Kind of like my sisters, besides being pretty- kale is loaded with good stuff! Its my favourite go-to for snacks, meals, vitamins and greens. In winter, stews, soups and even steamed greens salads can be great warm and hearty meals for cold weather energy and comfort. Vitamin A found in many root vegetables has been correlated with better brain function, cognitive health and cancer protection. Inflammation and oxidative stress are two primary causes of cancer formation, but vitamin A, vitamin C and other antioxidants can act like natural cancer treatments and help lower the body’s inflammatory responses. And we all love and need anti-inflammatory foods! One of my favourite kale meals below: Lentil-Cannellini-Kale Saute Bowls: 1 Cup Lentils cooked in 2.5 cups veggie broth 1 Can 15oz Cannellini Beans 6 chopped garlic cloves 1/2 large red on
Bone Broth has been touted as the “Elixer of Life” by our friend Chef Lance Roll of The Brothery. All Chinese Dr’s and many other health practitioners will tell you its the best thing to build your blood after chemo. The great thing is, even if you havent dealt with cancer, its a great immune building tonic and cold winter season warming meal. By: Mike Geary Co-author of the best-sellers: The Fat Burning Kitchen, The Top 101 Foods that Fight Aging & The Diabetes Fix Courtesy of The Nutrition Watch Dog You may have heard the news recently… I’m actually shocked that the mainstream media finally picked up a story on REAL nutrition, instead of the typical propaganda… but the word is out, and us Paleo followers have known about it for years — Bone Broth is officially all the rage! So why is bone broth so healthy, and
Root vegetables grow underground, and therefore pull lots of great nutrients from our soil. They provide not only fiber, but loads of vitamin A, and are slow absorbing starch. Check out this delicious recipe for roasted root veggies to get your health and taste fix.
"Ultimately, cancer changed my life and my family’s life, but I have to thank it for that. It has taught me to take nothing for granted. It has taught me to be present in every moment, to feel everything. It taught me how to fight, harder than I ever thought possible, and I found an inner strength, stronger than I ever realized I had. "
B4BC's 10th Annual Skate the Coast was a success! Over 80 people came to skate, bike and roll with us for a 19 mile stretch from Santa Monica to Redondo Beach. Over $32,000 was raised for B4BC's outreach, education and survivorship programs!
Boarding for Breast Cancer (B4BC) is pleased to announce the rollout of our 2017/2018 product collaborations with our partners and sponsors. Take a peak. If you see something you like, feel good knowing that proceeds from all of these items support B4BC’s outreach, education and survivor programs.
Over 65 skaters, longboarders, bikers and scooter(er)s joined us in Tahoe on July 29th for B4BC's Skate the Lake. Throughout the weekend, B4BC was able to earn $27,000 towards our outreach, education and survivor programs. Check out our full recap of the event here!
Dew Tour – you were all time. 2017 marks the first year of an all-time, all-rad friendship between Dew Tour and Boarding for Breast Cancer. We were so stoked to be on-site at one of the biggest skate contests in the world. Taking place right along the beach in downtown Long Beach, it was the ultimate community gathering for those who wanted to experience some of our favorite things – skateboarding, music, and art. Skate contests included Pro Bowl, Pro Street and a Team Comp. Let’s just say, the competition was pure fire with stacked style, charm and attitude. From frontside flips, frontside disasters and 50/50 to fakies in the pro bowl, then a kickflip nose manual, cab back tail and kickflip frontside lipside in the pro street finals, we were impressed from start to finish. Ultimate congrats to the champs: Kevin Hoelfer in Pro Stree
The weather is starting to heat up and all you’re craving is that ice cold water to quench your thirst. While drinking cold beverages might be the norm in our modern time, here are some few thoughts to ponder on why drinking warm water may change your health.
In the past week, there's been a lot of talk about the Paris Climate Agreement and what it means for our country moving forward. Our friends at Snowboard Mag reached out to a few snowboarders to hear some of their thoughts on all of this. There were words of hope, wisdom and inspiration to share, from their thoughts and opinions about what this could mean for the snowboard community.
Sweet, sweet summer time! With warming temps and more time spent outside and on the go, smoothies are the perfect opportunity to combine your fruits and veggies into a delicious drink to enjoy on the run. Enjoy this smoothie recipe for an early morning breakfast or after a big hike with friends; it's the summer tropical bomb!
Life isn't always easy. Struggles and stresses can occasionally bring us down and make us start questioning ourselves, which is where #TeamB4BC comes in to help! Check out our 6 tips to increase confidence, happiness & ultimate stoke levels!
#TeamB4BC loves our mamas! They’ve encouraged us to grow, learn, and empowered us through life. B4BC is extremely honored to have a team of over 18 females, killing it in otherwise male dominated sports industries – snow, skate, surf, and wake. We’re so thankful for all the moms encouraging us to get out there, try new things and roll with the punches (or falls, bruises, broken bones and more). Thank you to all of the moms keeping us strong and inspired! Check out what some of our athletes have to save about their mamas!
Since being diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer, Michelle lives every day to the fullest by embracing a positive mindset and using the mother nature as her favorite form of medicine. Read more in this week's Its Personal Q & A led by Megan Pischke.
I think a lot of people probably wonder “why should I do a juice cleanse?” You might even think that only hippie-yoga people do it. And people trying to lose weight. But I have learned there are many reasons to be cleaning out your pipes. I started doing juice cleanses years ago when I lost my spleen in a snowboard accident. This was my way to boost my immune system with out having to inoculate myself yearly with a flu vaccine. I found it brightened my skin, re-set my eating habits, and gave me tons of energy after long winters of snowboarding and training. And after years of this routine spring and late summer, I now also accredit my twice yearly cleansed liver for helping to support my cancer treatments, and beating a stage 3 cancer. There are many ways and reasons to do a juice cleanse. A typical one is three days, and my favorite is K
Two years ago Samantha Kuhr's life and body changed forever when she had two cancerous tumors removed, both breasts, and 13 lymph nodes. Samantha shares a powerful blog including a few things a cancer survivor wishes you knew.
With the warming temperatures and more time spent outside and near water, it's important to always be taking care of your skin. Protection from the sun and sunscreen is important, but using the RIGHT sunscreen is equally so. We've decided to put together a list of some information and tips from EWG you should know before heading outside this summer!
Yoga is well known for its healing benefits - physically, mentally and spiritually. We at B4BC strongly believe in the benefits in yoga, especially for cancer patients and survivors. Here are a few reasons it can help survivors.
This past weekend on April 8th, we wrapped up one of the best seasons yet by bringing us back to where we all started with the iconic B4BC Shred the Love Snow + Music Festival at Sierra-at-Tahoe. Thanks to love and support (which was felt radiating across the mountain), and nearly 1,800 people coming out to support our cause, B4BC was able to raise $10k towards our education, outreach, and survivor programs.
Boarding For Breast Cancer (B4BC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit foundation dedicated to providing breast cancer education, prevention and support programs for young people and the action sports community at large.