For many decades, we’ve known that lifestyle and eating habits can affect your risk of developing cancer. A good diet and exercise decrease the risk and a poor diet and obesity increase the risk. So, what about breast cancer? There’s a lot of data showing that what you eat can affect the risk.
You likely have been exposed to scores of chemicals in personal hygiene and beauty products. These toxins are being absorbed through your skin are causing damage to your breast health. Jerry Hickey, Ph. brings you what you need to know in Episode 29.
Photo by Alex Pasarelu on Unsplash A recent study has confirmed it – the longer a mother breastfeeds a child, the fewer ear, throat and sinus infections the child has. For years, the benefits of breastfeeding have been revealed by researchers. The wide variety of […]
Photo by Alfonso Cenname on Unsplash While visiting with the team at the Upper East Side location, I met with Archana Gogna our Nutritionist who shared one of her favorite recipes that includes cauliflower, a cruciferous vegetable. Not only did Archana create a tasty dish […]