July 6, 2013

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Breast cancer was always around in my house growing-up. My grandmother died of the disease before I was born and more than one of my aunts had suspicious lumps removed. I was always very aware that I needed to do monthly breast exams and go for mammograms when my doctor deemed it necessary. However, that was all before the Internet was available and information about breast cancer that I received was by word of mouth. Now there are so many breast cancer articles and pieces of breast cancer news that it can be a little overwhelming to sort through in order to find relevant information. Since I also lost my mother to cancer (neurological) I do everything in my power to stay informed and read as many pages dealing with cancer as I can. Lifescript.com is one website that provides information and facts about breast cancer.  

Lifescript’s Breast Cancer Health Center features tips, quizzes, recipes and articles – all by professional health writers, experts and physicians – covering new breast cancer breakthroughs, best antioxidant foods, interviews with famous women who have struggled with breast cancer and more. They have a vast number of breast cancer articles to chose from and even though I thought I knew a lot about the topic I found a wealth of information that I was unaware of. I was surprised to read that gluten and other food that increase inflammatory chemicals should be avoided in order to decrease your cancer risk. Since I can't eat gluten anyway I am glad that I am also decreasing my cancer risk. They also have a list of other foods to avoid and recipes that utilize foods that naturally build your body's defenses. 

Find Out Which Foods to Eat to Prevent Breast Caner on Lifescript.com

Staying informed is important. Visit www.lifescript.com for useful information on Breast Cancer and other prevalent medical conditions related to women’s health. They have a wealth of information to be explored and I think it's important to know as much as you can about your health and body. 

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chemicals include processed meats (like hot dogs), red meat and eggs, which are high in arachidonic acid, dairy protein (casein) and wheat protein (gluten). Recently, a study in the Annals of Internal - See more at: http://www.lifescript.com/health/centers/breast_cancer/tips/natural_ways_to_reduce_cancer_risk.aspx#sthash.agJU1Ea1.dpuf
chemicals include processed meats (like hot dogs), red meat and eggs, which are high in arachidonic acid, dairy protein (casein) and wheat protein (gluten). Recently, a study in the Annals of Internal - See more at: http://www.lifescript.com/health/centers/breast_cancer/tips/natural_ways_to_reduce_cancer_risk.aspx#sthash.agJU1Ea1.dpuf
chemicals include processed meats (like hot dogs), red meat and eggs, which are high in arachidonic acid, dairy protein (casein) and wheat protein (gluten). Recently, a study in the Annals of Internal - See more at: http://www.lifescript.com/health/centers/breast_cancer/tips/natural_ways_to_reduce_cancer_risk.aspx#sthash.agJU1Ea1.dpu
Lifescript’s Breast Cancer Health Center features tips, quizzes, recipes and articles – all by professional health writers, experts and physicians – covering new breast cancer breakthroughs, best antioxidant foods, interviews with famous women who have struggled with breast cancer and more. Please visit the Lifescript Health Center on Breast Cancer for more information.
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14 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing this Ann, I do think it's so important to stay informed on these issues - we have a close family member who is being treated for breast cancer at the moment, and there is a lot of information out there, not like there used to be. Thanks for sharing this site as I hadn't heard of it before. x

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    1. I agree that being informed is very important!

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  2. It's so important to stay informed.

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  3. Thank you for sharing this....my mom recently had breast cancer but luckily is in remission now. It's so important to practice prevention and be informed.

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    1. I'm glad that it's in remission. It really is important to be informed!

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  4. It is amazing some of the things I've learned lately about what types of food and environmental things can affect our cellular make-up. This stuff is true! Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Food and the environment definitely do have an affect on our bodies!

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  5. Thank you for sharing. I wasn't aware of all that was mentioned and although I'm not in the high risk category it is good information to know.

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    1. I agree that no matter the risk factors you have it is important to stay informed.

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  6. There is a lot of great information via those links. Though breast cancer does not "run in my family" I am keenly aware that exams are very important. Thanks so much for sharing from your heart :0)!

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    1. It's good to stay informed even if you don't have a direct family member that had cancer. Good for you for staying informed!

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  7. Thanks for posting this. Always good to be informed. Both men and woman need to know about cancer awareness.

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    1. I agree that it is very important for both men and women to be informed!

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