Friday, May 17, 2013

Cutting Off Your Breasts

Women are cutting off their breasts in fear that they may get breast cancer someday. It seems radical to me given the risks of surgery, the toxicity of anesthesia and drugs, and the long term effects of breasts implants.

My dad is a pathologists and he said implants that had been taken out of women were covered with ugly looking stuff.  The body tries to rid itself of foreign objects.  Once you get implants, you have to have them replaced every ten years or so.

Rather than do all this to prevent cancer, why not eat a lot of fruits and vegetables which are proven to prevent cancer and stay as far away as you can from toxic chemicals and sugar which are proven to cause cancer? It would seem to be a wiser decision to do everything you can to build a strong and healthy immune system.

If you have breast cancer, I completely understand going this route but to prevent cancer  this way seems like you may be causing cancer by trying to prevent it since surgery and drugs are very hard and toxic on the body.

The same thing puzzles me about scheduling C-sections for a mother's convenience. Many working mothers do this. This is major surgery!  The stomach and uterus are cut open. Then one must live on strong pain killers for awhile afterwards that I am sure are transferred to the baby if one nurses her baby.

Some actions like these two just make no sense to me. Yes, I am glad there are mastectomies for women who have breast cancer and C-sections for women who would be putting their lives and their babies lives at risk if they didn't have one, but to do this voluntarily is difficult for me to understand.

Major surgery is hard on the body. There are many risks. Choose carefully when making these kind of decisions. Pray, ask for wisdom, and research before taking these drastic measures and do all you can to prevent cancer.

The very idea that breast cancer is a "percent risk" is a complete lie. In reality, everyone has cancer micro-tumors in their bodies, including myself. Cancer is not a disease you just "get" like being randomly struck by lightning. It's something you must "manage" or "prevent" day by day, meal by meal, through a lifestyle choice that involves vitamin D supplementation, nutrition, superfoods, vegetable juices and avoidance of cancer-causing chemicals and radiation. So when a doctor says you have a "chance" of getting cancer, what he's implying is that you have no control over cancer, and that's an outright lie. Cancer quackery, in other words. {Sarah's Daughter}

Beloved, I pray that all may go well with you
 and that you may be in good health,
 as it goes well with your soul.
3 John 1:2