In this video, you find out the real causes of breast cancer. Learn about the screenings methods used today to diagnose breast cancer.
Uncover the truth of conventional breast cancer treatments and why they are a bad idea.
And finally, learn the real causes of breast cancer and what you can do about it.
Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death among women. One in eight women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime.
The methods we use today against breast cancer is ineffective. But there is a natural way treat it without using toxic treatment methods.
Today I'm going to talk about what breast cancer is and spotting the symptoms of it. After that, I'm going to explain different screening methods and why standard treatments don't work.
And then I'm going to address the root causes of breast cancer and how to fix them.
1. What Is Breast Cancer?
So what is breast cancer? Breast cancer is the most common invasive cancer in females worldwide. The vast majority of breast cancer cases occur in women.
It accounts for 16% of all female cancers and 22.9% of invasive cancers in women. Breast cancer rates are much higher in first world nations compared to developing countries.
The breast, like any other part of the body, consists of billions of microscopic cells. Normal cells multiply as they should, and new cells replace the ones that died. In cancer, the cells multiply in an unusual way.
Your body creates more cells than it needs. A tumor can be either benign or malignant. Benign tumors are not considered cancerous.
Their cells look close to normal cells. They grow slowly and do not invade other parts of the body.
Malignant tumors are cancerous. They can spread to other areas of the body. Breast cancer either begins in the cells of the lobules or the ducts.
The lobules are milk-producing glands. And the ducts are the passages that drain milk from the lobules to the nipple. Over time, cancer cells can invade nearby healthy breast tissue.
They then can make their way into the underarm lymph nodes. Lymph nodes are small organs that filter out foreign substances in the body.
Common Symptoms Of Breast Cancer
A lump in the breast is often the first symptom of breast cancer. Other symptoms include:
- Pain in armpits
- Rash around nipple
- Thickened tissue in a breast
- Nipple changes appearance
- Skin on the nipple peel, scale or flake
- Redness of skin
- Swelling in armpit
- Leukemia viruses
- Nipple discharge
- The size or shape of breast changes
So how do doctor’s detect breast cancer and what are common ways to treat it?
2. Breast Cancer Screenings Used Today
Women are usually diagnosed with breast cancer after a routine breast cancer screening. Or after detecting certain signs and symptoms and seeing their doctor about them.
There a different ways to detect breast cancer. One of them is a breast exam.
During a breast exam, a physician will check both the patient's breasts.
They look out for lumps and other possible abnormalities.
Another screening method is mammography.
Mammography is a medical imaging that uses an x-ray to see inside the breasts. Doctor's use it to detect and diagnose breast diseases in women.
Breast ultrasound uses sound waves to make a computer picture of the inside of the breast. The sounds waive converts into a black and white image on a computer screen. The procedure is painless and does not use radiation.
A biopsy is another way to screen for breast cancer. A sample of the tissue from a lump is removed and sent to the lab for analysis. If they find cancer, the lab will also determine what type of breast cancer it is. And the grade of cancer.
MRI, or magnetic resonance imaging, uses magnets and radio waves to produce images of the body. MRI does not use X-rays, so it does not involve any radiation.
Thermography uses infrared imaging techniques to identify temperature changes in the body. The change of color patterns can find cancer growing.
Routine Breast Cancer Screenings Don't Reduce Cancer Deaths
Breast cancer screening has become a controversial subject over the last few years. The promotion of routine breast cancer screening creates more harm and limited benefits.
Mammography screening has failed to reduce the number of deaths from breast cancer. Women who have mammography screening are as likely to die as women who didn’t have mammograms.
One reason why testing doesn’t work is the way we treat breast cancer. Let me explain ways we treat cancer today and the consequences they have.
Breast Cancer Treatments
Surgery is quite common when they try to remove breast cancer. There are several types of surgery.
Breast Cancer Surgery
In a lumpectomy, they remove the tumor and a small margin of tissue around it. It is used if the tumor is small and the surgeon believes it will be easy to remove it
Mastectomy is when you remove the breast. Sentinel node biopsy is a surgical procedure to determine if cancer has spread to your lymphatic system.
Axillary Lymph Node Dissection
An axillary lymph node dissection is surgery to remove lymph nodes from the armpit
Breast Reconstruction Surgery
Breast reconstruction surgery is a series of operations aimed at recreating a breast. Its purpose is to make the breast look like the other breast.
Surgery is a band-aid solution for treating cancer. It doesn’t take away the underlying root causes of it. Surgery only causes unnecessary suffering and stress to women.
Radiation Therapy (radiotherapy)
Radiotherapy uses radiation targeted at the tumor to destroy the cancer cells. It's often used after surgery, or chemotherapy to kill off any cancer cells that may still be around.
Radiation therapy has many side effects. These include fatigue, darkening of the breast skin, and irritation of the breast skin.
Cancer radiation can still affect other organs, especially the heart. It’s an aggressive and toxic treatment method that causes suffering in women. Radiation is a carcinogen, which means that it causes cancer.
Because of that cancer grows back with even greater force.
Chemotherapy uses cytotoxic drugs to kill cancer cells. The aim is to shrink the tumor and make it easier to remove it.
There are many side effects of chemo these include:
- Hair loss
- Loss of appetite
- Sore mouth
Chemo is a dangerous method. Few people live five years after treatments. Cancer exists because of toxins in the body. So if you want to heal it, why would add more toxins to your body?
Hormone Therapy (hormone blocking therapy)
Hormone therapy is used for breast cancers that are sensitive to hormones. The aim is to prevent cancer recurrence. It is usually used after surgery. Hormone therapy aims to prevent estrogen from binding to slow down cancer growth.
It will have no effect on cancers that are not sensitive to hormones. Hormone therapy usually lasts up to five years after surgery.
Side effects from the drugs include:
- Hot flashes
- Mood swings
- Vaginal discharge
- Joint stiffness
- Vaginal dryness
- Muscle pain
- Joint pain
So we have now talked about the standard ways to treat breast cancer. These methods do not remove the root causes of cancer and lead to suffering in women.
A better way to treat breast cancer is to find and understand the underlying causes.
3. What Causes Breast Cancer And How To Treat It
So why do we get breast cancer? Cancer is a toxicity crisis. It’s the body’s way of getting rid of metabolic waste. An acidic and harmful environment forces the defective cells to mutate.
There are several causes of breast cancer. One major reason why women develop breast cancer is because of their diet.
Eating Meat And Animal Products Increase Breast Cancer Risk
Consumption of animal products increases your risk of breast cancer. Humans are plant-eaters, not meat eaters.
Our bodies can’t handle animal products. Several components in meat increase the risk of cancer. These include IGFI, HCAs, and Heme iron.
Insulin-like Growth Factor One(IGF1) is a cancer-promoting growth hormone. IGF1 release in the body increases when we consume animal protein.
Vegans have much lower circulating IGF1 than meat eaters. Heterocyclic amines (HCAs) are chemicals formed in meat or animal protein during cooking.
They develop when you prepare meat at a high temperature or over an open flame.
A large study examined postmenopausal women in Long Island. They found that barbecued and smoked meat increased the risk of breast cancer.
Several animal studies link PhIP in meat with cancer. When you expose cancer cells to PHIP, they begin to divide, invade tissues and became more aggressive.
All these toxic things don’t exist in vegan food. Several studies show vegans have less cancer than those who eat meat. Asian women have much less breast cancer than women from America.
Asians eat more rice and less meat than American women do. Breast cancer rates go up in Asians as they move to the USA and eat their diet.
Lack Of Vitamin D Leads To More Breast Cancer
Getting enough Vitamin D from the sun is essential for good health. If you sunbathe in moderation, being in the sun is good for you and has many health benefits.
It boosts the immune system Reduces the risk of cancer Creates healthy bones
The best way to get vitamin D is through the sun. Many studies show that vitamin D has a positive effect on cancer. Women with low levels of vitamin D are more likely to develop breast cancer.
A PLOS ONE study examined the vitamin D level in women. Women with vitamin D concentrations of 40 ng/ml or greater have a 67 percent lower risk of cancer.
Compared to women with levels of 20 ng/ml or less. Getting enough sleep is vital to good health. The Nurses' Health Study examined 78 562 women. Nurses who worked nights shifts had a 36 percent higher rate of breast cancer than day workers.
The lack of sleep is the reason why many have little energy. Immunity goes down as fatigue increases. This makes your body worse at defending against bacteria, microbes, and viruses.
In humans and animals, melatonin secrets during darkness. Melatonin regulates sleep, blood pressure, and others bodily functions. Low levels of it in the blood increase the risk of cancer.
Light during the night messes with the clock in the brain. Making it believe that it’s day when it's dark outside. Suppressing the natural cycles of the body make it harder for the body to fight cancer.
Heavy Metals And Cancer Risk
We live in a toxic world. Heavy metals can increase your risk of cancer. There are many sources of heavy meals. These include smog from cars Industrial waste which leaks heavy metals to our groundwater, lakes, streams and rivers.
Heavy metals can also find its way in the body by:
- Eating fish or shellfish
- Tobacco smoke
- Breathing toxic workspace air
Amalgam tooth fillings contain mercury. Mercury is the most toxic natural substance on earth. The metal used in tooth fillings corrodes in time when there is a concentration of air and moisture.
If you have amalgam fillings, then it is good that you remove them. But you have to do it with caution. Choose a biological dentist that provides protection during the removal of amalgam.
Never use a dentist that doesn’t know what he is doing. Emotional problems can also be behind cancer.
How Stress Influnces Breast Cancer Growth
Stress affects your health.
When the body and mind are in a state of balance and unity, you experience good health. Most people do not experience a sense of perfect harmony and manifest disease.
Lise Bourbeau is the author of the book “Your body is telling you to love yourself. She talked to cancer patients and found several emotional wounds. These came from the isolation in childhood.
The most common hurts were rejection, abandonment, betrayal, shame, and injustice. Some people experienced a combination of those wounds.
Their bad experiences with their parents made them feel anger and resentment. Cancer manifests after they suppress these feelings and reach their emotional limit.
Dr. Hamer Finds The Emotional Connection To Cancer
Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer is the founder of German New Medicine. He discovered a connection between cancer and unresolved emotional conflicts.
After a man killed Hamer's son, Dirk, he soon developed testicular cancer. Hamer had good health all his life, so he thought it was strange that he got cancer. He wondered if the emotional conflict after his son’s death had anything to do about it.
He worked as a chief of internal medicine in a clinic at Munich University. So he wanted to know if other cancer patients had emotional conflicts that led to cancer. He was able to interview and examine do Ct-scans of thousands of cancer patients.
His research led him to discover how emotional trauma affects the brain. He called these psycho-emotional traumas "Hamer Herds." Every cancer disease starts with a painful, acute, dramatic and isolating shock.
The distress happens on the psyche, the brain, and the organ at the same time. According to Dr. Hamer, once a perceived conflict or shock occur, it impacts the body in a particular way.
The brain cells affected by the shock relays the shock to the specific organ which it controls. Dr. Hamer analyzed that data he collected and soon found certain patterns.
Every lung cancer patient, for example, had the Hamer Herd in the same spot in the brain. And they experienced the same kind of inner conflict. What did Hamer discover about breast cancer patients?
So this what he found out about breast cancer.
The Breast Cancer Emotional Connections
Patients with cancer in milk gland had conflicts involving care or disharmony.
Women with cancer in the milk duct experienced a separation conflict. Cancer in the left breast was a conflict about child, home or mother.
And cancer in the right breast was a conflict with their partner or another person.
In a left-handed person, the reasons for cancer in the left and right breast is the opposite.
Breast Cancer Emotional Connections
- BREAST MILK GLAND: Involving Care or Disharmony
- BREAST MILK DUCT: Separation Conflict
- BREAST LEFT: Conflict concerning Child, Home or Mother
- BREAST RIGHT: Conflict with Partner or Others
Cancer manifests about 18-24 months after the emotional conflict. If you have breast cancer can you remember a struggle you had with a person at that time?
It can be because of a breakup, death or other conflicts with a partner. Women seem to have more emotional trauma about their relationships. This may be the reasons why they have more breast cancer than men.
Dr. Hamer’s research provides proof of the mind-body connection. And the power our conflicts play in the development of cancer.
So today you learned what breast cancer is and the symptoms.
After that, you discovered different screening methods used to detect breast cancer.
Mammography doesn’t reduce breast cancer deaths and provides no real benefits.
The treatments we use today are ineffective and make cancer more aggressive.
Eating meat increases your risk of breast cancer. Meat carries IGF1, HCAs, and other toxic agents.
Heavy metals and lack of sleep or vitamin D increase the risk of breast cancer.
Your past emotional trauma may increase the growth of cancer.
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