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13 Vital Practical Principles to Reduce the Risk of Breast Cancer

Extract from an article by Nature's Wellness Box Inc.

Doing a regular breast self examination is by far the most important task to help decrease the severity of breast cancer if it does develop. Top cancer institutions recommend that all women 18 and older do a breast self examination once a month every month. Many also understand, and believe that breast cancer that is detected early by a breast self examination, mammogram, or breast examination by the doctor can be the key to survival. These three: the breast self examination, mammograms and breast examinations by the doctor are the number one weapons in increasing your chance of survival and reducing the amount of treatment you need, along with the severity of surgery if any.

These are the 13 vital and practical key principles and guidelines that can be used to help reduce your risk of breast cancer. These principles can also be used if you have cancer, by using them along with your doctors treatment and watchful supervision.

  • Cleanse the body of toxins on the inside

  • Eliminate foreign organisms in the body who zap energy and weaken the immune system

  • Give your body the nutrients it needs to rebuild itself

  • Take the vitamins and minerals that can be used to help with fighting and preventing cancer

  • Spend as much time in the fresh air as possible

  • Stay away from chemical smells as much as possible

  • Stop putting chemicals in and on your body

  • Exercise is a very vital part to the agenda of having good health

  • Work on strengthening your immune system not weakening it

  • You need to drink plenty of water

  • Do a breast self exam on a regular basis

  • Ask your pharmacist about reaction between: foods, herbs, supplements and your medicines

  • Eat high cancer fighting foods

More information can be found at www.natureswellnessbox.com

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