Penn Herb Wellness Guide
Breast Cancer Prevention
- Get a checkup
See your healthcare professional once a year for a breast exam and mammogram to detect disease before it becomes advanced
- Cut back on cocktails, but not on nutrition
Limit your alcohol consumption and take a multivitamin containing folic acid to reduce alcohol-related breast cancer risk
- Eat risk-reducing foods
Add plenty of fiber, tomato products, soy products, and fish to your diet
- Seek support
If you have breast cancer, join a weekly patients’ group for social support
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