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A few products recommended to prevent breast cancer
By Immuno Quest Laboratories
Oct 29, 2008 - 1:31:53 PM

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Editor's note: At the end of October - the Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we recommend some natural remedies for prevention of breast cancer.

WAYS TO PREVENT BREAST CANCER
 
Scientists are constantly searching  for ways to battle breast cancer. Among the best ways is prevention and this can be done by:
 
1-   Eating Broccoli and other Brasica family vegetables seems to cut risk of breast cancer by 40%.  Broccoli, especially broccoli sprouts, is very rich in Sulforaphane. Sulforaphane helps destrpy cancer-causing chemicals in the body and also stimulates the body to make large amounts of  glutathione which  is the body's own free radical fighter.

NOTE:
Eat more than 2 cups of broccoli a day.

Broccoli sprouts have 20 - 50 times more sulforaphane than mature broccoli.

Taking 2 capsules of Super/Veggies Broccoli, encapsulated organic sprouts is equal to eating over 2 pounds of broccoli a week!



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2 - Eating legumes such as soy, navy, kidney, pinto, mung and others may decrease risk of breast cancer by 30%. These foods are loaded with fiber that binds toxic substances in the intestine and prevents them from going into the body. Also, they are very rich in cancer fighting anti-oxidants that help destroy free radicals that damage cells. Super/Veggies  Soy Sprouts also contain  Isoflavenoids that seem to block the tumor promoting estrogens found in all women.

3 -   Flax and Flax Sprouts are the richest of all plant sources of lignans and Omega-3 fatty acids . Llignans are compounds that seem to block the tumor promoting properties of estrogen in some breast tumors.

NOTE: Among many other benefits, the Omega-3s are essentails nutrients that are very important in 'taming'  the hyper-immune reaction which leads to allergies, and autoimmune reactions such as lupus, diabetes, MS, ALS and others
 
4 - Exercise  seems to decrease the chance of breast cancer by some 50%. One does not need vigorous exercise -  just a 20-30  minute fast work a day. The anti-cancer effect of exercise may be due to exercise reducing estrogen concentration and may stimulate the immune system to fight cancer.
 
 





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