Breast Cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women today. It is estimated that 1 in every 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime, equaling a quarter of a million women being diagnosed each year. As many of you may know, October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. In effort to raise the awareness of our EALM readers, we wanted to highlight the importance of diet and lifestyle, on not only your overall health, but also in relation to breast cancer.
Pros Eating a plant-based diet provides a plethora of antioxidants such as Vitamin C and Vitamin A to fight free radicals caused by exercise (where free radicals are produced at a greater rate). You are forced to focus on your dark leafy greens like spinach and collard greens and high Vitamin C [...]
Guest Blog by Debra Johnson Many children have special dietary needs that are a result of either a specific lifestyle or a health condition. Most commonly,a child may have an allergy to a specific food, or a family may have chosen to live a vegetarian lifestyle. No matter what the reason for a special diet may [...]
Are veggie burgers really meatless? Yes, it is exactly as the name suggests—no meat. Yet in the eyes of many meat lovers, comparing the taste and texture of veggie burgers just does not stack up to its meat counterpart. While some are made to mimic the taste, texture color and feel of meat burgers, veggie [...]