Healthy Breast Blog

breastcancer_wine
I am French and I must admit that I do enjoy a good quality glass of wine or bubbly on occasion. But with all the chemicals found in commercial wines, it is difficult to find a clean wine that is not harmful to your health,  contains low sulfites, no additives
breastcancer_CReactiveProtein
There is a protein produced by the body that correlates directly with cancer risk. It is called C-Reactive Protein, or CRP, and there is also a simple blood test you can take to determine if your levels are elevated.  Periodic testing for CRP is extremely important on the Healthy Breast
breastcancer_trauma
The relationship between trauma and cancer can go both ways. Trauma can be a long-time foundational stressor which kicks in the cancer process. Other times, a cancer diagnosis can create its own trauma. A well-established psychological tool called EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing) Therapy has been shown by several
breastcancer_adrenaline
One of the major changes that occurs when a person suffers from chronic stress is too much adrenaline and cortisol in the system. Now research has discovered a direct link between adrenaline and Breast Cancer. Adrenaline and the Fight or Flight Response Adrenaline, also known as epinephrine, is a hormone