Monday, October 24, 2016

Top 10 Breast Cancer Fighting Foods

Mutated cells develop in the body on a regular basis.  If this growth continues unchecked, cancer will develop.  A healthy body often kills these cells off before they become anything serious.

Having the right nutrients and phytochemicals (from vegetables, fruits, seeds, nuts, legumes and grains) in the body can ensure that the body defends against these mutated cells and prevent a cancer from growing and spreading.  These same nutrients can prevent cancer recurrence.

This is not a far-fetched claim.  There is indisputable proof that in populations with higher intake of certain types of foods and nutrients, there is less cancer (and other diseases too).  There is also some pretty strong science showing how actual foods prevent the growth and spread of cancer in general, and more specifically breast cancer.

Here is my top 10 list of foods that fight breast cancer.  
If you want more details and facts about a few more cancer fighting foods, check out the free, live online seminar happening Tuesday, 10/25/16 at 11:00 AM Pacific Time (no sales, just useful info).

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1.    Flaxseeds



2.    Broccoli Sprouts



3.    Cruciferous Vegetables (bok choy, broccoli, kale, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, etc.)



4.    Mushrooms



5.    Soybeans



6.    Garlic & the Allium Family



7.    Green Tea



8.    Grapes



9.    Apples



10. Berries

BONUS:  Citrus!

Soy is a controversial one...I will talk more about the reason it's controversial, and why I recommend eating it in some forms and not others.  
ALSO - did you know that there maybe a virus that causes breast cancer? Bovine Leukemia Virus is found in 100% of farms with over 500 cows.  The virus causes cancer in bovines, and there is preliminary evidence connecting it to human breast cancer too.  It is most likely transmitted via unpasteurized milk and undercooked beef.  Of course, I recommend following a whole foods plant based diet, which eliminates these foods.  If you do continue to consume dairy and beef, please take precautions and cook your meat thoroughly!

Feel free to contact me with questions anytime.  And, comment below if you have anything to add!

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