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(e-Book) Breast Cancer: Is It What You're Eating or What's Eating You?

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Breast cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer. Studies have found that 1 in 8 women in the U.S. will develop invasive breast cancer. Men also face a risk of breast cancer, as 1 in 1,000 will be diagnosed with the disease.

When you think of this form of cancer, you likely relate the disease to genetic factors. While it’s true that certain genes, such as BRCA1 and BRCA2, are linked to an increased risk of breast cancer, there are controllable factors that many people don’t know about.

What if what you ate increased your risk of suffering from breast cancer? Maybe you’ve heard a little bit about the link between coffee and breast cancer. There have also been studies that show a possible link between sugar and breast cancer. The bottom line is that what you eat may play a role in the likelihood of being diagnosed with cancer.

By eating a diet that consists mainly of foods that fight cancer, you may be able to minimize your risk of breast and other forms of cancer. The top breast cancer superfoods to include in your diet are:

  • Leafy green vegetables
  • Fruits
  • Whole grains

A plant-based diet is a common option for a healthier and more wholesome diet. A high-quality diet full of immune boosters improves your body’s ability to fight off infection and the production of harmful hormones in the body.

For more in-depth information, to include the best food for breast cancer and the connection between cancer and stress, check out our e-books and informational media below.


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    (e-Book) Breast Cancer: Is It What You're Eating or What's Eating You?

    This is an empowering, life-changing 84-page booklet based on published scientific research and experience with over 10,000 women. With this booklet, readers will learn the amazing effects of simple dietary and psychological tools that can greatly lower the risk of breast cancer, prevent its recurrence, and improve survival.

    When thinking about breast cancer and its risk factors, most people think of genetics, especially the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes. While cancer is certainly genetic, we tend to ignore the daily choices we make as being risk factors in our overall health, including our ability to fight off disease and infection.

    What we eat not only makes a difference in how we look and feel physically; dietary choices also impact our body’s ability to ward off diseases such as breast cancer. A low-quality diet may increase inflammation and the production of certain hormones that may increase the risk of breast cancer.

    Are you wondering if your diet contains cancer-causing foods? Diets that contain high amounts of processed food, high-fat content, and high animal protein content may increase the risk of breast cancer. The booklet discusses in depth the foods to avoid to ensure your body is healthy inside and out.

    This booklet will allow you to take charge of your diet, helping you to eliminate cancer-causing foods and, instead, replace them with anti-cancer foods. A plant-based diet is one of the most common options for a healthier diet that may prevent breast cancer.