Breast Cancer Prevention: Top Ten Diet, Nutrition and Lifestyle Recommendations

Uploaded by meschinohealth on 01.11.2011

Breast Cancer Prevention
Dr. James Meschino, DC, MS, ND
Researchers over the years have shown that about 50 percent of all breast cancer cases
are avoidable through better dietary lifestyle behaviors. This evidence has been published
in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. We don’t have all of the details as to the
specific nutrients, but scientific evidence supports that there are certain dietary lifestyle
behaviors that would likely reduce the risks of breast cancer to a significant degree.
This is important, because breast cancer, as you know, is the second leading cause of
death in women in the United States. 1 in 8 women develop breast cancer in their lifetime;
1 in 35 women will die from the disease. In certain countries around the world, breast
cancer incidence is 75 percent lower than it is in the United States and Canada. We
now know this is not the result of genetic mutations, but instead, it’s actually due
to dietary lifestyle factors accounting for this major difference.
I’ve put together a 10-step program that shows the most important dietary and lifestyle
behaviors women should be using to help reduce the risk of breast cancer. You simply cannot
afford to overlook this information and to look at the scientific references I’ve provided.
I strongly suggest that you download it right now.
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