Archive for January 23rd, 2014

New Theories on Breast Cancer from Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

January 23rd, 2014

A recent study from Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, Washington has shown that women who have been taking statin drugs for more than 10 years may face increased invasive breast cancer rates at more than 200 percent. Many physicians will continue to prescribe a daily statin dose to women who have cholesterol levels over 200. According to researchers there are not enough conclusive studies to show that statins actually protect women from fatal heart attacks.

According to the study, in the United States today, 25 percent of American women over 45, who have been taking Cresto, Mevacor, Pravachol or Vytorin, Zocor for more than 10 years had a 204 percent increased chance of developing invasive ductal breast cancer. What’s worse, they have a 243 percent increased chance of developing invasive lobular breast cancer.

To stay in control of our own health, it is best to be proactive by knowing what direction to take and the desired results. Today many individuals are reviewing with experts their lifestyle changes such as diet, exercise, and skin detoxification.

Recent developments in breast health issues are proving to be a game changer. Herbalix formulated Sentinel Breast Creme, designed to help keep breasts clean and healthy. The creme was used by women in a clinical trial showing changes/patterns in the breasts. These changes were tracked and observed thru thermal imaging.

The Sentinel Breast Creme is part of the Herbalix 80 Night Lymph Detox Program.

The 80 Night Lymph Detox Program for Women includes the following:

•Detox Deodorant – 2.5 oz
•Geranium Deodorant – 2.5 oz
•Coriander Kelp Scrub Bar from Whole Nubian Goat’s Milk – 4 oz
•Belly Fat Freedom – 4 oz
•Sentinel Breast Crème – .47 oz

For more information on the effects of aluminum on the body, visit www.Herbalix.com

Source: The Hutchinson Study: Long-term statin use and risk of ductal and lobular breast cancer among women 55-74 years of age. http://bustingbreastcancer.org/national-breast-cancer-prevention-project/breast-cancer-rates-soar-for-women-taking-statin-drugs/#sthash.JyyvYr3Q.dpuf