There is a myth in the conventional medical community that says that the natural hormones in a woman’s body cause breast cancer. This couldn’t be further from the truth! If this was the case, every teenager would wind up with a breast cancer diagnosis.
Here IS the truth: For the majority of the individuals facing estrogen-dominant breast cancer, the source of extra estrogen (estrogen dominance) is in the form of aggressive xenoestrogens created by the toxic air we breathe, the electro-pollution we are exposed to, the toxic food we eat, and the unhealthy lifestyle habits we engage in.
Estrogen Dominance & Tamoxifen
There is a way to lower xenoestrogen levels to prevent and heal breast cancer…
The pharmaceutical industry would like you to believe that Tamoxifen and other synthetic hormone-regulating drugs are the answer to estrogen dominance. Let’s take a look at Tamoxifen itself to find out if this is true.
Tamoxifen (sold as Nolvadex and Soltamox, among others), is the most commonly-prescribed “Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulator,” or SERM, on the market. More than half the individuals who are diagnosed with breast cancer take it in some form.
It is also promoted as a breast cancer prevention drug and is often prescribed for conditions like DCIS (considered by many to be a “non-cancer”). According to Breastcancer.org, Tamoxifen can also help with other things, such as “stopping bone loss after menopause” and “lowering cholesterol levels.”
Sounds like a miracle pill, right? Think again!:
- Tamoxifen has been listed as a known carcinogen by the World Health Organization since the 1990s and by the U.S. National Institutes of Health since 2000
- Multiple studies show that taking Tamoxifen significantly increases a woman’s risk of uterine cancer
- According to Swiss studies, Tamoxifen can actually fuel tumor growth and lead to a breast cancer relapse in some cases
- According to a 2015 Swiss study, Tamoxifen use was associated with an 82% increase in clot-related strokes and a 29% increase in general stroke
- Tamoxifen has also been linked to pulmonary embolism, deep-vein thrombosis, other blood clots and bone loss, according to studies published in the respected British medical journal The Lancet, among others
Tamoxifen sold as Nolvadex and other brand names continues to be prescribed to millions of people every year despite these life-threatening side effects. In addition, congressional reports as far back as the 1990s have investigated Nolvadex’s parent company, AstraZeneca (formerly Zeneca), for alleged price gouging.
According to a report published by the Center for Media and Democracy’s SourceWatch, AstraZeneca was one of the co-founders of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. At the same time, its parent company, ICI Pharmaceuticals/Imperial Chemicals Industries, continues to manufacture agricultural pesticides and organophosphates such as DDT, PCBs, and Agent Orange − all of which have been linked to breast cancer!
Tamoxifen Alternatives: 10 Steps to Prevent and Heal Breast Cancer Naturally
Under the right conditions, our bodies will naturally strive to maintain balance within. No matter what stage of life you are in, all naturally-occurring substances in your body work towards that end, including your hormones.
Follow these ten steps to help your body prevent and heal breast cancer naturally:
#1: Get tested! The right tests will give you a full picture of your current breast health status. A Comprehensive Saliva Plus Panel Kit will check your “Estrogen Quotient,” as well as progesterone, testosterone, DHEA, and cortisol levels. An Estrogen Methylation test will measure methylation, which is an indication of how well you break down estrogen.
#2: Add phytoestrogens to your diet. Phytoestrogens are found in lignan plant compounds such as flax, kale, sesame seeds, and some legumes. They can block xenoestrogens from attaching to estrogen receptors in the breast and replace them with gentler forms of estrogen.
#3: Aid your liver through regular detoxing. Regular liver detox helps it do its job of flushing harmful xenoestrogens from the body. Some gentle, do-it-yourself detox modalities include coffee enemas, short-term fasting, infra-red mats, sauna, regular exercise, and drinking plenty of fresh, purified water.
#4: Eat Sulforaphane from Cruciferous Vegetables. Sulforaphane is a plant compound found especially in broccoli sprouts. Sulforaphane has been the subject of hundreds of studies for its effects on cancer as well as dozens of other dis-ease conditions.
#5: Go organic when it comes to beauty and household products. The skin and the respiration system are two ways you absorb toxins. Reduce your overall toxic load by buying all-natural beauty products and household cleaners.
#6: Limit your exposure to electro-pollution. EMF (electro-magnetic frequency) may be invisible, but that does not mean its threat to your health isn’t real. Turn off electronic devices when you sleep, maintain a distance between you and Wi-Fi routers, use the speaker function on your cellphone, and consider using a quality EMF protection device.
#7: Commit to low-stress living. Being in constant flight-or-flight mode can lower immune system function, increase adrenaline and cortisol levels, and actually encourage cancer to grow. Meditating just ten minutes a day will point you in the right direction for stress-reduction.
#8: Get enough quality sleep. Like stress, lack of sleep can literally “turn on” cancer cells. It is connected to cell damage, accelerated aging, depression, and immune system dysfunction. If you suffer from restless sleep or insomnia, this could also be related to hormone imbalance as well.
#9: Supplement with vitamin D and Iodine. The right vitamin D levels may reduce your risk of breast cancer by 83%! In addition, women who are on thyroid medication are more likely to develop breast cancer than those that are not. Low iodine levels are often at the root of the problem. Find out if you are iodine deficient today.
#10: Consider Bio-Identical Hormone Treatment. Allopathic doctors continue to prescribe synthetic hormone replacement drugs, despite its clear connection to breast cancer. Interestingly, when the word got out about this and other side effects in the early 2000s, use of artificial HRT therapy dipped significantly. The incidence of estrogen-fed breast cancer in the U.S. dropped 15% in response. Natural bio-identical hormone treatment does not increase your risk of breast cancer and may even have a protective effect.
You can work with your body’s natural ability to heal breast cancer.
Contrary to what we have been taught to believe, our bodies are not inherently “flawed.” Science is now realizing how environment and lifestyle can greatly influence your genetic code and your health. Through education and simple lifestyle changes, you can flush out xenoestrogens, prevent and heal breast cancer and live a full, vibrant life!
This information is being suppressed from you by the mainstream media and the medical establishment. Please share this information with friends and family. It could save someone’s life!
It is a myth that the natural hormones in a woman’s body cause breast cancer. If it were true, every teenager would wind up with a breast cancer diagnosis.
For most people with estrogen-dominant breast cancer, the source of extra estrogen is xenoestrogens created by toxins that we breathe, eat, and are surrounded by in our environment.
The pharmaceutical industry promotes Tamoxifen (sold as Nolvadex and Soltamox, among others) and other synthetic hormone-regulating drugs as the answer to estrogen dominance. More than half the individuals who are diagnosed with breast cancer take Tamoxifen in some form.
Tamoxifen has been listed as a known carcinogen by the World Health Organization since the 1990s and by the U.S. National Institutes of Health since 2000. In studies it has been shown to increase the risk of uterine cancer, fuel tumor growth, increase the risk of stroke, and contribute to issues with blood clots and bone loss.
There are natural alternatives to Tamoxifen. Follow these 10 steps to help your body prevent and heal breast cancer naturally:
- Get tested! A Comprehensive Saliva Plus Panel Kit will check your “Estrogen Quotient,” as well as progesterone, testosterone, DHEA, and cortisol levels. An Estrogen Methylation test will measure methylation, which is an indication of how well you break down estrogen.
- Add phytoestrogens to your diet
- Aid your liver through regular detoxing
- Eat Sulforaphane from cruciferous vegetables
- Go organic when it comes to beauty and household products
- Limit your exposure to electro-pollution
- Commit to low-stress living
- Get enough quality sleep
- Supplement with vitamin D and Iodine
- Consider Bio-Identical Hormone Treatment.