More good news on probiotics, breasts and cancer
By Dr. Alan Kadish NMD
New findings by published in the journal Applied and Environmental Microbiology, suggest strongly that having the “right” mix of bacteria in your breasts can reduce your risk of breast cancer.
Researchers looked at both healthy breast tissue and those with cancers. They found a much higher proportion of healthy breasts contained lactobacillus and streptococcus vs those with cancers had e-coli and staphylococcus.
Interestingly and pivotal, the researchers found that by eating products with the lactobacillus such as supplements or in food products it does migrate to the breasts.
Once again mother nature has a good idea, balance your gut bacteria for overall health. Want assistance with knowing what’s in your gut and then addressing the bacteria as it may take more than just some yogurt to change the internal environment.
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