Do you worry about breast cancer? Do you think there is nothing you can do to protect yourself? If so, you need to read this book, as it may very well save your life. One in eight Australian women develops breast cancer during their lifetime. Most women feel powerless ...
Do you worry about breast cancer?
Do you think there is nothing you can do to protect yourself?
If so, you need to read this book, as it may very well save your life.
One in eight Australian women develops
breast cancer during their lifetime.
Most women feel powerless when it comes to preventing breast cancer; they believe genetics and bad luck determine who develops the disease. The truth is that only five to ten percent of breast cancer cases are due to genetics.
In this book you will learn about the real risk factors for
breast cancer – and what you can do to greatly reduce your risk.
In The Breast Cancer Prevention Guide you will learn:
Mammograms are not the best method for detecting breast cancer in all women.
Your body can make good oestrogen and bad oestrogen. Learn how to increase your body’s production of beneficial oestrogen.
The importance of progesterone in protecting against breast cancer.
The chemicals you come in contact with each day that are strongly implicated in causing breast cancer and how to reduce your exposure to them.
Foods, herbs and nutrients with powerful anti cancer effects.
Recipes and tips on how to incorporate powerful anti cancer foods into your diet.
There is no other book like this that gives you a
comprehensive plan to prevent breast cancer. This book is based on the latest research available from medical science
Dr Sandra Cabot MD MBBS, DRCOG,
Dr Sandra Cabot is a medical doctor who has extensive clinical experience; she treats patients with hormonal imbalances, chronic diseases and weight problems.
Dr Cabot works with other medical doctors and her team of naturopaths; her practices are situated in Camden and Newtown, Sydney, Australia and in Phoenix Arizona, USA. Dr Sandra Cabot began studying nutritional medicine while she was a medical student and has been a pioneer in the area of holistic healing. She graduated in medicine with honours from the University of Adelaide, South Australia in 1975. During the1980s Dr Cabot worked as a volunteer in the largest missionary Christian hospital in India, tending to the poor indigenous women.
Dr Cabot pilots herself to many cities and country towns in Australia and visits America where she is invited to speak at seminars. Feel free to direct any questions to our online help at www.liverdoctor.com
Margaret Jasinska ND, DBM
Margaret Jasinska is a naturopath who has been in clinical practice for thirteen years and now works very closely on a day to day basis with Dr Sandra Cabot. Margaret has a particular interest in disorders of the digestive and immune systems. She has researched environmental medicine encompassing the effects of environmental chemicals on health and disease.
Margaret is a keen researcher and writer, and enjoys keeping abreast of new developments in the health industry. She is currently working with Dr Cabot on a book about cholesterol. Margaret enjoys helping individuals improve their health through dietary modification and nutritional medicine. Margaret is available for consultations at the Dr Sandra Cabot Holistic Health Clinic in Camden, NSW
Australia. Phone +61 2 4655 4666.