Busting Breast Cancer..with four simple steps to keep breast cancer out of your body: Our personal revolution
FINALLY! individual women can stop 80 percent of breast cancer diagnoses before they happen. HOW?
Busting Breast Cancer describes:
Why and how obesity in women of all ages is causing so much breast cancer
Why and how birth control drugs, some infertility workups and some menopausal drugs cause breast cancer
Why and how sufficient vitamin D3 in your blood can help protect you from developing a breast cancer diagnosis
The best ways to keep your mind-body clear of cancer-causing inflammation
Mainstream oncologists cannot yet answer these questions. And so each day, another 600 women throughout the United States are diagnosed with breast cancer.
The new metabolic theory of cancer finally shows us exactly how breast cancer begins in a woman’s body. This same research teaches us many ways that each woman can stop breast cancer before it starts. Busting Breast Cancer’s four simple steps are nourishing, inexpensive, and effective.
Busting Breast Cancer is the first book on breast cancer prevention, based on the metabolic theory of cancer. We now understand that breast cancer does not “spontaneously”begin in your breast cells; instead, breast cancer begins when you suffocate your breast cells, from many of your daily lifestyle habits.
Once you read Busting Breast Cancer, you will finally understand why some woman develop breast cancer, while others don’t.
Once you read Busting Breast Cancer, your life will never be the same.
“I applaud Dr. Wadia-Ells in boldly tackling the underlying causes of the breast cancer epidemic, and in providing practical solutions to reduce the epidemic. All women, and anyone interested in preventing cancer, will benefit from reading this book.”
Dr. Thomas Seyfried, author of Cancer As a Metabolic Disease: On the Origin, Management and Prevention of Cancer, Wiley, 2012
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