Breast Cancer Prevention:Total Curve Promotes Breast Health



Find Out How Total Curve Can Also Help You To Lower Breast Cancer Risk



Every year many women die of breast cancer. It accounts for about 10% of all cancer deaths in women. Every year, breast cancer takes away the lives of over half a million women world-wide. This is almost one per cent of all deaths each year.


These are discouraging stats. They are made more discouraging when you consider that breast cancer is often preventable. While some cases are hereditary, more often than not, lifestyle, diet, exercise and other factors such as smoking and drinking can play a role in determining a woman’s risk of developing breast cancer.


Total Curve believes that the most important step that a woman can take in preventing breast cancer is to have a greater understanding of this issue. That is the purpose of this article. We think you would have agreed that knowledge is power, and with it comes the chance to save lives.


Breast cancer occurs most commonly in the breast’s milk ducts, or the lining that supplies the ducts with milk. Eighty per cent of breast cancers are discovered when the carrier discovers a lump on her breast.


Timing is crucial to a positive outcome. The earlier it is been detected, the higher will be the chances of survival. Treatments for breast cancer include hormone therapy, chemotherapy, radiation and surgery.


While genetics play a role in determining the likelihood of breast cancer, it is a minor cause, at five per cent. The most common cause of breast cancer, by far, is lifestyle. Excessive alcohol, smoking, lack of exercise, overweight and post-menopausal obese are leading causes of breast cancer in women.


Age is also a factor. The older a woman gets, the higher is her risk of developing breast cancer; age is a risk factor. Over 80% of all female breast cancers occur among women aged 50+ years (after menopause).


This makes it even more important to adopt healthy living habits when you are young. There are various healthy habits that you can cultivate for preventing breast cancer.


You can start by eating mushrooms and drinking green tea. A recent study of over 2,000 women suggests that women who regularly ate mushrooms had a 50% lower risk of breast cancer. When combined with green tea, the risk was lowered by 90%.


In fact, eating more vegetables especially brassicas (broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, kale and Brussels sprouts) can help in cutting down the risk of cancer. Studies show that women who consume one and a half servings of brassica vegetables every day have a 42% reduced risk of developing breast cancer.


Watch your weight, especially after menopause. A recent study concluded that an added weight of 22 pounds after menopause increased breast cancer risk by 18%.


Alcohol and second hand smoke are also leading causes of breast cancer. Studies have conclusively found a high relationship between heavy alcohol consumption and breast cancer. Second hand smoke, particularly in pre-menopause women, increased the likelihood of developing breast cancer later in life by an astounding 70%!


Total Curve can help you reduce your risk. We have added buckwheat and watercress into our Total Curve Daily Supplement because they are both proven to increase overall breast health in women. What is really encouraging is that new medical evidence suggests that watercress is a powerful inhibitor of breast cancer.


In a recent British study, scientists concluded that watercress interferes with a protein responsible for breast cancer. In fact, evidence from the study suggests that watercress simply ‘turns the breast cancer signal off’, stopping the cancer growth on the spot.


This is good news for women and another reason to let Total Curve 3-Step Breast Enhancement Therapy enhance your body with beautiful, natural and healthy breasts.


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