Healthy Breast Blog

breastcancer_EMF
I haven’t done an update on EMFs since 2017. Since things change SO MUCH when it comes to technology, I thought it was time we got caught up on EMFs with a two-part series. The “bad” news is that there are more studies than ever which link 4G and 5G
breastcancer_diet
Most people associate inflammation with what the body does when it heals a wound. It is a normal, and healthy, response to tissue damage and toxins. Chronic inflammation, on the other hand, is a precursor to almost every disease, including breast cancer. How can you tell if YOUR diet is
breastcacer_hormones
Did you know that lack of sleep can affect your genes? According to a study conducted by Surrey University in England in 2013, just a week of burning the candle at both ends can alter hundreds of otherwise normal DNA expressions in your body and also speed up the growth
calcium_breastcancer
In my last blog about calcium, I talked about the cancer-protecting P53 gene and how the right kind of Calcium can prevent it from mutating into a cancer-promoting gene. I also discussed other ways in which calcium helps to can maintain alkaline pH levels and shared a little about a