Dr. Susan Wadia-Ells tackles breast cancer prevention in new book: Busting Breast Cancer
Breast cancer has been on the rise.
“Will I be the 1 in 8 women who develops breast cancer at some point in my life?”
It’s undoubtedly a scary question, but with more and more women falling victim to this disease, one must remain proactive.
There are steps women can take to reduce the risk of them developing breast cancer in the future.
After losing a close friend to breast cancer at the age of 57, Dr. Susan Wadia-Ells spent the following 12 years researching breast cancer. Her years of research and studies have been collected in her book Busting Breast Cancer.
Her goals were to understand why breast cancer has seen a rise and why so many women continue to develop breast cancer. She also wanted to learn what breast cancer organizations were doing to prevent it.
Understanding the breast cancer industry
Early in her research, it became clear that significant breast cancer organizations had their best interest in mind, not women. While taxpayer’s money goes towards funding research and studies, the breast cancer industry grows as more women get sick.
As things stand now, preventing breast cancer is not the responsibility of the industry. Key industry players invest money in creating medicine, which is then sold to those who develop breast cancer.
There is no prevention here, only expensive half-solutions.
With this knowledge, Dr. Susan Wadia-Ells has taken it upon herself to educate and inform young women today. They can take control of their lives before breast cancer can even begin to develop.
Women lack a proper understanding of what breast cancer is. Research and studies have concluded breast cancer as being mostly a metabolic disease. While made to help detect and fight against breast cancer, mammograms and medication are not designed to prevent it.
Busting Breast Cancer is an easy to read, informative book on understanding and preventing breast cancer. Dr. Susan Wadia-Ells’ years of research will uncover myths and answer many of your questions about breast cancer.
Why is there an increase in breast cancer among women today?
Many factors have led to an increase in breast cancer cases. Such factors include breast cancer in the family, poor eating and lifestyle habits, and the use of birth control.
Increased estrogen exposure at all stages of life has also been shown to affect breast cancer development.
What does this mean?
Emerging evidence shows that cancer cells are a result of mutations caused by damage to the mitochondria. These mutations are caused by the secondary effects of destabilized cellular energy metabolism. Damaged mitochondria produce reactive oxygen species (ROS), responsible for many of the mutations seen in different cancer forms.
The answer to combating breast cancer, then?
Education, research, and proper diet.
What is Busting Breast Cancer?
Busting Breast Cancer is 12 years of research and studies compiled by Dr. Susan Wadia-Ells. It covers five key preventative steps women can take to fight off cancer.
This book empowers women with the knowledge and information needed to make educated decisions about their own lives. The data and information presented in this book are scientifically-backed. This information is not generally shared or accepted by the breast cancer industry that continues to profit from dying women.
Below is a summary of the 5 simple steps you can take to combat breast cancer.
The 5 steps to combat breast cancer are as follows:
Practice a healthier lifestyle
Being overweight and not eating healthy can increase your chance of developing breast cancer. Fat stored in the body generates aromatase, which can turn into a toxic form of estrogen.
This estrogen then enters the breasts, attacking the mitochondria, which lead to ROS. Cutting sugar and limiting excess fats is a great way to reduce your risk of breast cancer. The ketogenic diet has proven to be effective in limiting harmful fats in the body.
Keep Vitamin D3 blood levels above 60º
Increasing Vitamin D3 blood levels above 60 nanograms per milliliter has been shown to decrease yearly breast cancer diagnoses by almost 80 percent. Vitamin D comes from the sun and is where most people naturally get Vitamin D.
Vitamin D3 helps to improve muscle strength and bolster our immune systems. It promotes healthy levels of calcium and phosphate levels in our blood. The average amount of D3 levels is 30 ng/ml, but studies have shown doubling that amount up to 60 can block cancer cells from developing in the first place.
Checking blood levels can be done by asking your doctor for a blood test, recommended twice a year.
Avoid using birth control.
Hormone-free options are recommended over birth control drugs due to the correlation between breast cancer development and birth control.
Progestin, found in birth control drugs, can transform healthy cells into cancerous cells. This drug also attacks the mitochondria of the cell, increasing the risk of cancer even more. Progestin is also found in hormone replacement drugs (HRT), which put older, at-risk women at an even greater risk of getting this disease.
Hormone-free IUDs have been shown to reduce the risk of breast cancer. It allows your body’s natural defenses to fight back against attacks on your mitochondria. They also decrease the risk of blood clots, high blood pressure, and other side-effects related to birth control.
Mammograms are shown to cause more harm than good.
Mammograms may be doing more harm than good. They can often lead to overdiagnosis and overtreatment. The cause of this? Stage 0 breast cancer.
Stage 0 breast cancer refers to DCIS or ductal carcinoma in situ. This means that there is no cancer at the time of detection and not that the patient has developed stage 0 breast cancer.
It is better for you to self-examine and make lifestyle changes than being over-diagnosed. The expensive treatment you receive only goes to enrich the breast cancer industry.
Cleanse the body and the mind.
Aging is normal, and with it comes cellular congestion and inflammation. Instead of prescribing medication and trying to fix the problem in the short term, detoxing the body is much safer than taking medication.
There are many things one can do to help detox the body. Probiotics and prebiotics are great for stimulating your digestion, helping your body convert food into nutrients more efficiently. This helps to energize your cells.
Meditating is another excellent practice, as it has been shown to lower the number of acidic cortisol hormones produced by the body’s adrenal glands. These hormones are known to harm the mitochondria of cells, which leads to elevated risks of breast cancer.
There are many more ways to detox the body that Dr. Susan Wadia-Ells goes into great detail to explain with research and quoted studies.
It’s time you took control of your life back and started making healthier lifestyle decisions moving forward.
Dr. Susan Wadia-Ells created Busting Breast Cancer to inform better and teach young women and those already diagnosed with cancer that there is hope. These five simple-to-follow steps will give you new insight into the world of breast cancer.
While your doctor may have your best interest in mind, they aren’t specialists in all fields of medicine. Don’t be afraid to ask questions and seek alternative opinions from others in the area.
Remember, the breast cancer industry has their interest in mind, not yours. Be proactive, do your research, and lead a healthy life!
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