Breast Cancer Exposed
The search to find a cure for Breast Cancer gathers momentum year after year.
Globally, billions of dollars are being raised through countless charities to fund new scientific research to find the critical cure for this mysterious cancer that attacks women at random.
Is it really a mystery? No. Will they ever really find a cure? Absolutely not.
It sounds cynical I know. But what’s so incredible is that the incidence of breast cancer even 20 years ago was nothing like it is now. So, maybe escalating cases of breast cancer has more to do with HOW and WHY it’s being “diagnosed” as opposed to a legitimate bio-chemical, genetic new attack on women around the world.
Unfortunately, there is billions of dollars in the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer, so this scary disease will not go away any time soon.
Let’s take a look at one of the main causes of breast cancer.
Recent studies have revealed that wearing a bra for 12 hours a day can increase your risk of getting the disease by 100 times. The statistical link is even stronger than the link between cigarette smoking and lung cancer.
The hypothesis here is that straps, side panels and underwire and other structures of the garment cut off drainage from the lymphatic system, which helps remove toxins and waste products from the cells. The longer you wear a bra, the more hours those toxins are trapped in your breasts. And after many, many years of doing this, the end result can be a breast tumor. So whenever possible, woman should avoid wearing bras (particularly to bed) to allow the flow lymph fluid from the breasts.
If you’re concerned about the breast health, quite often the worst thing you can do is go in for a check-up. The medical community all too often can be quick to mis-diagnose and mis-treat with cut, burn and poison.
Instead, drink plenty of clean water, kick up your sea salt intake, eat raw wholefoods and get heaps of sunshine (also on your breasts). Stop eating dead animals (meat) and cooked dairy products and definitely do not smoke.
In particular eat plenty of citrus foods which share the ‘signature’ of the breasts. I can’t emphasize enough the importance of getting into the sun!! Women who limit their exposure to the sunshine will have lower Vitamin D levels and an increased risk of breast cancer in addition to an increased risk of osteoporosis.