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“It’s important for women to have an option.” – Margaret

“It’s important for women to have an option.” – Margaret

I was diagnosed with breast cancer in September 2020, after finding a small lump under my arm. I had the lump surgically remove, only to find a lymph node showing cancer cells. My initial response to the diagnosis was of course: “How long will I live, and what will I go through?”...

How to tell your children you’ve been diagnosed with cancer

How to tell your children you’ve been diagnosed with cancer

Breaking the news and having conversations about cancer with any loved one can be challenging, but telling your children that you’ve been diagnosed with cancer can be especially difficult....

Busting cancer myths: Sugar & Artificial Sweeteners

Busting cancer myths: Sugar & Artificial Sweeteners

Cancer Mythbuster: Does sugar and artificial sweeteners can contribute to cancer?...

How I saved my hair on chemo

How I saved my hair on chemo

Back in 2017, I was told I had breast cancer. I'm sure I'm not alone in saying it came as a complete shock. I just couldn’t believe this was happening to me! I’ve studied nutrition, always tried to follow a healthy lifestyle and spent years working as a health coach for other people. The reality still hadn’t hit home when I broke the news to my family and close friends...

Icy indulgences to cool down with this summer

Icy indulgences to cool down with this summer

There’s no better or tastier way to cool down than with an icy delight. On this post, we’ve grabbed some of our favourites, which are both delicious and healthy(ish)...

How to balance work & health during your cancer treatment

How to balance work & health during your cancer treatment

Being diagnosed with cancer doesn’t just affect your health; it disrupts your life. Treatments like chemotherapy can be time consuming and cause physical side effects, which make it difficult to maintain your usual daily routines....