Tips to Reduce Your Breast Cancer Risk – Part 2

Tips To Reduce Your Breast Cancer Risk - Part 2

Tips To Reduce Your Breast Cancer Risk - Part 2

Tips to Reduce Your Breast Cancer Risk – Part 1

Tips To Reduce Your Breast Cancer Risk - Part 2

What You Must Avoid

Anti-perspirants

There is persuasive evidence that anti-perspirants can lead to breast cancer.  They prevent perspiration, which is one of the means the body uses to purge poisons, a safeguard for our breasts.  If these poisons remain in the body, they do not go elsewhere to be eliminated; they become deposited in the lymph nodes.  The lymph nodes are located in the upper outside quadrant of the breast area, which is the location of most breast cancers.   It is postulated that ordinary deodorants are safe, provided they do not contain aluminium, because they merely control odour and do not suppress perspiration.  So far as I know there haven’t been any studies on this.  Who would fund them?  To avoid offending, spread a bit of bicarbonate of soda, slightly dampened, in your armpits.

Excessive Alcohol Intake

Keep your alcohol consumption to the bare minimum.  All alcoholic beverages contain some carcinogenic elements that could increase your susceptibility to breast cancer.

The Beauty Business

Beauty parlours and hairdressing salons are filled with hazards for breast health. Hair dyes are a witches’ brew of cancer-causing chemicals, all of which are easily absorbed through the scalp. Shampoos and conditioners are filled with a shameful array of dangerous petrochemical substances.  Even if you don’t have ceramic nails put on, some woman in the same room will, and the pungent odour from them is enough to make some people faint. Others complain of searing pains in their lungs when exposed to these toxic chemicals, which should be illegal. Cosmetics are chock-full of cancer-causing chemicals . Choose carefully and don’t be taken in by the slick ads. Consider switching to pure coconut oil for cleansing and moisturising.

Sugar

Next time you’re tempted by an “irresistible” treat, consider the findings of an important study reported in Medical Hypotheses based on a comparison of breast cancer deaths in 21 countries.  They found that the higher the sugar consumption, the higher the death rate.  For example, in the UK where sugar consumption is 145gm per person per day, there were 23 breast cancer deaths per year, per 100,000.  In Japan, where daily per capita sugar consumption is only 57.4gm, there were only 6.8 breast cancer deaths annually per 100,000.  Data from other countries provided comparable results, and there have been many other studies with similar findings, too numerous to include here.  They all point the finger at sugar as a major cause of breast cancer.  Get the sugar monkey off your back, and look forward to a longer, healthier life.  But don’t switch to artificial sweeteners, which are deadly.  Agave is no better.

Polyunsaturated Fats

Polyunsaturated fat is another substance you must avoid in order to protect your breasts.  But the good news is that you won’t have to deprive yourself of the delicious, old-fashioned fats our forebears ate with relish and in robust health.  These fats – coconut oil, olive oil and meat and butter from animals that graze on grass and are organically raised – are protective of your breasts.

But you must keep away from the highly-promoted polyunsaturated oils that have been conclusively implicated as major causes of the huge increase in breast cancer.  If the proponents of polyunsaturates thought about them logically they would understand that they cause cancer.  These fats have been used for decades to suppress the immune systems of transplant patients.  In other words, when an organ is transplanted, the immune system tries to expel it. The polyunsaturates are so immuno-suppressive that they are utilised in emulsions to stop the immune system from doing its job.  This is necessary for a transplant patient, but the rest of us need our immune systems to be strong.  Without a well-functioning immune system, we have no defence against breast cancer or any other diseases.  How the medical system can recommend a substance for the health of our hearts, then use the identical substance to render inactive the immune system of a transplant patient, is both mysterious and amazing, and probably corrupt.

Constipation

In constipation, food moves slowly through the colon, causing excess waste to pass into the bloodstream, creating a toxic environment, which is bad for your breasts, and all aspects of your health.  Don’t let this happen to you – taking magnesium to bowel tolerance will usually correct constipation.  Use magnesium chloride, never the excitotoxin magnesium aspartate.

Mammograms

Mammograms can cause breast cancer.   There are at least two reasons for this – radiation and physical compression – both integral parts of the procedure.  It seems to have been forgotten that radiation was the first proven cause of cancer, and, if you have ever been subjected to a mammogram, you know that they squeeze the breasts tightly in a vice before shooting radiation through them. The danger is exacerbated because breasts are more susceptible to radiation than other tissue.

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Tips To Reduce Your Breast Cancer Risk - Part 2
Tips To Reduce Your Breast Cancer Risk - Part 2
Tips To Reduce Your Breast Cancer Risk - Part 2
Tips To Reduce Your Breast Cancer Risk - Part 2
Tips To Reduce Your Breast Cancer Risk - Part 2

Tips To Reduce Your Breast Cancer Risk - Part 2

Tips To Reduce Your Breast Cancer Risk - Part 2

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