Natural Breast Cancer Treatment

Breast cancer is the most common condition, affecting women in both North America and Europe, and it is the second leading cause of death, after lung cancer, of American women.


Due to the toxic effects of conventional breast cancer treatments, more and more women are seeking natural breast cancer treatments.

Yes! Nutritional therapy, not drugs, is the cornerstone of effective natural breast cancer treatment.

The most obvious and common sense first step to natural breast cancer treatment is to Stop eating foods that are fueling he growth of your breast cancer.

Recent research has confirmed that the wrong diet and wrong lifestyle habits are the major driving factor behind breast cancer in this country.

The Following Are Practical Steps That You Can Take Right Now to Start Treating Your Breast Cancer Naturally.

1. Avoid commercially produced dairy products

Recent scientific studies have suggested that dairy products may be linked to increased risk for breast cancer.

Since the 1980’s, study after study has linked dairy consumption to a high incidence of breast and other cancers. Read more »

2. Avoid red meats

Women who eat a lot of meat, particularly red or processed meats, may be more likely to develop breast cancer, according to a large study of British women.

A recent study found that, women who ate more than 1½ servings of red meat per day were almost twice as likely to develop hormone-related breast cancer as those who ate fewer than three portions per week, one study found. Read more »

3. Avoid processed meats 

To reduce your risk of breast cancer, it is imperative that you reduce your consumption of processed meats such as salami, cured meats, frankfurters, and smoked lox. Read more »

4. Avoid trans-fats

Avoid consumption of processed foods, which is the main source of industrially produced trans-fatty acid.

An increased intake of trans-fatty acids may raise the risk of breast cancer by 75 percent, suggest the results from the French part of the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition. Read more »

5. Avoid vegetable Oils

Increased consumption of omega-6 fatty acids, found in corn oil and most of the oils used in bakery products, could be a reason for the rise in incidence of breast cancer in recent years, say many health researchers. Read more »

6. Eat Omega-3 fatty acids

Eat at least three servings a week of cold-water fish such as tuna, wild salmon, halibut, mackerel, haddock, cod, and sardines. If you don’t eat fish, you can also take fish oil capsules (2 to 10g a day). Read more »

Epidemiological research has clearly identified a significant inverse correlation between a woman’s consumption of foods rich in omega-3 fats and her risk for breast cancer. Read more »

7. Eat more dietary fiber

Get plenty of fiber from foods such as fruits and vegetables, beans, and whole grains.

Dietary fiber may be important in the prevention of breast cancer. Read more »

8. Eat Flax seeds

A new Canadian study shows that flax can significantly slow the rate of breast cancer cell growth. Read more »

9. Eat Cruciferous Vegetables

Consume plenty of cruciferous vegetables–broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, turnips, bok choy, kale, and cauliflower. Steam them or eat them raw to best preserve their cancer-fighting nutrients. Read more »

10. Drink Green Tea


A new study conducted by researchers at the University of Mississippi researchers now finds that consuming Green tea which contains epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG) significantly inhibits breast tumor growth in female mice. Read more »

11. Eat chlorella and spirulina

Both chlorella and spirulina are microscopic plants that grow in fresh water.  And they’ve been around for quite some time: a few billion years, actually. These are some of the earliest and simplest life forms on the planet, appearing way before animals roamed these lands. Read more »

12. Avoid Processed soy products

Researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign recently announced results of research suggesting that the highly purified soy foods and soy supplements marketed in the United States may promote the growth of some pre-existing breast cancers. Read more »

13. Eat whole soy products

There have been many studies suggesting that eating whole soy products can help to lower the risk of breast cancer. It’s been shown for example that Oriental women, who have a lower-than-normal incidence of breast cancer.  Read more »

14. Avoid Pesticides

Pesticides, along with PCBs, dioxin and other environmental contaminants may act as endocrine disrupters– interfering with hormonal action and body functions. This makes them possible risk factors for hormone-related cancers such as breast cancer. Read more »

15. Avoid chlorinated water

Studies show that there is a high correlation between chlorine and breast cancer, said Tim Hickey, co-founder of  Read more »

16. Reduce Bra Wearing

In a study by Singer and Grismaijer in 1995, 3 out of 4 women studied who wore a bra for 24 hours a day developed breast cancer compared to 1 out of 168 who wore a bra rarely or never. Read more »

17. Avoid antiperspirants or deodorants

Commercial deodorants and antiperspirants may block the protective detox mechanism of the armpit. Read more »

18. Stop smoking!

Researchers have found that smoking may be an important risk factor for breast cancer among Caucasian women who are post-menopausal, and have a weakened form of an enzyme important in detoxifying carcinogens. Read more »

19. Avoid second hand smoke

Scientists at an influential California agency have concluded that secondhand smoke causes breast cancer, a finding that could have broad impact on cancer research and lead to even tougher anti-smoking regulations. Read more »

20. Avoid Alcohol

A recent study found that even modest drinking (an average of half a serving to one serving of alcohol a day) ups breast cancer risk by 16% in pre-menopausal women and 18% in post-menopausal women. Read more »

21. Avoid BPA In Plastics

Don’t put your coffee, tea or other such hot beverages in plastic – Use ceramic mugs and glasses instead.

BPA is an estrogen-like compound found in plastic bottles and plastic containers. BPA mimics estrogen, plugging into hormone receptors; causing endocrine disruption. Read more »

23. Avoid Antibiotics

In the first U.S. study of its kind, researchers found that increased use of antibiotics was linked with increased risk of breast cancer. Read more »

24. Detoxify 

The body eliminates toxins naturally all the time through the kidneys and the colon. But many toxins imitate nutritional minerals and hormones and get into the cell walls, bones and ligaments. Read more »


Natural remedies are far safer and more effective ways to deal with breast cancer prevention and healing. However, a surprising number of people are not aware of or simply do not believe this information. This is just another example of how powerful drug companies are controlling information and hiding natural remedies to keep people dependent on their drugs.