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Sugar Snap Peas and Avocado Dip

| March 23, 2015 |
Sugar Snap Peas and Avocado Dip

Pink Ribbon Cooking: Peas Please! Super simple summer meal when the garden is exploding with peas!  Serves 4.   4 cups Sugar Snap Peas, steamed and cooled 1 large avocado 3 Tablespoon lemon juice, fresh (juice of one lemon) ½ cup 0% fat free Greek yogurt 1 teaspoon hot sauce ¼ extra virgin olive oil […]

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Pink Ribbon Cooking Recipes

| March 23, 2015 |
Pink Ribbon Cooking Recipes

Spring Into Healthy Cooking Spring is one of the most inspirational seasons for chefs; as we emerge from the grip of Old Man Winter and the heft of our braised and roasted dishes, even the slightest ray sunshine pushes us to think of lighter yet more vibrant textures, flavors and ingredients. Two ingredients show up […]

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Spring Forward for Wellness

| March 18, 2015 |
Spring Forward for Wellness

IMMERCE YOURSELF IN NATURE “Every corny thing that has been said about living with nature — being in harmony with the earth, feeling the cycles of the seasons — is true.” — Susan Orlean Spring offers us many benefits including stirring our feelings of renewed hope, strength and purpose. Being in nature clears our mind, […]

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Celebrating You!

| March 18, 2015 |
Celebrating You!

DEAR FRIENDS, LOVE MATTERS It is the most sacred feeling on earth. Johnny Depp is incredibly creative and talented, but his words about love reveal his depth and wisdom too. A diagnosis of breast cancer is a call to embrace love, love of each other, and love of life itself. Let’s celebrate love, let’s celebrate […]

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Be a Good One

| September 21, 2014 |
Be a Good One

By Natalie Palmer My story begins with a quote by Abraham Lincoln, with whom I share a birthday: “Whatever you are, be a good one.” Many years ago this became the mission statement of my life and remains so to this day. I am a person with metastatic breast cancer who made a promise to […]

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Pink Ribbon Cooking Recipes

| September 21, 2014 |
Pink Ribbon Cooking Recipes

Chili Con Carne Sweet Potatoes with Chili Honey Yogurt Simple, healty and delicious!  Serves 4 anytime of year. 4 medium sweet potatoes 1 cup onion, finely chopped 1 teaspoon olive oil 2 teaspoons garlic, minced 1 lb. grass fed ground beef 1 tablespoon chili powder ¼ teaspoon ground cumin ¼ teaspoon oregano ¼ teaspoon dried […]

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You are the Most Integral Member

| September 21, 2014 |
You are the Most Integral Member

The foundation of any diagnosis derives from information found in your breast cancer pathology report. Breastlink offers patients transparent and unlimited access to their personal health information, including their pathology reports. Although a pathology report may seem technical and confusing at first, it is important for you to understand your health information to make appropriate […]

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Searching for Rainbows

| September 10, 2014 |
Searching for Rainbows

Newly initiated into the sisterhood of breast cancer, a flood of oncology terminology overwhelmed my brain — stage III breast cancer, lymph node involvement, chemotherapy, radiation.   I was in the midst of the storm of breast cancer but my many years in the mental health field had taught me that positive thinking can help manage […]

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Lower Your Risk With B Vitamins

| September 10, 2014 |
Lower Your Risk With B Vitamins

FOLIC ACID Folic acid (also known as folate), is a type of B vitamin that is involved in the process of making proteins. It is necessary for the successful construction and repair of DNA and for normal cell division. Without it, cells can’t divide properly and can turn cancerous. During cell division—the process our body […]

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Kisses and Much More

| March 17, 2013 |
Kisses and Much More

by Christine Horner, MD Perhaps one of your favorite activities is putting up the mistletoe during the Holidays and getting a special someone to give you a kiss. But did you know that mistletoe can also help you if you have breast cancer? Yes—kisses really do help you to heal, but mistletoe offers much more. […]

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