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Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Volume I: Breast Cancer Prevention

Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Volume I: Breast Cancer Prevention

Reviewed By Ray Spotts

So what are the prevention you need to know to lower breast cancer risk?
Studies from UC San Diego reveal that women who eat at least 5 servings of vegetables or fruits daily have cut their risk of breast cancer related death by half.

Foods That Fight Allergies

Foods That Fight Allergies

Reviewed by Ray Spotts

Nuts, especially almonds, hazelnuts, and peanuts, are a good source of vitamin E, which helps to minimize inflammation. Eat a single one ounce serving of any of these nuts daily year round to help prevent symptoms. If you do have symptoms, increase the servings or add a few tablespoons of peanut butter as well.
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