Maine for 18 years, and has in the same lifetime been a small farmer, public relations director, commercial horticulturist, and mental health professional. Her poetry and nonfiction have appeared in a variety of literary and other small magazines. She has pursued a lifelong interest in health and nutrition and is a vocal advocate of local and organic foods. When not writing, she keeps busy gardening, traveling to exotic and arcane locales, and periodically emptying the bag on the vacuum in deep space.