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Natural Breast Cancer Prevention Strategies

Are there ways to prevent breast cancer? You bet your life! Studies clearly show natural breast cancer prevention can greatly reduce your risk of the disease women fear most.

About one in eight American women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime – an increase of 53% since 1950. And we're often told the risk factors are beyond our control. These include race, age, reproductive history and the #1 risk – because you're a woman!

But fortunately for us, evidence clearly shows that a healthy lifestyle and breast cancer prevention diet can significantly reduce your risk. And this is all well within your control.

Breast Cancer Prevention Guidelines

We know fruits and vegetables are important for disease prevention. And the benefits of antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients from certain fruits and vegetables are particularly important for fighting all cancers, including the prevention of breast cancer.

Here are your 10 best natural breast cancer prevention strategies.Here's the bottom line. Your breast cells have much less chance of mutating, multiplying and become cancerous when you stay healthy and keep your immune system strong.

This means lead a super healthy lifestyle:And, if you're interested, check out my highest rated recommendations for fish oil and natural whole food nutritional supplements at the omega 3 and feel better web sites.

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