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"Fibrocystic breast Disease FIBROCYSTIC breast DISEASE, also known as cystic mastitis, is a sometimes painful, but benign, cystic swelling of the breasts. It is important to know that it is not a disease; it is a condition that is an inconvenience and a discomfort but not a serious health problem. Some 60 percent of all women suffer from fibrocystic breast disease, in which the breasts are sometimes cystic, or lumpy, and become swollen, typically before menstruation. Some women find that their breasts become so painful that they can't bear to touch them and have trouble sleeping at night."
- Robert M. Giller, M.D., Natural Prescriptions: Dr. Giller's Natural Treatments & Vitamin Therapies For Over 100 Common Ailments
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"In 1991, researchers found that some cow's milk proteins ingested by a nursing mother ended up in her breast milk.10 They came from her digestive tract, were absorbed into her bloodstream, and found their way into the breast milk. Thus, in order to avoid exposing babies to dairy proteins, it is important to eliminate them not only from infants' diets but also from the diets of their breastfeeding mothers. One last caution about this study: It did not actually exclude dairy products from the children's diets. Rather, it used a milk product treated to break up the dairy proteins."
- Neal D. Barnard and Bryanna Clark Grogan, Dr. Neal Barnard's Program for Reversing Diabetes: The Scientifically Proven System for Reversing Diabetes Without Drugs (Get the book.)

"An x-ray of the breast, produced by mammography, that is used in screening for breast cancer. mammography (ma-mog-ruh-fee) Examination of the breasts using x-rays. Mammography is useful in locating tumors of the breast that are too small to be detected by other means. marrow The soft, specialized connective tissue that fills the cavities of bones. One kind of bone marrow is responsible for manufacturing red blood cells in the body. mastectomy (ma-stek-tuh-mee) The surgical re-. moval of a breast."
- E. D. Hirsch, Joseph F. Kett, James Trefil, The New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy: What Every American Needs to Know (Get the book.)

"A lower CoQIO level has also been cited as a contributing factor in breast cancer—a finding that should be a cause for caution when prescribing statins to postmenopausal women, a high-risk population for breast cancer. The bottom line is that statins can work for you or against you. Everyone is unique and has to weigh the potential risk/reward ratio. If you have a family history of high lipids, early heart attacks, and premature death, you may opt to be more aggressive. But suppose you are a young male or female in your forties with no history of heart disease."
- Stephen Sinatra, M.D. and James C., M.D. Roberts, Reverse Heart Disease Now: Stop Deadly Cardiovascular Plaque Before It's Too Late (Get the book.)

"Transfer factor is found in colostrum, the secretion from the breast that is produced immediately prior to breast milk. The function of the transfer factor in this secretion is to transfer immune information to the immune system of the offspring. By helping to transfer this information, transfer factor can enable the body to launch a more effective immune response. Transfer factor also promotes Th-1 immunity, helping to balance Th-2 skewing of the immune system, which is so common among 4-A kids. Transfer factor supplements are usually derived from either eggs or cows."
- Kenneth Bock, Healing the New Childhood Epidemics: Autism, ADHD, Asthma, and Allergies: The Groundbreaking Program for the 4-A Disorders (Get the book.)

"A previous six-year breast cancer study that included data on more than 74,000 women over the age of fifty, found that women who exercise regularly have lower breast cancer rates. Only a couple of hours of brisk walking each week may provide enough exercise to reduce breast cancer risk. The second study looked at the association between walking exercise and the risk of dementia in men aged seventy-one to ninety-three. They collected three years of exercise data on more than 2,200 men."
- Richard, Dr. DiCenso, Beyond Medicine, exploring a new way of thinking (Get the book.)

"Lack of nutrients and other environmental stressors can cause persisting changes in glucose, lipid metabolism, blood pressure, enzymes, vascular structure, hormone levels, and cell receptors, which may adversely affect long-term brain function and expedite its aging.20 "Breast is best" Numerous studies have established consistent and convincing associations between breast-feeding and improved cognitive development and performance later in life."
- Peter J. Whitehouse and Daniel George, The Myth of Alzheimer's: What You Aren't Being Told About Today's Most Dreaded Diagnosis (Get the book.)

"Whole population studies have not been able to demonstrate less allergy in breast fed infants even when all confounding factors are included in the analysis. My interpretation of this conflicting morass of statements is that while virtually everyone agrees that breastfeeding is superior to any of the alternatives ("breast is best," the editorial concludes), breastfeeding is a critical issue only for high-risk infants. Even then breastfeeding alone is insufficient."
- Steve Carper, Milk Is Not for Every Body: Living with Lactose Intolerance (Get the book.)

"Some fourteen thousand fewer women, they said, had been diagnosed with breast cancer in 2003 than in the previous year. This was the first full year after women had stopped taking Prempro in droves. Researchers said they finally understood why women in some of the most affluent areas of the country, places like Marin County, California, had for years suffered from higher rates of breast cancer than places not as wealthy. The affluent women, they said, had been more likely to take the prescription hormones."
- Melody Petersen, Our Daily Meds: How the Pharmaceutical Companies Transformed Themselves into Slick Marketing Machines and Hooked the Nation on Prescription Drugs (Get the book.)

"MAM-uh-gram) An x-ray of the breast, produced by mammography, that is used in screening for breast cancer. mammography (mam-OG-ruh-fee) Examination of the breasts using x-rays. Mammography is useful in locating tumors of the breast that are too small to be detected by other means. marrow The soft, specialized connective tissue that fills the cavities of bones. One kind of bone marrow is responsible for manufacturing red blood cells in the body. mastectomy (mas-TEK-tuh-mee) The surgical removal of a breast."
- E. D. Hirsch, The Dictionary of Cultural Literacy (Get the book.)

"Because this pathway includes the breast area, it may have a bioenergetic correlation to breast cancer. As the result of its bioenergetic connection to the brain (frontal lobes), this Integrator may link to schizophrenia and certain mental degenerative diseases, although conditions such as Alzheimer disease probably will include distortions in Stomach Driver as well."
- Peter h. Fraser and Harry Massey, Decoding the Human Body-Field: The New Science of Information as Medicine (Get the book.)

"MAM-uh-gram) An x-ray of the breast, produced by mammography, that is used in screening for breast cancer. mammography (mam-OG-ruh-fee) Examination of the breasts using x-rays. Mammography is useful in locating tumors of the breast that are too small to be detected by other means. marrow The soft, specialized connective tissue that fills the cavities of bones. One kind of bone marrow is responsible for manufacturing red blood cells in the body. mastectomy (mas-TEK-tuh-mee) The surgical removal of a breast."
- E. D. Hirsch, The Dictionary of Cultural Literacy (Get the book.)

"An x-ray of the breast, produced by mammography, that is used in screening for breast cancer. mammography (ma-mog-ruh-fee) Examination of the breasts using x-rays. Mammography is useful in locating tumors of the breast that are too small to be detected by other means. marrow The soft, specialized connective tissue that fills the cavities of bones. One kind of bone marrow is responsible for manufacturing red blood cells in the body. mastectomy (ma-stek-tuh-mee) The surgical re-. moval of a breast."
- James Trefil, Joseph F. Kett, and E. D. Hirsch, The New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy: What Every American Needs to Know (Get the book.)

"Imagine a newborn human baby doubling its body weight in several months on a diet of breast milk. Most breast milk is less than 2% protein and even the heavier "hind-milk" is only about 10% protein. breast milk itself, is a fat-dominant food. The construction of proteins actually occurs from the free amino acids available to the body. The body has to break down all protein (if it can) into its constituent parts, the amino acids, before the material can be utilized. Protein is a collection of amino acids. The protein structure consists of amino acids strung together like grapes on a vine."
- David Wolfe, The Sunfood Diet Success System (Get the book.)

"Schlitz and her fellow researchers decided to seek out couples with a wife suffering from breast cancer, and began advertising around the San Francisco Bay Area for volunteers. It soon became apparent that they would have to widen their original brief. The breast-cancer population of the Bay Area, which is higher than average in the United States, has been extremely well studied. From the lackluster response to their advertising, it appeared that sufferers were unwilling to take part in yet more research."
- Lynne McTaggart, The Intention Experiment: Using Your Thoughts to Change Your Life and the World (Get the book.)

"In the case of the Women's Health Initiative study of dietary fat, a $415 million undertaking sponsored by the National Institutes of Health, the eating habits and health outcomes of nearly forty-nine thousand women (aged fifty to seventy-nine) were tracked for eight years to assess the impact of a low-fat diet on a woman's risk of breast and colorectal cancer and cardiovascular disease. Forty percent of the women were told to reduce their consumption of fat to 20 percent of total calories."
- Michael Pollan, In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manifesto (Get the book.)

"The WHI study results included evidence of an increase in the risk for breast cancer and heart disease, yet reduced the risk of hip fractures and colorectal cancer. One reason for the results in the WHI trial is the use of synthetic progestogens rather than natural progesterone. LOW TESTOSTERONE IS COMMON IN DIABETIC MEN A study in the November 2004 issue of the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism revealed that one out of three diabetic men have low testosterone levels."
- Steven V. Joyal, What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Diabetes: An Innovative Program to Prevent, Treat, and Beat This Controllable Disease (Get the book.)

"Make chili with lean, ground round (or turkey breast), fewer beans, and no-salt-added canned tomatoes. Top with cilantro and guacamole instead of cheese. Unfortunately, some foods are impossible to "healthy up." Examples are processed meats such as hot dogs and cheese dips. Eat these bad boys no more than two or three times a year; July Fourth, the Super Bowl, and a free pass. Just because a meal is an old family favorite doesn't make it great for your health. Q: Why do so many people in industrialized countries have D deficiencies when these people have better access to good foods?"
- James Dowd and Diane Stafford, The Vitamin D Cure (Get the book.)

"Lung cancer, prostate cancer, breast cancer, and multiple myeloma all can cause bone pain and elevated calcium levels. Sarcoidosis—an immune-mediated disease?can cause elevated calcium levels, too. The most common abnormalities that stimulate PTH production are calcium deficiency and insufficient dietary protein. Chronic dietary acidosis and vitamin D deficiency deplete calcium and magnesium stores. Protein malnutrition mobilizes phosphorus from bone and muscle."

- James Dowd and Diane Stafford, The Vitamin D Cure (Get the book.)

"Statistics on survival after heart attacks, breast cancer, and even recoveries from colds bear this out. However, there are many variations, and thus debate, on what works best as support for patients in illness. Some scholarly articles point to the benefit of structured support group programs after cancer. Other research suggests the support of a single person is most important. And still others conclude that structured counseling with professional therapists is most advantageous."
- Rick Foster, Greg Hicks, M.D., Jen Seda, Choosing Brilliant Health: 9 Choices That Redefine What It Takes to Create Lifelong Vitality and Well-Being (Get the book.)

"While long-term survival rates have soared for metasticized breast cancer in the years since this study was conducted, the findings of Dr. Spiegel's work are profound to this day. The group members, who actively shared feelings, lived twice as long on average as the control subjects (36.6 months for the group members versus an average of 18.9 months for the others). And the group members reported experiencing 50 percent less pain. We want to emphasize that this approach isn't about positive thinking."

- Rick Foster, Greg Hicks, M.D., Jen Seda, Choosing Brilliant Health: 9 Choices That Redefine What It Takes to Create Lifelong Vitality and Well-Being (Get the book.)

"The average-size fist translates into two eggs, one medium chicken breast, one medium-size hamburger patty, a round ball of tuna fish or a cereal bowl-size serving of lentils. Get the idea? Good. And remember, it is more important to eat protein regularly than to have a rigid measurement or portion at each meal. You may find it helpful to make a food serving/protein chart for yourself which lists the foods you are most likely to eat."
- Kathleen DesMaisons, Potatoes Not Prozac: Solutions for Sugar Sensitivity (Get the book.)

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