My Book

006 (1)Is it possible for women to reduce their risk of breast cancer (or any other type of cancer, for that matter)?

My book, Eating for Breast Cancer Prevention, explores this question deeply! It contains the wisdom of over 100 of the latest studies, which have shown to reduce a woman’s chances of developing breast cancer.

In the book, you’ll discover:

  • The optimal diet, which will not only reduce your risk, but have you looking and feeling great.
  • Scientifically proven habits you can implement today, which are 100% in your control.
  • The top 7 breast cancer fighting foods.
  • What the latest research (117 total citations) says on highly controversial topics such as meat, soy and environmental toxins and their impact on breast cancer.
  • Over 50 tips to help you quickly and easily put these principles into action.
  • Dozens of meal and snack ideas.

And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. At the conclusion of reading this book, you’ll have in your hands a step-by-step process of what you need to do to reduce your risk of breast cancer.

All it takes is a willingness to change.

You don’t need to leave your life up to chance. Take control of your future now, by applying these simple strategies.

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Here’s what readers are saying:

“I really enjoyed this book. It gave me a lot of great ideas on what is good to eat and what isn’t so good to eat. Don’t let the title of the book fool you, I don’t have breast cancer but it gave me ideas to make a better choice on what to eat. I would recommend this book to anyone that just wants to be informed about your eating habits and choices.” — Cindy, Crystal Lake, IL.

“What a great read! Here are the things that I loved the most about this book and that I found to be the most helpful in changing my diet. First of all, the author has based her advice and recommendations off of scholarly journals and research. This is not another “fad diet” book – in fact, it’s the very opposite! Not only is the book a trustworthy source of health information, it is also very reader-friendly. Each section hosts a table or chart that succinctly summarizes the information. This feature is very handy! I’ve pulled up several of the charts on my phone while grocery shopping – it’s a great resource to have on hand. Finally, the details and “how to’s” of this book are indispensable. The author walks you through serving sizes, vitamin supplements, the soy issue, super-foods, and exercise. The author also does a wonderful job at minimizing the overwhelming amount of information provided by always suggesting baby steps and attainable goal making. This book is jammed pack of valuable information to not only help prevent breast cancer but also to improve your overall health and lifestyle. I highly recommend it!” — Cara, Chicago, IL.

“I really enjoyed reading this book because it provided me with information that was practical and easy to apply. It can be very overwhelming to think about changing my lifestyle, but the author broke down lifestyle changes in a way that makes them seem possible for me. I always knew that healthy eating was important, but the statistics in this book really opened my eyes to the fact that eating whole foods and a healthy diet can truly prevent breast cancer!” — Bridget, Chicago, IL.

“Short, sweet and to the point. Highly recommend! Natalie makes a lot of sense and put things in perspective why it is so important to make these changes for and to your body.” — R.Adar, Hallandale, FL.

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Beverly Vote July 8, 2013 at 12:48 pm

I am interested to know more about your work. I publish The Breast Cancer Wellness Magazine and eating well is a vital part of healing.
Kindest regards,
Beverly Vote

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