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Lets talk about hormones and breast cancer because this is an ongoing issue and concern for women and rightfully it should be. Are there then protective hormones in the same category that you’ve been able to identify in your tests and in medical literature. Medical literature first identified serial which is sometimes mentioned as E3 in Holly’s prescriptions and all the other ladies I’ve worked with I always make sure that they are is more of the serial which is anti-carcinogenetic than the other two major estrogens which are estroidle and those are pro-carcinogenetic. So, we want the balance to be appropriate and by the way this applies to guys too. They’re are pro and anti-carnigenet forms of testosterone and we want to keep the balance right. OK, then there’s another one called tumathoxyexodile which actually has been quite well researched and found to be one that either slows down or in a few cases eliminates a variety of cancers all by itself. And its an estrogen made by a woman’s body but some woman don’t make as much and they might. We can encourage her own body if she’s before med pause to make more of that one. So lets say a woman has a history of breast cancer in her family. One of many things to do is get her estrogen checked to see if she is balanced . Balanced? What the ratios? Ya, balanced away from cancer. And if she’s not well all she’s got to do is a little bit of iodine which brings up more estrial and use mentholated forms of b12 and foliate which contribute to making more methyl estrodile. So not just folic acid, methofolate. Folic acid is not a vitamin, folic acid is the fully oxidized form of foliate and folic acid is not found in nature. It was put together by laboratories in the 1940s because it had a longer shelf life. If something is fully oxidized well it can be oxidized any further can it? so, it can sit on a shelf for a long long time. I see . Very fortunately for L. most younger humans can take that folic acid and turn it into foliate but the older we get the less well we do that. and there’s actually a research paper out there showing with people over 60, the higher the folic acid level in the blood the cognitive decline they had. Not good. So, we really want to be staying away from that stuff and using only things that are called foliate. Or there is one that’s a foliate but its called folinic acid and that one by the way is a prescription. It cost a lot of money. ya, so you’re on the pathway of explaining the iodine the methofolate and does when you look at the pathway , the two hydroxyl estrone does that connect at all to the methyl. No that’s estrone and their two madoxyestrodle. But there are a number of things woman can do that cut her risk of breast cancer quite dramatically and most of these apply to guys with prostate , who are trying to prevent prostate cancer too . A lot of things . You mentioned broccoli , cauliflower, and brassica vegetables. Those shift t the 2/16 ratio and that the 2 hydroxyl, estron 16 hydroxyl exon. The ratio between the two can tell you about cancer risk. OK they shifted in a favorable direction, you have less chance of getting either breast or prostate cancer if you’re eating your broccolis and cauliflowers . particularly raw though. Raw is better yes. But oddly enough research has been done with cooked ones and they work too just not as well. Also beside that there is vitamin d. Vitamin D is one of the bigger preventers of breast cancer or risk reduction things and prostate cancer . so there’s that . Then what else is there more, why yes. There’s o mega 3 fatty acids . So you eat more fish, you eat more mega 3 fatty acids. That cuts your risk of breast cancer and then where were are cutting risk of cancer there is iodine. Particularly iodine. There’s another form called iodide and that helps too, but iodine has been found in culture dishes where there is breast cancer cells and other breast cells and you put iodine in there and most of the cancer cells die . Is there any problems with getting too much iodine? Yes, there is . Which would be ? Suppressing your thyroid function. So , just making that function go down, so if you want to use iodide in your not working with a doctor go to the store and get the kelp powder and used kelp powder in the salad. Wherever you like to use kelp powder, it’s mildly salty. its awfully hard to overdose on kelp powder, you’d have to eat quite a lot. That will supply your extra iodine. Ya, there’s been some suggestion that in Japan and cultures that are comfortable with consuming a lot of seaweed and mesa. Which probably has some of the iodine, that they might get an average of 10-15 mg of iodine.