Planting a new diet

Survivors Ranbir Kaur Toor and Syamimah Muhamad Narodin made the switch to a plant-based diet when they were first diagnosed with breast cancer.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and two breast cancer survivors share how changing to a plant-based diet has kept them in good health.

MEAT-BASED products have always been a part of Syamimah Muhamad Narodin’s diet, right up until she was diagnosed with breast cancer at 30. Since then, the freelance accountant has made a complete turnaround – her daily meals now consist of fruits or vegetables and occasionnally, a small serving of fish.

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Family & Community , Breast cancer , Diet


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