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$195 Service, Vits D3 & K2, Mammograms Aren’t Enough
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Causes up to 95% of All Cancers

 

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By Tirza at Better Breast Health – for Life!™

 
Do you know that as little as 5% of all cancers have a link to genetics? So why do so many people think that if they have a familial history they are doomed? I believe it’s all the hype from mass media and events like “Race for the Cure.” Focusing on familial history, where only about 2% of women have inherited a BRCA gene mutation, and a cure outside of ourselves distracts us from the truth: up to 95% of all cancers are caused by somatics, not genetics. Get the details in the enclosed articles and please share them with those you care about. Let’s replace fear with knowledge.

This month’s newsletter includes Somatics, Not Genetics, Cause up to 95% of Cancers, which explores the genesis of cancer and how to intervene to support prevention. Vitamin D3 Inhibits Cancer explains that when it comes to breast cancer, there may be no vitamin more important than vitamin D3. Vitamin K: Fight Plaque, Build Bone explains that vitamin D3 cannot work without vitamin K2. Why Mammograms Aren't Enough explores the limitations of mammography and the need for additional tests. Based on your feedback, I also updated Water: How Much to Drink and What Quality, How to Wash Produce to Reduce Microbes, and Our Daily Bread.

On the business front, the launch of our $195 breast service is a success. Reviews and consults for repeat clients are now only recommended every 5+ years, or if a risk factor or Thermobiological Risk rating is increasing and the client needs help with intervention. Also, I am pleased to inform you that the Administrative Assistant position has been filled by Rosalie Hein Vermeire. Rosalie is a client who reduced her Thermobiological Risk ratings from R1, L3 to R1, L1 in two years. She brings managerial experience and a passion for health education. Please join me in welcoming her!

Next month – I’ll be writing an article on an insurance group that promotes thermography.

Until Next Month, All the Best. Enjoy the below articles.

Tirza
 

Know the Risks:

Somatics, Not Genetics,
Cause up to 95% of Cancers


Many men and women are afraid that they are doomed to cancer if their family members have been diagnosed. Women are taught that if their mothers or aunts had breast cancer, they are more likely to be diagnosed as well. But much of this fear is unjustified and based on myth, not fact. Up to 95% of all cancers are caused by somatics, not genetics. It's less about the genes we are born with, and more about how we live.
 
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Measure, Monitor & Adjust:

Why Mammograms Aren’t Enough


As we approach October and Breast Cancer Awareness month, a stark reality is hitting me: The incidence of breast cancer  in the US has increased from 1 in 20 in 1960 to 1 in 7 today, and I expect that as long as our country focuses on the concept that "early detection saves lives" rather than prevention education, more  women will be diagnosed with the disease each year.

Hence my passion for educating, authoring the book Better Breast Health - For Life! and populating the library at Preventive Support with resources and tools that support prevention.
 
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Vitamin K: Fight Plaque, Build Bone


Vitamin K refers to the group of fat soluble vitamins, essential for blood coagulation and for binding calcium to the bone. Without adequate vitamin K, vitamin D cannot improve bone density, our blood does not coagulate (leading to uncontrolled bleeding) and our arteries and other soft tissues become calcified. Egads. Let’s take a serious look at this under-estimated powerhouse of a vitamin.
 
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Vitamin D3 Inhibits Cancer


The bad news: Many women diagnosed with breast cancer have been found to be deficient in vitamin D. Could their diagnosis have been prevented? The good news: optimizing blood levels of Vitamin D may significantly reduce the risk of more than a dozen types of cancer, including breast, pancreatic, colorectal, ovarian, and prostate. When it comes to breast cancer prevention, vitamin D may be the most important vitamin of them all.
 
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