As you think about how what you eat can affect your health and your body's ability to fight breast cancer, you might start to wonder whether the way your food is produced is healthy.
Can the way your food is raised or prepared affect you before, during, or after breast cancer treatment? You might wonder what organic food is and if it's worth the extra cost. What does it mean when food is genetically modified? You also might want to know the best way to make sure your food is prepared and stored as safely as possible.
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Clean drinking water is just as important as safely prepared food. To learn about ways to keep your drinking water safe, visit the Breast Cancer Risk Factors: Exposure to Chemicals in Water page in our Lower Your Risk section.
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