Simple Lifestyle Habits to Prevent Breast Cancer

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Each one of the habits below can reduce your risk of breast cancer by more than 50%. By implementing many of these into your lifestyle, the benefits multiply. Not only do you feel and look great, but you give breast cancer a big knockout punch!

1. Drink a pint to quart of green juice daily

  • An easy way to get more vegetables into your diet
  • The nutrients are assimilated into the body easier
  • Nourishes the body on a cellular level

2. turmeric & ginger: Add spice to your life

  • Antiinflammatory and immune boosters 
  • Inhibit the transformation of cells from normal to tumor
  • Stops mutated cancer cells from spreading

3. Add flaxseed to smoothies, salads & recipes

  • Lignans in flaxseed inhibit the growth of cancer in a dozen different ways, including the exact same mechanism as the anticancer drug Tamoxifen

4. Make exercise a daily routine (30 min)

  • Improves the circulation of immune cells in your blood and reduces elevated insulin levels
  • Reduces stress, strengthens cardiovascular system
  • Helps to maintain healthy weight

5. Reduce intake of sugar & processed foods

  • This is one of the most powerful actions you can take to lower your risk of cancer by lowering your insulin levels and increasing more whole, natural foods

6. Optimize your vitamin D with sunshine or supplements

  • Vitamin D influences virtually every cell in your body and is one of nature’s most potent cancer fighters. It is actually able to enter cancer cells and trigger apoptosis (cell death)

7. Address stress and emotional issues

  • As women, we take on so much and are natural emotional beings. It so important to take time for yourself as well as deal with emotional pain rather than burying it which can resurface later in many forms of illness.

Recommended Reading: 

  • Waking the Warrior Goddess by Dr. Christine Horner 
  • ~ Program to Protect and Fight Against Breast Cancer

 

TOP Cancer Fighting FOODS 

apples

blueberries

broccoli

cruciferous vegetables

berries

dark green leafy vegetables

coffee

cherries

cranberries

curry

dry beans, peas and lentils

flaxseed

garlic

ginger

grapes 

grapefruit

green tea

onions

tomatoes

soy

squash

walnuts and other nuts

whole grains

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