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The Male Breast  Cancer Blog

by HIS Breast Cancer Awareness

Are you "aware" and making healthier choices?

You hear all about awareness for breast cancer through the gazillion commercials and advertisements with the pink ribbon letting you know you should “be aware”. Do you choose the foods you eat or the personal care products you use because they support Breast Cancer? And why are these products only supporting women’s needs? What about the men?! Are they really teaching you anything or just helping to increase their profits which in turn allows them to...

You’re eating healthier and you have made exercise a part of your day and or week, is this enough?  You’re on the way but we believe in added nutritional supplements for optimal health and wellness.  Our body needs fuel whether it’s food or supplementation and inferior nutrition sets us up for disease.

How much broccoli, brussel-sprouts, apples and blueberries (anythocyanins) can you eat in a day? Or can you drink enough red wine to reap the rewards of Resveratrol without becoming...

What Can “I” do? Many years ago I remember asking my doctor this question only to be told;

“We’ll keep a close watch and have a mammogram done every 6 months” with the thoughts of catching anything that appears early so we can take care of it quickly.

But that wasn’t my question! My question was- what can “I” do?! There must be something to assist with prevention?!  With the help of my husband, we researched and have learned over the past 15 years, there are many things we can do for and to assist...

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