Breast Cancer Diet When commentator Heather King was diagnosed with breast cancer, she read a lot of books about controlling cancer with diet. Some recommended eating a plate of grated beets. Others dictated that adherents eat only fruits and vegetables, while others prescibed eating no fruit at all. Finally, she decided to eat a little less -- and to say grace before each meal.
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When commentator Heather King was diagnosed with breast cancer, she read a lot of books about controlling cancer with diet. Some recommended eating a plate of grated beets. Others dictated that adherents eat only fruits and vegetables, while others prescibed eating no fruit at all. Finally, she decided to eat a little less — and to say grace before each meal.