Find Out if You are More Susceptible to Breast Cancer & Its Return and How to Prevent It by Barbara Minton
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Find Out if You are More Susceptible to Breast Cancer & Its Return and How to Prevent It
by Barbara Minton
(The Best Years in Life) Obesity is linked with a huge increase in risk of breast cancer according to several recent studies, and the main culprit appears to be leptin, a hormone secreted by fat cells. This finding applies to women of all ages, not just those who are postmenopausal. A woman's lipid profile and levels of unbalanced estrogen in conjunction with high body mass index have been shown as additional factors determining whether she gets breast cancer and how deadly it will be. Read More.
And the shame is that industry is substituting other equally dangerous bishpenols in order to deceptively proclaim products as "BPA free". A few months ago I researched and wrote a fairly extensive article about the dangers of plastics (bottom line: there are no safe plastics!). Here is the section about BPA substitutes:
As awareness of bisphenol A's clearly demonstrated toxicity grows and it loses favor within the marketplace and regulators, manufacturers are increasingly substituting less well known bisphenols, especially bisphenol-S and bisphenol-F, into their products and disingenuously labeling them "BPA-free." As a result, consumers who purchase ostensibly “BPA-free” products are being mislead into thinking they are safer because they contain no bisphenol content.
In many instances, manufacturers are simply substituting The products may be BPA-free but they are not Bisphenol-free and they are far from safe as we are belatedly finding as the lesser-known bisphenols come under increasing scrutiny..
For example, an alarming study published in the journal Fertility and Sterility and titled, "A new chapter in the bisphenol A story: bisphenol S and bisphenol F are not safe alternatives to this compound" found that bisphenol S and F, as well as the original bisphenol-A, are several orders of magnitude more disruptive to the endocrine systems of the developing male human fetus than previous toxicological risk assessments were capable of determining.
BTW, thanks for sharing - great info!
10 New Year's Resolutions for a Healthier 2018 and Beyond
by Tony Isaacs
author of Cancer's Natural Enemy
(The Best Years in Life) It's that time of year again when many of us resolve to make improvements in our lives and habits for the coming year. Often, such resolutions have to do with improving our health, such as losing excess weight or quitting smoking. Besides such obvious areas as weight loss and putting down cigarettes, there are a number of other resolutions many of us could make to improve our health. Here are ten such resolutions which are almost certain to lead to a healthier 2018 and beyond: Read More.
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