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Prevention is the Cure

Hello everyone,

I have good questions from my patients on my Instagram account, and I chose most frequent question as this week’s topic. Also, it is coming the day about cancer.


World Cancer Day is an international day observed on February 4th to increase cancer awareness and support cancer prevention, detection, and treatment.


Do you rank cancer as one of your top health concerns? There are tons of campaigns aimed at improving public health have brought our attention to this critical health concern, which a positive development to all of us.


The topics of early detection and treatment tend to dominate discussions. Unfortunately there is an extreme lack of focus on prevention. It is not hard to achieve the results, but people are generally feel delicate to have the results.


How about you? Hold your breath and ask yourself: do you know what's going on? How well do you know the best ways to reduce your risk of developing cancer?


You may heard who is Angelina Jolie, and also her fight against to cancer. Angelina Jolie's brave decision to have preventative breast cancer surgery has revived a discussion about the disease and its prevalence in the general population among huge societies.


Unfortunately, the discussion on cancer and ways to prevent cancer continues to center on mediations and surgery, rather than trying to understand why cancer remains a problem in our modern era, and why there is not a certain solution yet?


In my work, I have the privilege of interacting with many women at varying stages of their preventative measures. Before taking action, we should define cancer’s first steps that can alert us something happening unwonted. Detoxification, alkalization, and oxygenation are the three primary ideas that are important to understand in relation to cancer. The metabolism of estrogen is affected by these three factors. Understanding estrogen metabolism is vitally important for women. Inadequate estrogen metabolism raises the risk of breast cancer in women. There are some core elements that can be affected and reflect its own behaviour in our body. I always tell my patients to be aware that estrogen can be found anywhere: in the air we breathe, in our bodies, and in the food we eat.


This condition is more common in women who have a history of using oral contraceptives or who have undergone repeated cycles of IVF. Poor diet likely plays a role in this trend. Stress is another component, which plays a role by causing the body to release cortisol and subsequently causing inflammation.


Reducing estrogen dominance through diet, supplements, and lifestyle changes has been shown to reduce breast cancer risk. Not enough focus or coverage has been given to these. Approximately 80% of breast cancer occurs in women with little to no family history. Isn’t that unexpected? Research has shown that an increased lifetime exposure to estrogen, and unbalanced estrogen metabolism, is a strong risk factor in the development of breast, ovarian and prostate cancer, as well as estrogen dominant disorders, such as endometriosis and premenstrual syndrome. However, I worry that we don't talk enough about how these genes are activated and the crucial role that toxins, food, and hormonal imbalances play in gene activation.


I make an effort to inform the women I see in my practice about these concerns. But now is the time for a nationwide conversation about this issue and for more people to become aware of the crucial connection between what we eat, how we live in a toxic environment, how our bodies function, and the medical decisions we make. That is important to know how we are living our lives, what are the risk factors, how we improve our awareness? Please, focus on that matter as much as you can.


Xenoestrogens are environmental chemicals that act similarly to estrogen. When added to the estrogen our bodies produce naturally, these contribute to dangerously high levels of the hormone. Estrogen predominance is a common term for this issue. It has been found that women who are estrogen dominant are more likely to experience health problems like breast cancer, ovarian cysts, uterine fibroids, infertility, and miscarriages.


In order to avoid developing estrogen dominance, it is important to protect the body's endogenous estrogen elimination pathways and to limit exposure to xenoestrogens. The elimination of excess estrogen is done by the liver and the intestines. Excess estrogen in the body can be eliminated through a fiber-rich diet. It is the fiber that prevents estrogen from being reabsorbed after it has been eliminated from the body via the digestive tract.


Keep in mind that estrogen metabolism and cancer risk are affected by dietary, hormonal, and environmental factors. We must consider genes, epigenetic factors, hormones, and hormone metabolization. Prevention is the Cure!


As medical doctor and an expert in the DUTCH and DNA Estrogen Test, I perform to find the way for my patients how their body breaks down Estrogen. Have very effective tools to fight against to unintended results. Why don’t we use them? Why don’t we stay healthy and protected? If we have power for our health, why don’t we use?


In health discipline, Prevention Is a Power, If It Is Used At Right Time.


I am here with you to empower the women in your life.


Do not Forget You are not Alone I am With You!



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