- Radically reduce your intake of sugar/fructose and processed foods.
- Optimize your vitamin D3 level.
- Make intermittent fasting part of your lifestyle.
- Maintain a healthy body weight.
- Exercise at least 3 times per week.
- Get plenty of high-quality animal-based omega-3 fats, such as those from krill oil. Omega-3 deficiency is a common underlying factor for cancer.
- Drink a pint to a quart of organic green vegetable juice daily. Avoid drinking alcohol, or limit your drinks to one a day for women.
- Get proper sleep.
- Eat organic when possible, Follow a Mediterranean diet
- If you have children breastfeed exclusively for up to six months. Research shows this will reduce your breast cancer risk.
- Avoid excessive iron levels.
- Eat flax seeds. The phyto-estrogens protects against breast cancer more effectively than any other food we know of, but may also shrink breast tumors. Lilian Thompson’s research at the University of Toronto shows that flax seeds and estrogen-positive tumors shrank in every woman given flax seeds for three weeks.
- Reduce your physical and emotion stress. How stressed are you? -take the free quiz.
- Stay well hydrated.
Mediterranean diet is “abundant in plant foods, fresh fruit as the typical daily dessert, olive oil as the principal source of fat, dairy products (principally cheese and yogurt), and fish and poultry consumed in low to moderate amounts, zero to four eggs consumed weekly, red meat consumed in low amounts, and wine consumed in low to moderate amounts”. Total fat in this diet is 25% to 35% of calories, with saturated fat at 8% or less of calories.