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Breast Cancer - What is it really all about?

So today we're going to talk about "Breast Cancer". Did you know that this year an estimated 276,480 women in the U.S. will be diagnosed with "invasive" breast cancer and 48,530 with "situ" breast cancer?

So what do we know?

The 4 types of breast cancer are . . .

  1. Metastatic breast cancer is also classified as State 4 breast cancer

  2. Ductal Carcinoma in Situ

  3. Invasive Ductal Carcinoma

  4. Triple Negative Breast Cancer

Doctors know that breast cancer occurs when some breast cells begin to grow abnormally. These cells most often begin in the milk-producing ducts (invasive ductal carcinoma). And cells may spread (metastasize) through the breast to the lymph nodes or to other parts of the body.

We also know . . . Often the lump in your breast or underarm that doesn't go away is the first symptom of breast cancer. These lumps are usually painless, although some may cause a prickly sensation. But the most devastating part . . . is that breast cancer cells have to divide 30 times before it can be felt. Up to the 28th cell division, neither you nor your doctor can detect it by hand. And each cell division takes 1 to 2 months, so by the time you can feel a cancerous lump . . . the cancer has been in the body for 2 to 5 years.

How unbelievably devastating is that information?

So here are some warning signs to be on the look out for:

  1. a new lump in the breast or underarm (armpit)

  2. thickening or swelling of part of the breast

  3. irritation or dimpling of breast skin

  4. redness or flaky skin in the nipple area or the breast

  5. pulling in of the nipple

  6. pain in the nipple area

Although scientists have identified many risk factors that increase a woman's chance of developing breast cancer, The National Institute of Environmental Health Science says, they do not yet know what causes normal cells to become cancerous.

Okay . . . so this is my take on breast cancer. . . . there is an answer!

I've spoken a lot over the past 80 Health Tips about how this Western diet of ours has compromised our "immune system" and therefore allowed our "bad" bacteria to run a muck in our body. We've spoken about how this overgrowth of "bad" bacteria plays a major roll in just about every illness. I've told you about the toxic byproduct called "Ethanol" that this "bad" bacteria releases into our bloodstream and the devastating effect it has on our health. Well . . . this disease is no different . . .

"Ethanol" destroys enzymes, which cause the release of free radicals into the body that can damage our DNA.

NOW LISTEN UP . . . the result from this ethanol is an acquired change to the DNA of a "single cell". This change is a "mutation"! Once this change occurs, the mutated cell "divides' and "multiplies" into many "mutated cells". Remember we just spoke about how breast cancer cells divide 30 times before we feel a lump? Well . . . "Ethanol" is the cause!

And this same process is how I got my terminal blood cancer 11 years ago and how "ANY" cancer starts!!!!!

"Ethanol" also stops the absorption of "iron", with iron being the most important "oxygen" support in the blood. And without this ample support - disease will surely occur - And the reason for this . . . is because cells that live "too long" in an oxygen "deprived" environment become "malignant".

Now this is important . . . "Ethanol impairs the body's ability to break down and absorb nutrients which "increases" the blood level of "estrogen", which as we know is a sex hormone that is linked to the risk of "breast cancer"!

And with this . . . it's a never ending cycle because "Ethanol" kills our "good" bacteria and serves as a "fertilizer" to help the "bad" bacteria grow, which produces its byproduct of more "Ethanol".

So unless we STOP this never ending process, more and more women of today will die of Breast Cancer. We can reverse this process!

If you'd like to set up a consultation for more information about how to stop this "bad" bacteria and its byproduct of "Ethanol", feel free to contact me here.

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