Pink Ribbon Diet class offered to breast cancer survivors at no charge
CINCINNATI (WKRC) - In honor of Mother’s Day, you're invited to attend a special program for cancer survivors.
It's called “Eating for Health and Prevention of Breast Cancer” and it’s being served with a lot of love and understanding.
This program on Thursday night at The Spicy Olive in Hyde Park, and it is sponsored by Pink Ribbon Girls, who have something that might help you learn more about reducing breast cancer risk, called the “Pink Ribbon Diet.”
“Pink Ribbon Girls is a local organization, we support women, all women, all ages all stages that are battling breast or reproductive cancers,” said Jan Middleton of the Pink Ribbon Girls.
The program is a two-hour class that starts at 6:30 p.m. where you’ll meet other survivors and friends
“It’s a great time for our survivors to come together,” said Jan.
It is also a great time to cook and eat a meal together with “Pink Ribbon Diet” ingredients.
“It’s a diet that focuses heavily on vegetables, olive oil and whole grain starches,” said Melanie Cedargren of the Spicy Olive.
Both Jan Middleton and Melanie Cedergren are breast cancer survivors.
“So it's about finding good things in what you can eat, and enjoying life, because that's what it's really all about,” said Melanie.
There are still spots open if you'd like to register for the program and Pink Ribbon Girls may help support those of you who are survivors.