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Breast Health Naturally

Breast awareness is the first step in breast health, regular breast self-exams is an important start.  Simple habits in addition to self-exams can help protect your breasts and keep them healthy.  In both western and traditional Chinese medicine there are a few ways women can do this.

According to TCM, breast health the liver meridian links to the breast.  Liver qi congestion can cause a variety of issues, such as pain, distention, and masses.  Emotion is an important part of breast health as well, anger, frustration, and stress can all counteract breast health. 

Avoiding stress and releasing it on a daily basis is crucial; meditation and yoga can help you relax. Self-massage can improve the flow of blood and restore the flow of energy to the breast.  Eating cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage can lower risk of breast issues as well.  Reducing consumption of alcohol and caffeine and switching to green tea which have powerful antioxidant properties is beneficial. 

Western approaches also include a diet rich in cruciferous vegetables and limiting caffeine and alcohol.  Omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil or flaxseed oil and a good multivitamin high in vitamin E is also recommended.  Regular exercise for at least 45 minutes per day, can help boost immune function, maintain a healthy weight, supports normal glucose metabolism, and lower levels of estrogen.

Maintaining awareness of small changes in your breasts throughout menstruation cycles in an excellent way to understand how your body works and self-exams can provide early detection of any issues.  

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.