Dr. Susan Love thinks lifestyle plays a role in preventing breast cancer.
The authors of “The Pink Ribbon Diet” happen to agree.
(For the record, so do I.)
“The Pink Ribbon Diet” offers an effective, research-based diet plan for overweight breast cancer patients and anyone else at risk for the disease. The book comes stocked with 150 Mediterranean-inspired recipes, and the featured foods are both nutritious and thought to lower breast cancer risk.
Authors Mary Flynn, RD, and Nancy Verde Barr explain what to eat, what not to eat, and why. They discuss reframing the approach to eating, and then they dive into the goodies: Soups, sandwiches, salads, veggies, casseroles, pasta, seafood, and more. Yes, even dessert!
They recommend this diet to those wishing to improve their health, and to anyone trying to lose weight. Why not eat to accomplish both, they say.