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Top Tips to Decrease Your Breast Cancer Risk – The Epoch Times

Top Tips to Decrease Your Breast Cancer Risk – The Epoch Times
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Breast cancer is probably one of the most feared diagnosis a woman can get. The mere mention of it conjures up images of death, despair, or at best, disfigurement.

According to breastcancer.org, one in eight women will develop invasive breast cancer in her lifetime, and nearly 40,000 women lose their lives to the disease each year.

With such odds stacked against you, what, if anything, can you do to prevent becoming a statistic? In truth, there are many measures you can take—each of which will help decrease your risk.

It’s important to realize that less than 10 percent of all breast cancer cases are thought to be related to genetic risk factors. The remainder—90 percent—appear to be triggered by environmental factors.

I strongly believe that cancer is preventable through appropriate lifestyle changes, such as cleaning up your diet, optimizing your vitamin D levels, exercising, and avoiding toxins from every source you can.

This means taking careful inventory of the household and personal care products you use, and the furnishings and other potentially toxic items you get into contact with on a daily basis. Toxic overexposure undoubtedly play a major role in cancer development, and recent studies are finally starting to shed light on the worst offenders.

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Sanitation | October/November 2014

By Robert W. Powitz, Ph.D., M.P.H., R.S., C.F.S.P.

Chemical-Free Cleaning: Revisited

Two things happened in 2010 that impacted the way we approach sanitation. First, a book entitled Extreme Green Cleaning by Vince Elliott was p…………… continues on Chemical-Free Cleaning: Revisited – Food Safety Magazine

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