thank you for highlighting the importance of eating something raw – enzymes and all… not only to the breast tissue but to the immediate intestinal and colonic areas, as well… 🙂
It’s very rare to find someone that never has any digestive problems. Most people get bloated and has flatulence, are sometimes constipated, and sometimes the opposite. All being a first sign, then comes the diagnoses; Candida over growth, Celiac, intolerance, funguses, IBS, leaky gut, acid reflux, GERD, ulcers, Crohn’s… Our digestive system is complex, and as 80% of our immune system is found there it can also become weak by digestive disorders. As one example statistics show that constipation is a risk factor for cancer. The conclusion stated that the only healthy way to get more bowl movement is eating more whole plant based foods, and that the intake of fiber wasn’t enough.
In another study funded by the National Cancer Institute, 20 participants were encouraged to eat 1 to 2 cups of cruciferous vegetables a day. As I mentioned before the cruciferous are known to fight cancer
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