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Your new born baby could save you from breast cancer!

by , 03 November 2014

Your new baby isn't just a happy addition to your family - it can save your life!

Research shows women who never have children or only have their first child after 35 have an astonishing 45% higher risk of getting breast cancer.

This is because of what pregnancy and breast feeding do to the oestrogen levels in your body.

Oestrogen increases your breast cancer risk, but because your body doesn't need as much when you have a baby, your breast cancer risk is naturally lowered.

Read on to find out more…

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This hormone triggers breast cancer
 
Normally, oestrogen is extremely helpful. Besides its role in the reproductive cycle, it keeps blood vessels elastic, increases good cholesterol and strengthens bones by absorbing calcium from the blood.
 
But too much can wreak havoc among cells by speeding up their growth and multiplication.
 
There are many different types of oestrogen. The body's natural type is 'strong' oestrogen and can be balanced out by 'weak' oestrogens from plant foods you eat. They circulate in your blood stream.
 
Then there are the 'good' and 'bad' types that form when your body prepares to remove oestrogen from the system. They’re basically waste products.
 
There are also chemical oestrogens that come from the environment. Things like pesticides contain them, and they mimic real oestrogens in your body.
 
As you can see, all these sources mean your oestrogen levels in your body stay elevated.
 
And all of these oestrogens bind to cell receptors, fitting them like keys in a lock.
 
Your breast cells have millions of oestrogen receptors, which soak up oestrogen from the blood.
 
It’s when too many strong, bad or chemical oestrogens reach these receptors that your potential for breast cancer rises.
 
Hundreds of studies have now definitively linked excess oestrogen levels with higher risks of breast cancer.
 
Oestrogen causes DNA mutations – and it fuels cancer!

Oestrogen encourages the growth of breast cancer, so constant exposure fuels cancer growth.
And this starts from when you hit puberty.

Your ovaries begin to produce oestrogen to regulate your periods. And as you get older you have regular oestrogen production.

Oestrogen and their receptors in your breast cells encourage your breasts to grow. With each oestrogen attaching to a receptor, two new cells form.

Women who have a baby have a long interruption in oestrogen production. And this means cells in your breasts don’t multiply during that time.
 
But if you don’t have children, you have constant growth of breast cells and the chances of them multiplying into cancer cells is much higher. And it’s all because of oestrogen.
 
Where does oestrogen go wrong?
 
When strong oestrogens lock on to receptors, they emit very powerful signals for cell growth. The more powerful the signal, the greater the potential for cancer.
 
When weak oestrogens lock on, the signal isn’t as strong.

If weak oestrogens fill receptors, they prevent strong oestrogens from attaching, thereby reducing the stimulus to multiply, and reducing the chance that cells will multiply out of control and into cancer cells.
 
Certain chemicals and pesticides are similar in composition to natural strong oestrogen. When they lock onto receptors they also stimulate cell growth and division, increasing the cancer risk.
 
And fatty breast tissue can concentrate even tiny traces of pesticides to highly toxic levels - up to 700 times greater than found in blood. So, this sends your breast cancer risk soaring!
 
But there’s something you can do: Change your diet.
 
How food helps 
 
Diet plays a vital and powerful role in reducing cancer risk. Weak food oestrogens prevent too many strong oestrogens attaching to receptors. That means eating more plant types of oestrogen to force your cell receptors to fill up on weak oestrogens.
 
Avoiding pesticide-exposed food limits your exposure to chemical oestrogens. Do this by going organic!
 
Also, eating certain foods can help the body break oestrogen down into more 'good' than 'bad' oestrogen, and high-fibre foods bind to oestrogen in the bowel, preventing its absorption back into the bloodstream.


To help you prevent over exposure to oestrogen eliminate these three things:
  1. Meats and vegetables that aren’t organic. Animals grow bigger and quicker when farmers feed them oestrogen-laden feeds. And GMO vegetables work in the same way when their genetic make-up is changed.
  2. “The Pill” increases your body’s exposure to oestrogen. And long term use increases your breast cancer risk.
  3. Synthetic hormone replacement. These replacement hormones make your body produce bad types of oestrogen and your risk increases.

Genetics are only responsible for 30% of your cancer risk, which means other factors in your life are what really puts you at risk of breast cancer. So know how to change your lifestyle and diet to lower your risk of breast cancer whether you decide to have a baby or not.

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