After breast cancer at 38 - Changed What's on my Plate


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Pot Roast


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When I experienced breast cancer over 14 years ago, I discovered the question: why is the breast cancer rate in rural China 11:100,000 and the U.S. 1:8* during a woman's lifetime? Huh? Women in China don't get breast cancer? Meanwhile, we're walking all over the planet and still "no cure?"

I discovered many resources that pointed to America's "diet of diseases", and became passionate on spreading the word in a humorous and engaging dialogue. I believe that by changing “what’s on my plate” made a difference for my health (and I thought was eating healthy).  ​

Please find below a vast array of resources and hope you will find this page useful. Please visit often and we'd love to hear "What's Changed on Your Plate".

Best health always,


Brazilian Fish Stew


Butternut Squash


with Savory Sage