Breast Cancer Awareness vs. Prevention

Thanks to Vanessa Teff for allowing me to post her October newsletter.  Vanessa can be reached at: Optimum Vitality, 6654 University Ave, Middleton, WI 53562. Phone number: (608) 828-6312.  Website: https://www.optimumfunction.com/

Breast Cancer Awareness vs. Prevention

October is breast cancer awareness month. I’m sure you’ve heard that statement before. The car dealerships are showing support with pink lights. The football players are wearing pink shoes. The cashiers are asking for a small donation to be sent to charity. Pink everything is being sold. Does bringing awareness to an issue help? It certainly does spread the word. However, awareness is not the same as prevention.

Breast Cancer Awareness

The tricky part about breast cancer is that 70 – 80% of diagnoses are not genetic. If that doesn’t catch you by surprise, read that statement again. Those of us without the gene are nearly just as likely and possibly, more likely to be at risk. Statistics tell us that 1 out of 3 women will get cancer. What a sobering statistic.

Soft tissue cancers soared in the 1980’s. Of all soft tissue cancers (prostate, breast, lymphoma & melanoma of skin) none receives more press than breast cancer. Even the research magazine Science, which is hardly sensational, noted at that time that the “breast cancer statistics are alarming.” From 1978 to 1987 breast cancer diagnosis grew from 130,000 to over 180,000 (an increase of 50,000 cases). I point this out because there was nothing done except talk of early detection. Remember, just 30 years prior in the 1950’s, Polio was considered a major epidemic with only 33,000 total cases per year!

Early detection certainly helps treatment and the death rate, but it does not significantly affect the incidence rate.

Did you ever wonder where all the donated money for breast cancer awareness goes to? If you thought a majority of it went to research, you’d be mistaken. Since 2008, it seems the biggest named non-profits continue to diminish how much is spent on breast cancer research, with an average range being 15 – 25% of profit. More and more companies are taking money away from research and instead spending it on education….and selling things that are pink.

So what do we do?

If up to 80% of breast cancer is not genetic but rather environmentally induced, then we need to look at our environment. Diet, exercise and stress are BIG factors. How we view what we’re putting into our body can be just as important as what we put in.

As women, we hold a lot in. We need to start to rewrite that story for ourself as the negative is not worth holding on to. Remember, the mind doesn’t know if it’s happening in the present moment or if it happened in the past. When we continue to replay a situation in our head, our body responds as if it’s happening at that moment (cortisol and adrenaline are released and we automatically go into fight/flight). When you sense this happening, stop and reset your thought pattern.

You hear this often and it is true, hormones play a major role in our health. Some breast cancer is estrogen dominant. Thanks to cancer research we can now test for such. Estrogen by itself doesn’t cause cancer but it can influence its growth. Estrogen is needed for cellular hydration, signaling and of course, cell proliferation. Estrone (E1), Estradiol (E2) and Estriol (E3) are all needed but in different quantities. E3 is known as the “good” estrogen. Therefore, we want this number to be greater than E1 & E2 combined. For menopausal women, we want the progesterone/E2 ratio to be between 200 & 500. The estrogen quotient: E3/(E1 + E2) should be greater than 1. These numbers are important. It’s one more way we can be proactive about our health. If you don’t know what these numbers are, ask your doctor. It’s a guide for our reproductive health, menopausal health and long-term brain health. These numbers can be tested via blood or saliva. Here at the clinic we do saliva testing and it’s a very easy way to get a baseline.

In today’s newsletter, I want to touch upon an environmental factor not often connected to women’s health and especially not breast cancer – electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs). EMFs are emitted from any device with a battery or plug. Your blender emits an EMF when turned on. Some EMFs are more detrimental than others. Those connected with WIFI, cell phones, high tension power lines, high powered walkie talkies, fit bits, and smart meters create more cellular damage than blenders and hair dryers. Unlike some toxic exposure, EMF exposure is accumulative. I bring such a silent environmental factor up because I’ve seen if ravage my family.

Out of all of the patients and clients that come into the clinic with cancer, breast cancer is by far the greatest one we come across. We’ve seen lumps connected to radios being carried for one’s job and electronic key cards being clipped on to one’s shirt. Every time you turn around you hear of a newscaster having breast cancer. Is it any coincidence their mic packs are clipped onto their bras? Maybe but it’s certainly not something I’m willing to risk after what I’ve seen.

We don’t need to feel a difference being exposed to EMFs in order for them to damage our DNA. This was brilliantly demonstrated by the research Henry Lai was conducting on microwaves.  The world is constantly changing around us. Cell phones are here to stay. We need to become more resilient.

One way in which to do that is by having some sort of protection on your device or within your vibrational field. Dr. Teff has spent many years researching this topic and working closely with several companies creating products to limit our cellular exposure and damage. Nature’s Frequencies, a frequency based research company out of Massachusetts, was able to create tools that we can use to protect us in our daily routines. By putting one of the cell phone stickers on your phone, they’ve found that the cell phone radiation is less heating to the body and penetrates a shorter distance. Remember, in kids, the cell phone radiation travels completely through their brains, affecting all neurons. Neurosurgeon and researcher Dr. Leif Salford has done quite a bit of research on the subject. He concluded that the weakest exposure to wireless radiation had the greatest effect in causing the blood brain barrier to leak. This is important as kid’s brains aren’t fully developed until the age of 20.

As of December of last year, Kaiser Permanente concluded that exposure to certain magnetic fields “at levels commonly found in homes, offices and the urban environment” can triple the rate of miscarriages.

As you can see, this topic doesn’t just apply to breast health. We can all benefit from EMF protection. However, some of us are more greatly affected than others.

If you’re interested, Nature’s Frequencies has created products that you can clip on your keychain, stick on your phone or plug into your home outlet, making cellular protection a possibility.

My mom had breast cancer. The EMFs didn’t cause the cancer (that’s a story for another day) but they certainly influenced the growth of it. If there’s something you can change today to balance your body and create harmony within, do so! There’s no reason to wait.

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