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Breast Health

Dear reader March is Women's Health Month. One aspect of women's health is breast health. Nobody wants to think about it.... but better not to put your head in the sand. Our risk increases with age. Please spend a couple of minutes checking out this information below to keep your breasts happy and healthy because of course that will keep the rest of you healthier and happier. Check out the free questionnaire for breast health here. Please do your female friends and family a favor and forward this to them.

Breast Health for Today’s Women. Man-made estrogen that you’re consuming from prescriptions, animal products that you eat, water that you drink, plastics, sunscreens, pesticides, and parabens in cosmetics cause breast cancer cells to grow in the laboratory and in YOU! Maybe just thinking about the issue of breast cancer makes you want to get off this page. But that will do nothing to change your risk. With each decade of your life, your odds of developing this disfiguring disease increase. If you’re educated, drink alcoholic beverages, and have no children or give birth late in life, you’re in the highest percentile for getting breast cancer. Take this free Questionnaire for Breast Health here The good news is that you have the power to change the odds — but only with the right information and appropriate action. Free Tips for Breast Health:

  • Minimize alcohol – more than 2 drinks per week may be too much.

  • Make sure you have 2 bowel movements every day.

  • Minimize the negative effects of stress by making time for relaxation.

  • Spend time with beneficial community.

  • Engage in annual, or more frequent, cleansing programs.

  • Eat 5-10 servings of vegetables daily and take appropriate nutritional supplements.

  • Eliminate synthetic estrogen: prescriptions, plastics, sunscreens, pesticides, and parabens

  • Educate yourself with our Breast Health audio download.

Don’t let yourself become another statistic! If you’re in the moderate or high-risk category based on these results, please consult your doctor or OBGYN to investigate your options. If so, it's not a death sentence … when you take the appropriate actions. There are simple diet, lifestyle and nutritional steps to follow to change those results. Because I have a number of risk factors for breast cancer myself and I live in Marin County, California where women have the highest incidence of breast cancer in the world … I was compelled to do my homework. I thoroughly researched this life threatening topic to reduce my risk and yours. The result is this three part audio file download that covers testing, causes, and prevention of breast cancer. If you would like to learn more I check out the Breast Health Download on my website available to purchase. Do you like to listen to good music and absorb your learning in bite-sized chunks? If so you’ll really enjoy this relaxed and life changing recording. Each segment of Breast Health for Today’s Women lasts approximately 12 minutes. While you learn how to reverse the possibility of becoming a breast cancer statistic your senses will be soothed by jazz greats Wes Montgomery, Larry Coryell, and Oscar Peterson. Luscious Jazz entertains you while Dr. Linda shares proven ways to create exceptional breast health naturally. Learn the safest and most effective ways to test. Find out probable causes so you can avoid them. And discover easy ways to prevent breast disease or its reoccurrence in this 3-part audio instructional lecture series that puts women’s wisdom at the forefront. Blessings on your way! Dr. Linda

FUN FACT. It wasn't until 1965 that all women could legally vote. Even after 1924, Native women and other women of color were prevented from voting by state laws such as poll taxes and literacy tests. It wasn't until 1965, when President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Voting Rights Act into law, that discriminatory tactics such as literacy tests were outlawed, and all women could vote.

Dr. Linda Berry Healing Arts Chiropractic Nutrition Trauma Healing Please note: This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for medical care. Always consult with your healthcare provider for advice before you begin taking new supplements. You are responsible for all of the health choices you make.

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