Fight Disease with Organic Food

Want to do everything you can to protect your girls?

Shop organic!

When it comes to breast health, eating a diet high in organic produce is a no-brainer. Food certified by the US Department of Agriculture as organic is grown without the use of toxic and persistent pesticides, irradiation, or bioengineering. And specific nutrients in fruits and vegetables appear to play a part in reducing the risk of breast and other cancers. Vitamins C and E and beta carotene, for instance, are plentiful in foods from the garden and orchard. Dark leafy greens and cruciferous vegetables (including cauliflower, cabbage, and broccoli) are potent ingredients in an anticancer diet.



“What Does the Organic Label Really Mean?”

Amp Up Your Nutrients!

Don’t boil your organic veggies—many of the nutrients will end up in the water! Try sautéing them in olive oil instead.

It's Official: You Should Eat Organic

About 41 percent of Americans will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their lives. About 21 percent will die of cancer. These are scary numbers, but you can take action now to protect your health. 

The US President's Cancer Panel Report recommends eating organic food. This simple step will help limit your exposure to chemicals that can increase your risk of getting cancer.


Organic Trade Association, Oct. 25, 2012