Natural Tips For Breast Cancer By Linda Mackenzie, PH.D

Natural Tips for Breast Cancer By Linda Mackenzie, Ph.D. (c)


Breast Cancer is not automatically a death sentence.
In fact, the statistical model used to predict cancer death rates was recently found to be
So, in fact, there are many more cancer survivors than are reported in “the statistics”.
The breast contains lymphatic vessels, milk ducts, lobes and fatty tissue.
The breast is mainly a round mass of glandular tissue with fifteen to twenty lobes.
Each lobe has a duct that leads to an opening in the nipple.
The framework of the breast is composed of connective tissue with a ligament layer
beneath the breast,
which provides firmness.
Most breast lumps are cysts and fibroid masses that are not
Cancerous tumors and lumps never go away.
They are firm and usually pain-free, and can appear in any part of the breast.
A biopsy may be needed to determine if a lump is cancerous.

Some of the symptoms of breast cancer are:
Thickening of the breast
Itchiness of the nipple

There are several kinds of breast cancer. They are categorized
by the site where the cancer cells
originated and the area of the breast in which they are located.

These are:Paget’s disease of the nipple

Lobular carcinoma (breast lobe cancer)

Intraductal carcinoma in situ (localized within the ducts)

Infiltrating ductal carcinoma (invasive milk duct cancer)

Inflammatory carcinoma (lymphatic/blood vessel cancer)

Adenoid cystic carcinoma (uncommon)

Malignant cytosarcoma phylliodes (uncommon)

Medullary carcinoma (uncommon)

Tubular carcinoma (uncommon)

Cancer is unrestrained cell growth. Heredity, estrogen and environmental factors
seem to be the main cause of breast cancer.
Heredity cancers usually develop before the age of fifty.
Estrogen promotes cellular growth in the breast.
Environmental factors such as pesticides, chemicals, radiation,
and silicone implants have been linked to breast cancer.

There is an increased risk of breast cancer among women who:
Are childless – in menopause
Started menstruation before 9 years of age
Have had a child after 40 years of age
Consume large amounts of caffeine, alcohol and sugar
Have diabetes
Use oral contraceptives
Eat high-fat diets – are obese
Especially for women over 50 years of age
Use ERT (estrogen replacement therapy) after long-term use of 10 years or more
Frequent exposure to medical x-rays
Breast cancer is most common in women over 40
Especially postmenopausal women
Although you can get breast cancer at any age
Men also get breast cancer although it occurs less frequently


Traditional medical treatments for breast cancer include:
Radiation therapy
Chemotherapy plus bone marrow treatment
Hormone therapy
Or a combination of these treatments.

Doctors once thought that extensive surgery could
control the spread of Cancer, however they now
believe that the cancer cells may break away
from the primary tumor during surgery and spread
through the bloodstream, even in the early stages of the disease.
The use of drug treatment after surgery is used to kill these cells.
The key to any therapy is Research! Research! Research!


Some of the natural health care treatments include: Antineoplaston therapy
Dr. Burzynski uses amino acid derivatives to inhibit the growth of cancer
Biological and Pharmacologic therapy – use of non toxic medications
Plant cell medications and human cell medications
Shark Cartilage therapy – blocks the creation of new blood
vessels which are required for cancer to grow
and thus starves the tumor
Herbal Remedies

Immune System Treatments/Immunologic Therapies

bolsters the immune system to combat & destroy

cancer cells using a whole body program of detoxifying the body by diet

Uncontaminated water and   vitamins

Metabolic Therapy – uses detox, colon cleansing, anti-cancer diets based

on whole foods plus vitamins

Minerals and enzymes

Nutritional Supplement Therapies

Diet Therapies

Detoxification Therapies

Ozone and Oxygen Therapies

Lifestyle Therapies

Mind-Body Therapies

counseling, bio-feedback, hypnosis, visualization,

imagery, yoga,   massage therapy, meditation, relaxation techniques


Avoid: over the counter meat, poultry, & dairy products;

fatty, charred or grilled foods; well-done meat, processed refined foods,

junk food, animal and vegetable oils, saturated fats, white flour,

sugar, salt, NO alcohol, NO caffeine, drugs, nicotine,

saturated fats, artificial flavorings, colorings and preservatives.

Good Foods: Low in fat, high-fiber, mostly vegetarian diet; whole grains,

fruits & vegetables, tart cherries, spinach, cabbage,

yellow & orange vegetables (carrots, squash, sweet potatoes, yams),

red & green peppers, turnips, tomatoes, broccoli,

cauliflower, Brussel sprouts, avocado, salt-water fish,

brown rice, corn, alfalfa, soybeans, kelp, onions, strawberries,

raw nuts (no peanuts), horseradish, yogurt, maitake and reishi mushrooms.

10 raw almonds a day – Steamed distilled or spring water (no tap water)

fruit juices in the AM – Vegetable juices in the PM

because other types contain residue of estrogenic

hormones have been linked to promoting breast cancer


Multivitamin & mineral supplement (from a health food store please);

Plus extra Vitamin B complex (100mg/each),

Vitamin E (400IUs a day and increase slowly to 1,000 IU a day)

Vitamin C (5,000-20,000 mg/day)

Essential Fatty Acids (flaxseed, borage or black current oil) – helps good cell reproduction

Coenzyme Q10 (100mg/day)

DMG (as directed on bottle) – improves oxygenation of the cells

Beta-carotene ((10,000IU/day)

Colostrum (as directed on bottle)

Garlic, SOD

Pycnogenol, – boosts immune system, accelerates healing

Germanium (200 mg/day)

Shark Cartilage (750 mg/day)

Maitake (4,000-8,000mg/day)

Vitamin D3

Acidolphilus (non-dairy kind)

SAMe (as directed)

Bee Propolis, – helps deter cancer growth

Melatonin (3-50mg) – helps block estrogen-receptor sites on breast cancer cells

Calcium (2000mg/day)

Magnesium (1000mg/day)

Potassium (99mg/day)

Zinc (50mg/day) – aids normal cell division and function

Digestive Enzymes – helps reduce inflammation

Selenium (200-400mcg/daily) – has been found to help prevent formation of certain types of breast tumors



 A daily juice of organic fresh broccoli,
cauliflower, carrots, kale, dark leafy greens
and an apple – Other good juices – Beet, Grape,
Black Cherry, Carrot, Cabbage


Burdock root, Dandelion Root, Milk Thistle, Red Clover – helps protects liver & blood cleansing
Cumin, Tumeric, Ginseng – may inhibit breast tumor growth & have cancer fighting ability
Ginko Biloba, Cat’s Claw,Cranberry, Parsley, Boswelia, Andrographics Peniculata, Olive Leaf Extract



essiac tea (Old Indian Remedy), Red Clover, Green, Ginger, Peppermint & Ginseng

SPICES These spices may have Anti-Cancer Properties:

Cardamon, Cayenne Pepper, Ginger, Rosemary, Sage, Thyme, Cumin and Tumeric


Eucalyptus, Hyssop, Bergamot, Geranium

This information is not intended to diagnose, treat,

cure or prevent any disease and we recommend

you check with your health care practitioner before beginning any treatment.

Source by Linda Mackenzie, PH.D