Take Breast Cancer off Your Menu is for people who want to prevent breast cancer and people who have had breast cancer and want to prevent it from returning. Glickman wants to be clear though, that the book is not about treating cancer or a substitute for medical treatment.
“There is so much evidence that breast cancer can be prevented nutritionally that it is overwhelming,” Glickman tells us. Health practitioners are realizing that what we do and eat affects our health. This has certainly been the case with regard to heart disease where healthy eating and exercise are highly promoted. Breast cancer was thought to be different but now we know that this too is affected by what we do and what we eat.” – See more at: http://www.datsyn.com/press-release/3970/2015/08/24/New-Book-Suggests-Taking-Breast-Cancer-off-Your-Menu#sthash.WY0atAvp.dpuf