Reduce Your Breast Cancer Risk With Fiber
World's #1 Publisher of Information About Alternative Cancer Treatmentshttp://bit.ly/ZVR6Qw
Breast cancer affects one out of every eight women at some point in her lifetime. This equates to more than 230,000 new cases diagnosed every year.
One of the biggest risks for breast cancer is simply being a woman, thanks in large part to estrogen. Too much estrogen—known as estrogen dominance—has been linked to the promotion of breast cancer cell growth. Fortunately, something as simple as fiber can help you to eliminate excess estrogen from your body.
In fact, a study from Tufts University Medical School found that vegetarian women excrete two to three times more estrogen in their bowel movements than do other women who eat a diet lower in fiber and higher in fat.
Fortunately, you don’t have to pass on the poultry to enjoy the benefits of fiber. Instead, you can work to increase your intake of both soluble and insoluble options. Soluble fibers (dissolvable in water) are found in fruits, vegetables, nuts, and beans. Insoluble fibers (not dissolvable in water) are found in oatmeal, oat bran, sesame seeds, and dried beans.
To ensure that you are getting adequate amounts of both kinds of fiber (and therefore ensuring the effective elimination of excess estrogen), be sure to eat whole-grain cereals and flours; brown rice; all kinds of bran; fruits such as apricots, prunes, and apples; nuts and seeds; beans, lentils, and peas; and a wide variety of vegetables. Several of these foods should be included in every meal.
God Bless Everyone & God Bless The United States of America.
42 S. Sherwood Dr.
Belton, Tx. 76513