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Reduce your Pre-Malignant DCIS from becoming Full-Blown Breast Cancer
You’ve been diagnosed with Ductal Carcinoma In-Situ (DCIS). While some people will call this diagnosis breast cancer, it really isn’t cancer. DCIS is a pre-malignant form of breast cancer or breast cancer stage 0.
While you want to prevent your DCIS relapsing or from becoming actual breast cancer, you’ve heard horror stories about the side effects of chemo and radiation. You want to undergo AS LITTLE of these toxic therapies as possible.
The solution? Lifestyle therapies such as exercise and nutrition, supplementation and detoxification. But weight! Frequent, moderate exercise is a pain… Let’s face it, if regular exercise was easy, you would have been exercising regularly for years now. What’s going to change? Now you have an incentive. Now you have three great reasons-
Local radiation increases your risk of heart damage, Afib, etc.
Frequent, moderate exercise helps you sleep better, look better and live longer
Losing weight makes you look and feel better
I am a long-term survivor of an incurable cancer. I have remained in complete remission from my cancer since 1999 by living an evidence-based, non-toxic, anti-cancer lifestyle through nutrition, supplementation, detox, bone health and mind-body therapies.
To learn more about DCIS and the evidence-based therapies that can help you prevent its spread into invasive breast cancer, please watch the video below:
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“The Yale study — among the few to explore a link between weight loss and telomere length in breast cancer survivors — found that telomeres were slower to shorten in breast cancer survivors who lost weight through diet and exercise. In some cases, telomere shortening even reversed…
“Our results indicate that having higher body fat levels is associated with shorter telomere length, and weight loss was associated with an increase in telomere length…
“With the consistent findings of weight loss and exercise improving potential mechanisms related to breast cancer mortality, we feel there should be a shift in how breast cancer care is delivered, as well as increased access to and reimbursement of lifestyle behavioral counseling and programs,””
“Purpose of review-There has been growing evidence that lifestyle factors may affect the health and lifespan of an individual by affecting telomere length. The purpose of this review was to highlight the importance of telomeres in human health and aging and to summarize possible lifestyle factors that may affect health and longevity by altering the rate of telomere shortening…
Summary-Telomere length shortens with age. Progressive shortening of telomeres leads to senescence, apoptosis, or oncogenic transformation of somatic cells, affecting the health and lifespan of an individual. Shorter telomeres have been associated with increased incidence of diseases and poor survival. The rate of telomere shortening can be either increased or decreased by specific lifestyle factors. Better choice of diet and activities has great potential to reduce the rate of telomere shortening or at least prevent excessive telomere attrition, leading to delayed onset of age-associated diseases and increased lifespan. This review highlights the role of telomeres in aging and describes the lifestyle factors which may affect telomeres, human health, and aging.”