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SOURCE: The LiveWell Movement
In honor of Colon Cancer Awareness month, Nwenna Kai, founder of The LiveWell Movement will present her 7 ways of reducing one's risk for colon cancer with a raw foods or vegan diet.
Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) March 15, 2013
Nwenna Kai, raw foods guru, author of the book, The Goddess of Raw Foods, and founder of the LiveWell Movement will address how a raw foods diet can reduce one's risk for colon cancer. Because March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month, she will reveal her top 7 recommendations to her twitter followers and engage in a serious conversation about reducing one's risk and as well as embracing a balanced plant-based diet as the core preventive measure for most degenerative diseases.
Even though colon cancer is the third leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States, the number of deaths from colon cancer have been dropping in the last 20 years, however colon cancer still accounts for over 100,000 new cases of colon cancer a year.
On Wednesday, March 20th @ 4 pm PST/7 pm EST, Kai will be tweeting with followers her 7 recommendations on reducing one's risk for colon cancer and how we as a nation can start to engage seriously about preventing diseases like colon cancer in order to raise a generation that is healthy. She will also address how Michelle Obama's new physical fitness initiative is the beginning of the United States taking serious action in creating a healthier American population.
Just follow Nwenna Kai on twitter and find out more information on how to help yourself, your family, and your community.
"My mission with The LiveWell Movement is to move masses of people to seriously take action in preventing diseases such as colon cancer, " says Kai.
The LiveWell Movement is a health and wellness company that provides total wellness solutions to individuals to shift paradigms, attitudes, and habits around living a healthier life.
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