Come walk for Keep A Breast at the City of Carson’s 6th Annual Think Pink Breast Cancer Walkathon on Sunday, October 22! We’ll be there with our Traveling Education Booth! We are so excited to return to this walkathon! There will be a nutrition booth, free giveaways (including KAB swag), and tons of people walking… Read more »
There are an infinite amount of changes that one goes through after being diagnosed. We, along with our dear friend Dr. Josh Axe, believe that adopting a natural and overall wellness-focused lifestyle is key for survivors. You know Dr. Axe from our Top 5 Supplements for Cellular Health blog. He is an amazing doctor who… Read more »
Our friend Dr. Axe is an absolutely amazing doctor who is invested in natural medicine and wellness. He has put together a Shopping List for Cellular Health that helps his readers truly use their food as medicine. Lifestyle changes and a list of foods you’re not used to can be daunting. So, we’ve broken down one… Read more »
Just 30 minutes of exercise 3-4 times a week lowers your risk of developing breast cancer by 30-50%. This October, for Breast Cancer Prevention month, we are focusing on exercise as a means to promote overall wellness and lowering our risk of breast cancer. Our goal is to inspire people to reduce their risk of… Read more »
Join our friends at Graced by Grit for this special shopping event to celebrate our newest partnership! The Gritty Titty Bra is now a charitable item. $5 from every bra purchase will be donated to Keep A Breast!
Keep A Breast teamed up with verynice studio and The Rare Studios to re-think the role of smart phones in breast cancer awareness and prevention. The FREE app provides a visual step-by-step overview of the breast self-exam and allows you to easily schedule an automatic monthly reminder with a pop-up text reminder.
The Keep A Breast Foundation was founded in response to the growing need for breast cancer awareness programs that focus on educating young people. October is a big month to raise awareness of the need of prevention education for young people. We work on this all year, but October gives us a huge platform to… Read more »
We love chia! There, we said it. We love chia on almost everything and with almost everything, so we have teamed up with Mamma Chia to give you all the facts about chia and how it’s basically the most magical. Chia seeds are high in Omega-3 acids and antioxidants. Studies at Seattle’s Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center… Read more »
Sugar has been under scrutiny for a while now, but now a National Institutes of Health funded a study, conducted by University of Texas, finding that high sugar consumption is linked to an increase in breast cancer tumor growth and spreading of cancer. What does this mean to us? This high sugar consumption matches up… Read more »