The Huffington Post released a news story on July 5, 2012 titled Breast Cancer Risk Might Be Tied To Breast Size, Study Says.
The article (which you can read by clinking the link above) basically tells us that researchers at a commercial DNA testing service say they have found a handful of genes that help determine whether a woman spends her life as an A cup or a D AND that those genes might be tied to a woman’s risk of breast cancer.
Might being the operative word here.
Are we going to worry about this? Are we going to spend one iota of our time being concerned? NO, WE ARE NOT.
If you are, go back to my post of a couple days ago about The Biology of Belief. Watch the one-hour video by Dr Bruce Lipton. I will say it again – OUR GENES ARE NOT OUR DESTINY.
Here’s What We Do Need To Concern Ourselves With
In order to keep ourselves healthy, there are several things we definitely need to do. As the article mentions (and I do agree with this), obesity is a risk factor for breast cancer, particularly after menopause. So we need to keep our weight down.
We also need to build rock-solid immune systems so that disease can’t get a foot in the door. If you need to know how to do this, contact me.
Studies have also suggested that women with dense breasts are up to 5 times more likely to develop breast cancer, but nobody seems to know why. I don’t worry about that either. I use certain essential oils to help keep myself healthy. See my page Essential Oils For Overall Health and Specific Health Problems.
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By the way, while I was doing research for this article, I discovered that people are obsessed with breast size (no surprise there). Apparently there were 1,300 worldwide Google searches on Angelina Jolie’s breast size. Really? People need to find something better to do with their time! Just sayin’…
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