This cookbook represents the combined love, energy and passion of a group of women and men dedicated to the discovery of a cure for breast cancer. The recipes are a compilation of original recipes and recipes passed down through generations. The contributions come from a diverse community of women from across the country who have pooled their resources, energy, time and love of food into creating something that is greater than the sum of its parts.
So, we invite you to break bread with us. Choose one of our recipes, Invite your friends and family over to nourish your bodies and celebrate life, and eat, Eat for the Cure!
The title captivated me. I looked at the preview, and saw that the first three recipes contain milk and the fourth recipe contains yogurt. Would it be a strange irony if it turned out that dairy consumption is found to contribute to breast cancer? Let's apply some common sense here: Breasts contain mammary glands which are for secreting milk. If you are a human, and you have mammary glands, and you ingest milk from a foreign species (such as a cow), what is your body going to want to try to do with that milk? And what will happen when it gets stuck and can't come out because it's completely the wrong recipe? (Too much protein and not enough fat.) Lumps? Cysts? Tumors? Cancer? ... I personally wouldn't ingest any dairy products, no matter HOW much you paid me. And I'm not even female. The authors (and others) should read books like "The China Study" and "Diet For a New America" to get the straight scoop.
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