Take the Road Less Traveled
October is known for “pinkwashing” … Many companies jump on the bandwagon to support the breast cancer cause by promoting a pink ribbon product. They produce, manufacture, and/or sell products and link it to the disease. In recent years, the definition has expanded and includes any company or organization that exploits breast cancer for profit.
Instead of following the crowd, spending money on these frivolous pink items, there may be a better way to be our best health advocate. When we take the road less traveled, we can use new ways to promote breast health instead of promoting awareness of cancer.
Self-care with nutrition, stretching and exercise, understanding your emotions and learning how to deal with them, getting rid of toxic waste in your body with a lymphatic breast self-massage are important steps to gain a new perspective and take that road to breast health.
Many women fear what they do not know and are waiting for the bomb to drop. If there are fearful thoughts, it may bring the problem to them. In doing all the right things, a body will naturally respond to having a healthy immune system.
Dispel the fear by seeking love. Learn to love your body for the beautiful temple it is. When your physical body finds it is not capable of doing what you have always done, you’ll learn there are alternative ways and energy to enjoy every minute of each day
There are several books and professionally written blogs with information and education with studies that back up the idea that the old traditional way with radiation and chemo does not always work for the most part. There are other avenues to travel. Trust the information from holistic practitioners such as Dr. Christian Northrup and Dr. Veronique Desaulniers, Breast Cancer Conqueror, with the Seven Essentials and the author of “Heal Breast Cancer Naturally.”
Thermography is an excellent, FDA-approved, safe, noninvasive diagnostic tool that will give you answers to early breast abnormalities. It can be a valuable procedure for alerting your doctor to changes that can indicate early stage breast disease.
Taking the road less traveled, with education about self-care as your focus, puts you in the driver’s seat. It can be invigorating to be in the driver’s seat of your life, with the destination – your wellness. Find happiness and joyful occasions where smiles come easily. Hoot and holler and beat the drums loud to let the world know that you have found love and a new way to travel.