Environmental Strategies for Breast Cancer Prevention

Currently, breast cancer affects one in eight women. In the 1960s the figure was just one in 20. Many believe the increase in breast cancer rates is due to environmental factors such as the foods you eat or the toxins in your surroundings.

Want to know more about eating well if you have cancer? Discover more here.

In this video shared in October 2015, Dr. Mark Hyman discusses preventative strategies to reduce the risk of breast cancer or to help with breast cancer recovery by changing your environment.

Alcohol linked to breast and six other types of cancer, read more about it here. 

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