Hey GIT Girls! Modern Girl Monday: Being Better to Our Boobies is here.
As we get deeper into March (Women’s HERstory Month), I want to dedicate this post to ALL my ladies as well as each and EVERY woman whom breast cancer has in some way touched.
Modern Girl Monday: Being Better to Our Boobies
As a woman who has never had a mammogram, despite previously asking for one and being denied because I was “too young”, I write this with a feeling of relief that I haven’t had one.
Because I don’t intend on having one. Ever (yes, I know how unorthodox and scary this seems, my mom has already told me lol).
I realize my notion may shock some but please just hear me out because I feel this information is too valuable not to share, and I hope it does save lives, even if it is just one.
To me, that is beyond worth it.
Let me start by sharing this Collective Evolution link on mammograms being known to cause breast cancer-it is radiation after all.
The following information is from my notes during a seminar I attended, “Take Charge of Your Breast Health”, on February 15th at the Sattvic Space, led by Marilyn MacClellen of Image of Health and hosted by Denise Alejandra.
For the rest of this post, I am leaving out my opinion out of it and will just share my notes. If you decide you are interested in the highly recommended thermo imaging, please contact Marilyn MacClellen or Denise Alejandra to schedule a consult with Dr. Stricker.
Radiation: It is always accumulating (you can lightly suggest an opposition to radiation with your doctor).
Cancer: ANY unorganized cell tissue
Factors of Radiation Exposure
TIME: How long you have been exposed
DISTANCE: How far/close you were during exposure
INTENSITY: How concentrated the radiation was
These are cumulative (meaning it all adds up!)
Breast Cancer Statistics
Women – 1 IN 6 (TODAY) VS 1 IN 25 (1960S/1970S)
MEN – 1 IN 12 (TODAY)
FACTORS: Ultrasounds, mammograms, radiation (X-RAYS)
Thermography – Why Use It for Breast Screenings?
Active cells can DOUBLE in number every 90 days
[For example: after a surgery during cauterization, if just ONE infected cell falls back into the bloodstream, the following chart illustrates the potential multiplication process]
Angiogenesis – Thermography Tests for This
- Heat starts BEFORE Lump – [At sight of lump, it’s already late timing] → Thermography allows for adjustments (such as diet) to positively affect the body and perhaps inhibit cancer functionality
- Breast Cancer does NOT kill→ it’s when cancer metastasizes to an organ that it becomes fatal
- All it takes is for one bad cell to enter the bloodstream; it WILL spread to other organs! Breast cancer that is “cured” likes to transform into new cancers, mainly Lung Cancer, Liver Cancer, Brain Cancer, and\or Bone Cancer
- Mammograms only test for DENSITY in breast→ Thermography only test for HEAT in breast but remember, HEAT COMES BEFORE LUMP
- Age 40 is when medical professionals recommend annual mammograms; however, MAMMOGRAMS WERE NEVER DESIGNED TO TEST BREATS EVERY YEAR
- You can get Breast Cancer without having breasts, even at former “breast site” if you’ve done a preemptive mastectomy
Inflammatory cancer is the DEADLIEST form and UNDECTABLE with a mammogram
Lymph nodes depend on OUR BODIES’ MOVEMENT to flush it and drains downward by lymphatic movement
Why Your Lymphatic System May Not Be Flushing Efficiently
Underwire – Causes lymphatic congestion
Deodorant – Inhibits lymphatic drainage
Antiperspirant – Blocks lymphatic excretions
What Can I Do to Protect My Boobies?
- Eat whole foods (combat preservatives)
- Eat seasonably (combat GMOs)
- Consult a Naturopathic Doctor
- Vitamin D (D3) ARE YOUR FRIENDS
Although thermography is beginning to be more widely accepted, keep in mind that Western Medicine doesn’t have a solid respect for this type of screening. So it may be a bit trying at first mention to your medical professional(s). But it’s worth looking in to.
For Further Research:
- “The Big Squeeze” by Handel Reynolds
- “Eat Right for Your Blood Type” by Dr. Peter J. D’Adamo with Catherine Whitney
- “Breast Cancer? Breast Health – The Wise Woman Way” by Susan S. Weed
Until then…get it together girl!