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8 Things A Woman Should Know About Breast Health

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8 Things A Woman Should Know About Breast Health


Breast Health

Self-care is often the first step in avoiding and curing health problems, in my opinion. When it comes to breast health, I can't stress enough how important it is to take care of yourself. Seeing pink ribbons all over the place during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October is fantastic! Any pink ribbon, if I had my way, would bear an additional valuable message for women.


“You will boost your breast health and reduce the chances of breast cancer right now with a few basic lifestyle changes,” the message will read.

True, we have no power over where we live or our genetic risk factors. However, a growing body of evidence suggests that women can improve their breast health by changing their diet, exercising, and losing weight.

These basic measures will help you regulate your hormones and reduce your risk of breast cancer, as well as have other weight, anti-aging, and disease-prevention benefits.
We must stress that everyone can concentrate on what they can handle rather than what they cannot.

A saliva test will be used to determine our hormone levels

A saliva test is the safest way for premenopausal and postmenopausal people to determine whether their bodies have an excess of estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone. Saliva testing is the most precise and convenient method for determining this.

If we require hormone supplementation, we should use bio-identical hormones 

The term "bioequivalent" refers to the hormones' molecular composition matching that of the hormones produced by our bodies, as opposed to Pregnant Mare's Urine, which is produced naturally by horses but not by humans.

We can improve our lifestyles, such as reducing alcohol intake and quitting smoking.


We can maintain a healthy weight by exercising regularly

Maintaining a stable, normal weight has also been shown to have a positive impact on the estrogen/progesterone ratio. Regular activity is also important. Obesity, elevated insulin levels, alcohol use, smoking, oral contraceptives, hormones from beef and meat products, pesticides, and herbicides, on the other side, will skew this ratio negatively.

We should choose to eat a well-balanced diet

Stop pesticides, herbicides, and estrogens in meat and dairy products while eating raw. Consume one to three servings of cruciferous vegetables per day, such as broccoli, bok choy, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, and cabbage. Indole 3 Carbinol, the active ingredient, has been shown in studies to help stabilize estrogen levels.


If you don't consume 5 to 8 portions of fruits and vegetables a day, we can substitute with EFAs (essential fatty acids) and a fruit and vegetable concentrate.


We should do BSEs (breast self-examinations) and become more acquainted with our bodies.


We will further our knowledge by reading Dr. John Lee's book "What Your Doctor Does Not Tell You About Breast Cancer."

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