Get Healthy Breasts With Total Curve
Breast cancer sadly still kills women every year & it’s not going away. Breast cancer accounts for nearly 10% of all cancer deaths in women on average, accounting for over 500,000 deaths in women worldwide and nearly 1% of all deaths each year. The majority of breast cancer deaths occur in the United States.
These are depressing statistics. They’re made even more depressing when you consider that breast cancer is frequently preventable. While some cases are inherited, lifestyle, diet, exercise, and other factors often play a role in determining a woman’s risk of developing breast cancer.
Total Curve believes that raising awareness about the issue is an important step toward preventing breast cancer and improving women’s overall health. That is why we wrote this article. We believe you will agree that knowledge is power and that with it comes the opportunity to save lives.
Breast cancer is most commonly found in the milk ducts of the breast, or the lining that supplies the ducts with milk. 80% of breast cancers are discovered when the carrier discovers a lump on her breast. The importance of timing in achieving a successful outcome cannot be overstated. The earlier it is discovered, the better the chances of survival. Breast cancer treatments include hormone therapy, chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery.
A woman in the United States has a 12.5 percent lifetime risk of developing breast cancer, with a one in 35 chance of dying from it. While genetics play a role in determining the likelihood of breast cancer, it is only a minor cause, accounting for 5% of all cases. By far the most common cause of breast cancer is lifestyle choices. Excessive alcohol consumption, smoking, a lack of physical activity, and obesity – particularly after menopause – are the leading causes of breast cancer in women.
Age is also a consideration. Only 5% of breast cancer patients are under the age of 40.
This emphasizes the importance of developing healthy lifestyle habits while still young. There is a long list of breast cancer prevention habits.
Begin by eating mushrooms and drinking green tea. A recent study of over 2,000 women found that women who ate mushrooms on a regular basis had a 50% lower risk of breast cancer. When combined with green tea, the risk was reduced by 90%.
In fact, make vegetables, particularly brassicas, a staple of your diet (broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, kale, and Brussels sprouts). According to research, women who eat one and a half servings of brassica vegetables per day have a 42% lower risk of developing breast cancer. Consumption of brassica vegetables has an inverse relationship with breast cancer risk. The more brassicas you eat, the lower your risk.
Obesity should be avoided, especially after menopause. A recent study concluded that gaining 22 pounds after menopause increased the risk of breast cancer by 18%.
Secondhand smoke and alcohol are also major causes of breast cancer. Studies have conclusively shown that women who consumed two units of alcohol per day increased their chances of developing breast cancer by 8%, with the risk increasing proportionately with each additional drink. Secondhand smoke increased the risk of developing breast cancer later in life by an astounding 70% in pre-menopausal women!
Total Curve can assist you in lowering your risk. Buckwheat and watercress have been strategically included in our Total Curve Daily Supplement because they have both been shown to improve overall breast health in women.
What’s really encouraging is that new medical evidence suggests that watercress is a potent breast cancer inhibitor. According to a recent British study, watercress interferes with a protein that causes breast cancer. In fact, the study’s findings suggest that watercress simply ‘turns off the breast cancer signal,’ thereby halting cancer growth on the spot.
This is great news for women, and yet another reason to let Total Curve 3-Step Breast Enhancement Therapy transform your body with beautiful, natural, and healthy breasts.