It’s unfortunate how many women believe breast cancer can’t be prevented, especially due to predispositions, but the truth is that breast cancer can be negated with natural solutions.
One of those methods is very safe and simple. Dr. Jeffrey Dach has grabbed several international clinical, lab, and case study reports that demonstrate the efficacy of iodine ingestion for breast cancer, which are linked below this article.
In other words ladies, you won’t need a preemptive double mastectomy promoted by Angelina Jolie and a Miss America contestant and others even if you have genes that predispose you to breast cancer.
Some Iodine Data
Iodine’s RDA (Recommended Dietary Allowance) is 150 mcg (micrograms) per day. Dr. Guy Abraham insists we should be taking in 12.5 mg (milligrams) of elemental iodine daily. This is 100 times greater than the RDA.
It’s also the estimated iodine per individual intake from seaweed and seafood among Japan’s population. Japan has the lowest rates of thyroid, prostate, and breast cancer. Some might argue that the Japanese get their iodine from food, and that iodine supplements are unsafe.
Well, the FDA recommends 165 mcg of iodine supplementation to prevent thyroid cancer in the event of a radiation emergency, and iodine has been used medicinally with even higher doses in the past.
Speaking of thyroid cancer, there has been an upsurge of thyroid nodule detection in mainstream medicine, leading to partial or complete removal of thyroid glands to determine whether the nodules are cancerous.
Some biopsy! Even if no cancer is detected, the person is sentenced to a lifetime of synthetic prescription thyroid hormones. Iodine supplementation can prevent that unhealthy scenario also.
Iodine Supplements and Cancer Research and Case Studies
Iodine has been determined to actually alter breast cancer associated gene expressions. It turns off cancer promoting genes and turns on genes that promote cancer cell apoptosis or cellular suicide. If you want scientific evidence for that, here it is.
Dr. Guy Abraham developed a product called Idoral. And Dr. Edward Group, DC, ND, lists four types of iodine supplements that vary in bio-availability: Nascent iodine, Lugol’s solution, potassium iodide, and transformative nano-colloidal detoxified iodine.
The cancer industry’s willful denial of iodine for breast cancer is not because it’s ineffective and dangerous; it’s because supplemental iodine can’t be patented.
Dr. Dach lists many international in vivo studies using rats, epidemiological human surveys, and in vitro (petri dish) lab studies demonstrating the efficacy and safety of ingesting elemental iodine for cancerous tumors.
Dr. Jeffrey Dach’s data is featured here with case studies.