October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we want to remind you that you can take steps right now to lower your risk of this dreaded diagnosis.
1 in 8 American women will be diagnosed with breast cancer and according to the CDC, other than a few types of skin cancers, breast cancer is the #1 cancer among all women and it is the #1 cause of death from cancer among Hispanic women.
Close to 250,000 Americans are diagnosed with breast cancer every year, and over 40,000 die of it.
Why is it that China and other Asian countries rarely see breast cancer?
It is because Asian cultures are geared toward living a healthier lifestyle – they rarely eat red meat and dairy, and their diets are primarily vegetarian. They walk everywhere and include additional exercise into their daily routine. Their stress levels are significantly lower than Americans, who have some of highest stress and anxiety levels in the world.
You can probably imagine what I suggest you do in order to lower your risk of breast cancer. First, you need to stop eating meat and dairy products. Second, you need to exercise – every single day! And take our Balanced Woman Formula.
When I was in China, I asked the professor at the Institute where I was studying why I had never heard any of the Asian woman discuss hot flashes, breast cancer, mood swings or PMS?
The Chinese women ate primarily vegetarian, drank pure soy milk – no dairy – and a special herbal tea called “Eternal Flame”.
As you can imagine, I seized the formula and ingredients for the tea, and brought them with me to America. Overnight, Balanced Woman was one of our top selling formulas and still is – because it works!
Absolutely NO pharmaceuticals are involved! No drug could possibly accomplish what Balanced Woman can. The ingredients in this formula are so powerful that China has one of the lowest rates of breast cancer in the entire world!
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Source: U.S. Cancer Statistics Working Group. United States Cancer Statistics: 1999–2011 Incidence and Mortality Web-based Report. Atlanta (GA): Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and National Cancer Institute; 2014.
Breast Cancer, Contagious Health, Hormone Balance, Women's Health