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Breast Research Awareness and Support News   



Best Foods for Breast Health


*Kelp - kelp noodles and seafoods help stimulate the thyroid and protect breasts
*Asparagus - powerful detoxifier, provides selenium and fiber 
*Garlic - allicin may inhibit synthesis of N-nitrosamines, a carcinogen 
*Edible mushrooms - produce interferon, enhances white blood cell 
*Walnuts - cup supplies 100% of omega 3's 
*Brazil Nuts - 3-4 nuts supplies daily intake of selenium, a mineral deficiency connected with higher cancer rates 
*Cruciferous vegetables - a breast cancer safeguard 
*Flax oil and seeds - 2 T. ground flax seed daily  protects against tumor growth 
*Green tea -  contains various antioxidant chemicals called polyphenols that protect 
*Pomegranates -  help prevent angiogenesis, which is the formation of new blood vessels that cancers need to be able to spread 
*Apples and apple cider - apple skin contains a cancer-fighting phytochemical, a flavonoid called quercetin 
*All fermented foods - help support the gut, providing immune system support 
*Rich broths and soups from beef, chicken or fish bones - rich nutrients for immune system support

Suggested Diets:   
GAPS    |     Anti-Estrogenic Diet    |    Budwig diet

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.