Good nutrition is important for those going through breast cancer treatment.  Everything you put into your body should provide nutrition, hydration, and immune support.  Cancer and its treatments will take a strong body and strong mind to beat it.   Here are a few things you can do right now to begin your journey toward good health.   

Keeping a positive attitude is the only way you are going to get through this journey.  Stay strong, Try to focus on whats important to you, Be Kind, Believe, Smile, Laugh, Hug, and Hope!   

Try to get at least 30  minutes of exercise 4-5 times a week. Fresh air and exercise reduce stress and increase circulation of the blood and lymphs.  A walk can spark your appetite, mood, and overall well-being.  

Eliminating toxins from your body enables your immune system to fight diseases,  infections and overall keeping your body running smoothly. Juicing and water are great ways to detox your body. 

 Water! Water! Water!
One of the most important things you can do for your body is to drink Alkaline water and LOTS of water.   We like to try and challenge ourselves to drink a minimum of 64 oz a day and we encourage all who is reading this note to do the same.  

Treat your Body Right!  



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