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Recent study reveals: Antibiotics could cause breast cancer!

by , 03 March 2015

Our integrative doctor, Dr Craige Golding, revealed an astonishing new study that found a strong link between antibiotic use and breast cancer.

Given that breast cancer is one of the most common types of cancer, and doctors have long prescribed and over-prescribed antibiotics for numerous conditions - from the flu to serious infections - it may shock you to learn that scientists first suggested there might be an antibiotic/breast cancer link more than 25 years ago!

You can't help but wonder: If women had been using natural forms of antibiotics all these years, would breast cancer stats have been lower?

Seems like antibiotics are doing more harm than good.

Here's what the research has to say...

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We’ve been drinking antibiotics like vitamins for decades! Without question…

The study from Finland originally found an association between antibiotic use and best cancer.

Intending to further explore the possible link, researchers from the University of Washington examined data collected on more than 10,000 woman enrolled in a large health plan in Washington State.

Two groups were studied. One group consisted of 2,266 cases of women diagnosed with invasive breast cancer. Almost 8,000 subjects made up the second group of randomly selected women with no breast cancer. Researchers used the health plan database to determine the number of days that each of them used antibiotics over an average period of 17 years.

The risk of breast cancer was double among women who received 25 or more prescriptions for antibiotics of any variety, when compared to woman who took no antibiotics at all.

In the conclusions, the Washington researchers observed that it wasn’t the infections but the antibiotics you take to protect yourself that compromise your immune system and set off inflammation, paving the way for cancer.

So, what’s the natural alternative to antibiotics?

Dr Golding’s suggestions to alternatives for antibiotic protocols are:
  • Vitamin C: In a published report by Robert Cathcart, M.D. He included over 30 references of patients that used very high doses of oral vitamin C for bacterial infections.
  • Grapefruit See Extract: Citricidal, a natural antibiotic made from an extract of grapefruit seed, keeps you bacteria free for extended periods of time. Bio/chem research in California has done extensive research on the antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal and anti-parasitic properties of this seed extract.
  • Olive Leaf Extract: OLE is such a powerful natural antibacterial. But it can also kill the good bacteria that we need in our gastrointestinal tracts so it’s recommended to add a probiotic to the mix during use of OLE and after. OLE is a flavonoid and antioxidant tested as an antimicrobial agent.
  • Colloidal Silver: Research found that bacteria have an enzyme system that is disrupted by the presence of silver ions, causing the organism to die. One table spoon of colloidal silver at the first signs of any infection, then one – two teaspoons three to four times a day until the infection is gone.

It’s clearly time for doctors everywhere to rethink antibiotic usage…

Bottom line: Always question your doctor when he wants to prescribe you an antibiotic and rather opt for a natural solution to keep you healthy and cancer free.

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