Sexy Breast Self-Exam and Other Ways to Love Your Boobs

by Cynthia on October 25, 2011

As yet another National Breast Cancer Awareness Month winds to a close, we have indeed had our share of pink ribbons and walk-a-thons for the cure.  I leave you with a humorous take on monthly breast self-exams as well as some key points on preventing breast cancer.

Common Sense Ways to Prevent Breast Cancer

In a recent post I gave an alternative view on The Cure for Breast Cancer.  Along those same lines, here are common sense tips for preventing breast cancer.

  • For heaven’s sake, live a healthy lifestyle.
  • Eliminate or limit alcohol consumption.
  • Perform monthly Breast Self-Exams.  See above video.  And make it fun.
  • Stop smoking or breathing second-hand smoke.
  • Eliminate exposure to carcinogens examples of which are cancer-causing foods, unnecessary x-rays, chemically laden household and personal care products/cosmetics.
  • Minimize exposure to pharmacologic estrogens which are found in hormone replacement therapy, pesticides, industrial chemicals, non-organic dairy products, meat and poultry, personal care products and cosmetics.
  • Adopt a routine of massage with Young Living Essential Oils:

Layer on the breast and massage daily for 4 days, then rest for 4 days.  Repeat.
15 drops frankincense
12 drops Idaho balsam fir
10 drops orange
10 drops lavender

These simple habits to prevent breast cancer can also help you to stay vibrant and healthy, develop a strong, resilient immune system and reduce your risk of colds, flus, viruses and many other degenerative diseases.  My wish for you is that you will take your life choices seriously yet with a sense of humor and may you never get to a point where you get up close and personal with any type of cancer.

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