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Dr. Bob "The Drugless Doctor" Shares Tips in Light of Angelina Jolie's Mastectomy
Date:5/16/2013

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 16, 2013

Angelina Jolie’s public announcement regarding a preventative double mastectomy impacts a specific cohort and their personal views on pursuing preventative measures. Respecting the world-renowned actress’ decision, Dr. Bob, “The Drugless Doctor” challenges the concept of undergoing prophylactic or preventative mastectomies by sharing paramount health tips.

“Like any cancer, breast cancer is a profound disease characterized by uncontrollable cell division while affecting lives in an unimaginable and indescribable manner,” said Dr. Bob. “I sympathize with Angelina Jolie’s decision to undergo the procedure but the truth is women have to acknowledge preventative health measures as well. It’s critical for women of all ages to integrate an all-natural lifestyle to reduce potential risks of breast cancer. The BRAC gene accounts for less than 10% of breast cancers and given the fact 95% of breast cancer is a result of estrogen saturation, individuals have a high chance of reducing the risk of the life threatening implication by abiding to a healthy lifestyle.”

Dr. Bob offers the following tips on drugless preventative measures:

1. GO ORGANIC
Soy, canned food and conventional animal products possess a high rate of estrogen alongside chemicals detrimental to long-term health. Work with the body, not against it. Make sure to adhere to an organic lifestyle and elude from unhealthy foods and processed foods. For instance broccoli is the best green food when it comes to decreasing high estrogen levels.

2. MANAGE A HEALTHY WEIGHT
Belly fat produces unnecessary estrogen. Manage a healthy weight to reduce the risk of an increased estrogen level as weight reduction decreases other health implications. Steer away from unhealthy snacking habits and utilize Dr. Bob’s ABC’s; apples, beets, and carrots.

3. THE LIVER FUNCTION IS ESSENTIAL
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