Wheat grass is one of the best sources of nutrients out there! In just a 30mL wheat grass juice shot, you can get the equivalent of the vitamins and minerals in 30 grams of fresh veggies (that’s the equivalent of an entire CUP of raw spinach).
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On Tuesday, March 3, 2015, we hosted our fourth annual breast cancer symposium. It was so wonderful to see people take time out of their busy schedules to attend our event. With each symposium, we are educating more and more people about breast cancer, preventative techniques, and possible treatments.
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It’s becoming common knowledge that many of the most popular beauty products, soaps and cosmetics that are available for purchase at your local grocery store and drug store are chalk full of chemicals and cancer-causing carcinogens. Continue reading
Now that the holiday season has passed, you are probably looking at a nice long list of New Year’s resolutions. You may already have plans to get active and eat healthier but we are challenging you to make 2015 the year of breast health! Continue reading
This October, we saw tons of great events from Youth Advisory Council’s across the region, including bake sales, healthy living days, free yoga drop in events and more! Youth Advisory Council UofA really blew us away this year with their 2nd Annual Breast Health Week on campus! Continue reading
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The grass is green, the sun is shining and it’s time to get active! Summer time is a great time to get hooked on healthy habits. Here are some tips from Youth Advisory Council to help you while you are reducing your risk this summer. Continue reading
Batting Against Breast Cancer is a Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation – Prairies/NWT Region(CBCF) slo-pitch tournament that takes place across the Prairies/NWT Region in the following cities; Edmonton, Grande Prairie, Calgary, Red Deer, Regina and Winnipeg. We here at CBCF are now in “full swing” (pun intended) in planning this super fun community event. Interested in supporting CBCF and cheering on your local teams? Read on! Continue reading