Eat and Drink Pink: Make Meals Rosy For Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Some of us are breast cancer survivors or know a person who is currently fighting the disease. And the sad truth is that many of us have lost someone to breast cancer — last year alone, 40,000 women died from the disease. Pink ribbons have become a universal symbol of awareness, support, and hope for the fight against breast cancer.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, think pink. Liven up your plate, your snacks, and your meals with rosy-hued foods. Here are five pink foods that not only carry the color of hope, but also contain nutrients known for their cancer-fighting abilities.