What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Breast Cancer

How Hormone Balance Can Help Save Your Life

By John R. Lee, M.D.

David Zava, Ph. D.

Virginia Hopkins
ISBN 0446615404 or 978-0446615402 or 9780446615402

 

Table of contents for this book
Intimacy after cancer Autism diet
Back cover of this book
Premenopause
Biological Treaments for Autism
Empower yourself
Menopause Vaccines
What's in this book
Hormone balancing Heavy metal testing
A book ahead of its time How to fight cancer Mercury
Your risk of breast cancer
Heavy metals and cancer
Other books of interest
                                                      

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  Hormone balance and breast cancer


    This well-written book is a refreshing look at what's really going on in medicine with hormone treatments,  and what's really causing breast cancer.  It provides in-depth coverage of how your hormones relate to breast cancer.  Recently, the news has been filled with reports of medical studies demonstrating the dangers of conventional hormone replacement therapy.  However, the risks and toxicity of unnatural and synthetic hormones have been known for decades – this should not discourage women from using natural hormones appropriately to feel better and reduce the risk of breast cancer.

    Women who take the hormone balance test recommended in the book can find great treatments that will change their lives in a very positive way.

    Estrogen deficiency causes vaginal dryness, night sweats, painful intercourse, memory problems, bladder infections, lethargic depression and hot flashes.  These are not only miserable – but unnecessary.

    This book talks about how to remedy estrogen deficiency without increasing the risk of breast cancer.  Estrogen deficiency is most common in menopausal women; especially if they are petite or slim. These women may need to make some changes to their diet and take special women's herbs.  Some women may even need a little bit of natural estrogen (about one-tenth the dose prescribed by most doctors).

    Estrogen dominance and estrogen excess increase your risk of breast cancer as well as making you miserable.  This book talks about why and what to do about it.

    Some women have too much estrogen.  This is most often due to using conventional synthetic hormones as prescribed by many doctors for menopausal women.  If you have too much estrogen you will be prone to puffiness and bloating, cervical dysplasia (abnormal pap smear), rapid weight gain, breast tenderness, mood swings, heavy bleeding, anxious depression, migraine headaches, insomnia, foggy thinking, red flush on face, gallbladder problems and weepines.

    Some women don’t have enough progesterone to balance their estrogen.  This causes estrogen dominance.  Thus, you can have low estrogen but if you have even lower progesterone, you can have symptoms of estrogen dominance. Many women between the ages of 40 and 50 suffer from estrogen dominance.   Symptoms of estrogen dominance include PMS, insomnia, early miscarriage, painful and/or lumpy breasts, unexplained weight gain, cyclical headaches, anxiety and infertility, in addition to the symptoms of estrogen excess.


 Phone order to (425) 557-8299 or
Download fax and mail order form

 


       

 

Table of contents for this book
Intimacy after cancer Autism diet
Back cover of this book
Premenopause
Biological Treaments for Autism
What's in this book Menopause Vaccines
A book ahead of its time Hormone balancing Heavy metal testing
Your risk of breast cancer How to fight cancer Mercury
A book ahead of its time Heavy metals and cancer
Other books of interest

 

ISBN 0446615404 or 978-0446615402 or 9780446615402


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