5 Tips for Breast Health


#AceHealthNews – Great tips and just what our resident chef has been saying for years #chef-tips

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Today, simple lifestyle choices can have an extreme impact on our health. What we eat, our lifestyle behavior and how active we are greatly affects the way our bodies perform. By taking simple steps to support our bodies’ unique capacity to balance themselves, we can experience more vibrant health, naturally. Good nutrition, regular exercise and healthy habits are positive ways to promote long-lasting breast health. Try to incorporate these five simple strategies into your life to support and maintain breast health and improve your overall vitality as well.

1. Stop Smoking and Limit Your Alcohol Intake

Abnormal breast cell growth is linked to a steady consumption of alcohol, which may fuel hormone-sensitive breast conditions.

If you smoke, try to quit as soon as possible. Habitual smoking increases your risk for developing a number of dangerous health conditions. A new study shows that women who smoked for at least 35 years…

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Polyphenol Antioxidants Inhibit Iron Absorption


#AceHealthNews – Side Effects of taking Modern Day Medication #prescriptions

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Health benefits from polyphenol antioxidants — substances found in many fruits and vegetables — may come at a cost to some people. Penn State nutritional scientists found that eating certain polyphenols decreased the amount of iron the body absorbs, which can increase the risk of developing an iron deficiency.
Polyphenols have been known to have many beneficial effects for human health, such as preventing or delaying certain types of cancer, enhancing bone metabolism and improving bone mineral density, and decreasing risk of heart disease,” said Okhee Han, assistant professor of nutritional sciences. “But so far, not many people have thought about whether or not polyphenols affect nutrient absorption.”

The researchers, led by Han, studied the effects of eating grape seed extract and epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG) found in green tea. They used cells from the intestine — where iron absorption takes place — to assess the polyphenols’ effect and found that polyphenols…

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Study: Chemotherapy actually increases cancer growth


#AceHealthNews – Many years ago a friend of mine who was a scientist, did a study of Cancer and cell destruction, his thought was with what was contained within the chemotherapy, and it lead him to the fact that it did more harm than good! #cancer

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The cancer treatment scam that is chemotherapy has once again been shown in the scientific literature to be a major cause of, rather than a cure for, cancer.
According to a new study recently published in the peer-reviewed journal Nature, chemotherapy not only promotes the growth and spread of …
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Global Frackdown: World prepares for protest against shale gas production


#AceHealthNews – the energy companies believe in providing lower priced costs for the consumer, but the cost per therm keeps rising, the next big thing is fracking our world to death! Will it lead to lower energy costs NO it will lead to greater profits and bonuses for the fracking companies!! #frackoff

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Written by RT News
October 19, 2013 10:13

 

 

Thousands of people worldwide are expected to join the Global Frackdown protest on October 19. ‘Fracktivists’ from over 20 countries will gather to demand an end to fracking and “dangerous” shale gas drillings.

Numerous events are scheduled to take place mainly across the US  and Europe. The global movement will be also joined by activists  from Australia, New Zealand, Africa, and Indonesia. So far, a  total 26 countries are listed to be taking part in the protest.
“Climate scientists warn that continued extraction and burning  of fossil fuels will lead to catastrophic climate change,”the Global Frackdown protest organizers said in press release.
Fracking, or hydraulic fracturing, is the extraction of oil and  gas by injecting water to break rock formations deep underground.
Fracking a single well can require between two and nine million  gallons of water combined with sand…

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