Top 3 Strategies to F*CK CANCER!
Around the age of fifty it seems we know at least one friend, coworker or family member with cancer. Breast cancer, uterine cancer, lung cancer, melanoma, non-Hodgkin lymphoma, colon and rectum cancers are most commonly detected in women around the age of 50.
I am incredibly fortunate that all of my immediate family members are still alive, healthy, and active. Yes, I come from good genes, and both of my parents still work hard to keep their minds, their bodies' and their schedules busy. Unfortunately, I can’t get them to improve their diets; trying to get my father to eat anything green, or trying to get my mother to reduce carbohydrates has been a losing battle because it “works for them”. What they don’t realize, eating better would help them perform their daily tasks easier and more effectively.