July 2012 

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In This Issue
BioMat
Flax Seed Tummy Tuck
UBCF Grant
Quick Links

Radio Program 

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Don't forget that Linda Bamber hosts "THINK BEYOND PINK" a thought provoking and insightful program on health. This is huge for potential franchise owners as Linda will be promoting the BRAS Franchise concept on each and every program. You can have all your clients tune in as their schedule allows. They will get valuable information on health and prevention.

 

For previously recorded web-talk interviews log on to:  http://www.WebTalkRadio.net.

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BioMat

*Improves sleep patterns
*Reduces inflammation
*Eases joint pain and stiffness
*Provides warm, soothing pain relief
*Eliminates toxins in the body
*Increases blood circulation
*Alleviates migraines and tension headaches
*Reduces allergy symptom
* Burns calories and controls weight

1 Session - $30.00
4 Sessions - $100.00

Available for home use!
Contact your nearest BRAS location for more information!

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Breast Research Awareness and Support News   

 
                      Flax Seed Tummy Tuck  

I have really gotten a lot of feedback on the flax recipes I provided in my last newsletter. Several of you mentioned a loss of tummy fat....which would be related to flax's ability to reduce estrogen overload that builds up around our stomach. I actually increased my flax intake to about 6 tablespoons of flax daily. I had several days of unusual sensations in my breasts and reduced tummy fat....no double blind study, but I feel estrogen modulation was occurring here also. If you have any changes in your health I would appreciate a testimony to linda@breastresearchawareness.com. We all need small ideas to keep estrogen at bay in our toxic world.


Here's another recipe I love. Pancake

Flax Seed Puff-Pancakes
1-2 tablespoons butter 
2 eggs
1/3 cup almond, coconut or organic milk
cup freshly ground flaxseed
teaspoon almond extract
teaspoon grated lemon zest (optional)

Preheat oven to 450 degrees.
Grind flax in blender. ( A small Rocket type blender works well). Measure cup. Add remaining ingredients and blend well in blender or by hand.

Melt butter in a 4" baking dish in oven. Immediately pour into hot dish and bake approximately 12 minutes, or until puffed and golden. Serve with fresh fruits, apple butter, chopped nuts or a drizzle of honey.
 
   Grant for Thermography Screening in Kansas

At a recent workshop, I was asked why the Susan G. Komen foundation didn't promote thermograms. If you would like to study more on the subject you will see the money trail from mammogram interests. On the other hand, the United Breast Cancer Foundation does help women with breast health by providing thermograms or mammograms and many other services to women in need. They definitely provide services that I have not seen from other foundations. Please give them your support at www.ubcf.org.

I am pleased to announce a grant funded by the United Breast Cancer Foundation to help uninsured or under-insured women pay for a basic breast health screening in the Overland Park, KS area. Please click here for the correct forms that must be completely filled out and returned to me. I will then send these on to the UBCF for verification. Upon verification you will be notified and we can set up a screening in my Overland Park office. This is on a first come first serve basis, so please get your forms to me. Funding is limited.

At this time, funding is for the Kansas City area. There may be more funding available, so a friendly thank you to UBCF and requests for funding in your area might be a great incentive to help many in your community.
 
                       BRAS Calendar Spotlight
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I was always concerned about BioMat
mammograms  due to the evasive
procedures not to mention the radiation exposure. I found out about thermography through a friend and did my research. I recommend BRAS to anyone who has concerns about breast health and prevention. I was very impressed with their knowledge about breast health and the research that is shared with clients.   

-Alma

 
Kansas City Area: 
 
Reminder: July's scheduled Diva Night has been cancelled. Please look for a new date coming soon. Thanks! 
 
Linda Bamber, Clinical Thermographer
Breast Research Awareness and Support

The information provided is designed for educational purposes only and is not provided as a professional service or as medical advice. It is not a substitute for professional medical care and if you have, or suspect you may have, a health problem, you should consult your health care provider.