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How To Support Breast Health, Everyday

Oct 16

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Aromatase is an enzyme found in increased amounts in fibroids, endometriosis and breast cancer cells. The key to aromatase management is phytochemical complexity from fruits and vegetables. Research has shown plant based chemicals in food inhibit human aromatase. This simple fact helps improve breast health and reduces one’s chance of developing breast cancer. In addition to a plant-based diet, I personally use I3C or DIM (diindolylmethane) to assist in reducing aromatase with my patients.

There are certain genes to be investigated through blood or saliva. These include: MTHFR, CYP 1B1, COMT and GSTP +/-. I feel that the genes load the gun and the environment pulls the trigger. We live in a very toxic world. Toxicity is metabolized through different pathways. Also for consideration are the timing of vulnerability, the influence of multiple chemical exposures and the effect of low dose toxicity.

According to the World Cancer Research Fund and the American Institute for Cancer Research, 2009, more than 50% of cancers have a nutritional component in their etiology. We are talking about organochlorinated pesticides, herbicides including atrazine and glyphosate (Roundup), plastics and plasticizers, fuels, PBDE’s (flame retardants), Dioxin, Teflon, phthalates, air fresheners, cosmetics, personal additives, and heavy metals.

The maker of Tamoxifen and Arimidex is AstraZeneca.  This company is the main sponsor of Breast Cancer awareness month. The joke is their subsidiary company, Syngenta makes Atrazine! This is an herbicide that causes human cancers. You must be kidding me!!!

These are the companies selling both pharmaceuticals and pesticides:



Dow Chemical






This is Dr. Banks’s nutritional therapy in dealing with estrogen imbalance and how to deal with excess estrogen in the body.

  1. Avoid xenoestrogens and endocrine disruptors

  2. Decrease aromatase by decreasing inflammation

  3. Promote a healthy 2/16 ratio phase 1 estrogen metabolites with diet and supplements

  4. Improve phase 2 liver detoxification increasing glutathione

  5. Promote healthy methylation

  6. Encourage healthy intestinal excretion

  7. Adequate hydration

  8. Eat more veggies

  9. Support GI health

  10. Improve detoxification

  11. Support adrenals

  12. Sleep

  13. Enjoyable exercise

14.  Use bio-identical hormones when needed.



Sugar, caffeine, alcohol and junk food

Toxic chemicals and xenoestrogens

Hormonal imbalance


Avoid unnecessary drugs and artificial hormones

If you have any questions or concerns about your lifestyle choices, please feel free to contact me about a nutritional consultation. I am a Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner and am here to help you add years to your life and life to your years.

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