Foods to Prevent Breast Cancer

Foods to Prevent Breast Cancer

Foods and dietary supplements contain powerful disease‐fighting substances. In fact, many prescription drugs are derived from natural sources. Hippocrates, an ancient Greek physician considered one of the most outstanding doctors in history said, "Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” Integrating food and dietary supplements into your drug, surgery, and overall healthcare plan is the best way to stay healthy and reduce risk of cancer. No credible doctor disputes this fact any longer. I’ve composed my top ten list of foods and supplements based on three criteria. For an item to make my list, it must be readily accessible to everyone (i.e., available at any grocery store or online store). It must also be affordable. And, finally, the item must have compelling scientific research that it supports healthy breast tissues and reduces risk of breast cancer.

Most of the foods or supplements on my list are powerful antioxidants that help protect your DNA gene blueprints from free radical damage. Free radicals are like bulls in a china shop. They charge around breaking everything in their path, in this case, damaging your DNA and proteins. Damaged blueprints can lead to cancer by destroying a protective mechanism, or activating a cancer-causing one. In general, it is best to consume antioxidants through food, but in some cases, it is more effective to use supplements. We can make specific food and lifestyle choices to lower the risk of getting breast cancer, risk of recurrence, and risk of dying from breast cancer. There is hope to change the future.

Aaron Tabor, MD is an anti-aging, weight loss, and nutritional cosmetic expert. Click here to learn about his new Beauty Shakes for younger-looking skin, hair, and nails on http://www.QVC.com. You can also download a free copy of Dr. Tabor's book "Fight Now" to learn more about decreasing the risk of breast cancer and increasing your hope and faith.

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