In my personal pursuit of reclaiming my health and preventing further disease, legumes and beans are major foods that I consume three to four times a week. Cooking your own beans is the best way to keep their nutritional value. I cook a large pot of pinto beans once a week. I freeze half of them in a glass container and I keep the other half in the refrigerator. Pinto beans have protein, B vitamins and fiber. They are delicious in burritos, stews, ranch beans, dips, soups, etc.
If you have a history of breast cancer in your family you don’t have to be the woman who sits idly and passively as though you are defenseless against it. You can educate yourself and put a strategy of prevention to educate you, your family and others. We do not have to be defenseless against breast cancer.
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Since my interview with Vanessa Rose on her program “Joy in Our Town” on KPAZ-TV 21 I’ve received a string of comments, feedback and questions. I am always grateful for those contact me with their thoughts about my journey to reclaiming my health. The questions I receive are exactly the questions I asked when I was first getting started on my journey. They are simple questions like what should I eat? What shouldn’t I eat? What do you mean by raw foods? Do you make a menu for the week?