Meghan Telpner on 4 Things To Do RIGHT NOW to Prevent Breast Cancer




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4 Things to do RIGHT NOW To Prevent Breast Cancer [VIDEO]

by Meghan Telpner

We’re all aware if breast cancer, right? We see the pink ribbons, the walks and talks. I’m over this awareness thing because at the end of the day- even when you are blessed with early detection, you still have cancer to deal with.

In the video below, I have outlined four incredibly easy things you can do right now to start working to prevent breast cancer- and it’s not what you think. I’m not telling you to switch your whole diet to organic and soy-free-vegan or telling you to start pumping yourself full of green juice (though both in moderation, with a smile on your face would help).

4-Tips for Preventing Breast Cancer

The four tips I have outlined are crazy easy and require minimal, if any change to the way you’re already living.

There are of course no guarantees, but I feel comfort in knowing that I did everything I could to make sure the cards are stacked in my favour of maintaining my health. Early prevention is worth every itty bitty effort. Check out my four tips  and when you’re done watching, share below what other little itty bitty things you do to stay on the health train:

What steps are YOU taking to prevent breast cancer? Let us know in the comment box below and you could be chosen to win access to our 10-Day Natural Beauty Mini-Makeover! Just let us know what you’re doing to keep your lady parts lovely and healthy and at the end of the week, we’ll choose a winner!

Meet Meghan Telpner

Meghan

Meghan is one of our upcoming guests for our  Rethink Pink  Summit on breast cancer prevention . Affectionately known as our “firecracker of friendliness” she’s gonna come and set a few things straight about food and healthy living for cancer prevention! You’ll LOVE her call, so make sure you’re signed up for our upcoming Rethink Pink Summit to access this interview.( It will be happening on April 2nd so don’t miss it!)

Meghan Telpner is a Toronto based nutritionista and sought after media personality thanks to her refreshingly humorous, engaging and real approach to healthy living. Her online cooking courses and health programs are improving the health of people around the world. Meghan’s book UnDiet, Eat Your Way to Vibrant Health will be released North America wide in April, 2013. Join Meghan’s community on twitter @MeghanTelpner, or on Facebook at Meghan Telpner Nutritionista. For more visit MeghanTelpner.com

 

 

 

 

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14 Responses to “Meghan Telpner on 4 Things To Do RIGHT NOW to Prevent Breast Cancer”

  1. By Tessie DeLaney on Feb 28, 2013

    Hi,
    Having already had breast cancer once at a young age (33) I am taking steps each day to hopefully prevent it from ever coming back! The most important things I do are to make my own green juices every morning and drink them on an empty stomach. Also I try to include some kind of cruciferous vegetable in my daily menu. This is usually in the form of a kale smoothie, but sometimes broccoli soup or other type of green in my smoothie. I also be sure to include flaxseed in my smoothies. I am also trying to include more anti-cancer foods such as beans, mushrooms, onions, berries and limiting my intake of animal products. I go organic as much as possible. Finally, I try to be very conscious about the amount of sugar I have in my diet because I think it’s one of the worst things to put into my body and is a cancer feeder for sure.

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  2. By Carol Lombard on Mar 3, 2013

    I also use glass containers, eat organic as much as possible, and never where a bra at home. One big thing I do for my lymph glands is to bounce on a rebounder almost daily. I can just feel my lymph glands being massaged and worked as I bounce. It’s incredible. I also practice yoga several times a week. Movement and relaxation are so important. Of course, I eat a healthy diet and try to manage my stress as best I can.

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  3. By Carol Lombard on Mar 3, 2013

    I forgot to add one more important thing I do for cancer prevention and that is to add Chaga mushroom powder to my teas and green smoothies. According to David Wolfe, chaga is major cancer preventative.

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  4. By AngelLee Koerner on Mar 3, 2013

    First, thank you for the four tips. I already do dry brushing all over my body before i shower. I use all organic produce as well. I also add an herbal green powder blend to my green/fruit smoothie in the mornings of which i make. It has a base of barley, kamut, wheat grass and spirulina. Then I add specific powdered organic herbs that support female health like red raspberry, red clover and others for any other area of my body that I feel needs extra support. I also make one for my husband and my four children. This blend is all food from God that totally supports my health and the health of my family. It starts our day out really great and keeps us all really healthy. i also do a 30 to 60 minute workout of either yoga, insanity, brazilian butt lift or whatever workout i can do in my living room before my kids wake up feels so great. Meditation/prayer also helps me to manage any stress. Thanks

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  5. By Wendy on Mar 6, 2013

    Thank you!! Prevention is worth a million cures!!

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  6. By Nelda on Mar 22, 2013

    Thank you, Meghan! Tips are wonderful and easy to do. I’m dry brushing and dance stretching before showering, gives great energy! Enjoying a green smoothie 3 out of 5 mornings!! Cheers!

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  7. By Nelda on Mar 22, 2013

    Want to take off my bra right now! ☺

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  8. By Theresa Rose on Nov 26, 2013

    Hi Everyone!
    I am a little late but I am going to comment any ways! I just whipped my bra off while watching this video….ahh! I’m free! I use natural progesterone cream to help balance hormones for the last two weeks of my cycle. I take Vitex Extract, Herb Pharm Passionflower Extract, Chaga and Reishi Extracts. I drink lots of fresh spring water, enjoy green juices & wild edibles, stay away from processed foods and gluten, eat lots of organic veggies and fruits and enjoy low glycemic foods. Get out in the sunshine for Vitamin D and enjoy going bare foot in the grass to get the healing energy from the earth…..enjoy Nature!! It’s so renewing, healing, balancing and energizing!!
    Big Hugs,
    Theresa Rose <3

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    Reply by Theresa Rose on November 26th, 2013

    Also rebounding or jumping on a trampoline is great for moving lymph fluid and for flushing toxins from the female reproductive system…..yay!

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  9. By Melissa on Nov 26, 2013

    Thanks for the tips. I’m happy that I already practice 3 out of your 4. No more bra on my boobies! If I need some coverage I wear a cami. No plastic. I’m using some of my grandmothers old glass containers for leftovers. And I was all our produce with white vinegar. I have a brush and you’ve given me a motivating reason to start brushing my skin.
    Another thing I do to help my lymphonic system to to bounce on a small trampoline.

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  10. By Marie-Louise on Nov 26, 2013

    Well, no plastic container: check
    As much as organic, when its not, I wash: check
    Taking of my bra, getting better ;-)
    Skin brush, every day! check

    I breastfed my kids. We should talk more about that and educate women about that. And girls, you can still work when you do that, its just organization. And you save time when you don’t need to sterilize all those baby bottles !

    I detox regularly.

    And another important thing: positive thinking!

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  11. By Ruth Heidrich on Nov 26, 2013

    Those four tips might be somewhat helpful but the #1, all-important breast cancer prevention measure is to get all animal products out of your diet! I’m surprised this was not mentioned as it is the #1 CAUSE of breast cancer. Check the well-researched findings of T. Colin Campbell, John McDougall, MD, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, and many more! It’s the DIET, people!!!

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  12. By Dorothy Torrey on Nov 27, 2013

    I had a diagnosis of breast cancer over 10 years ago and to my surprise, have not experienced one sick day because of this diagnosis. I said no to 3 top Boston hospitals and 4 doctors and reversed the cancer doing natural modalities and changing my lifestyle. It took REAL WORK to look at the imbalances in my life and I am always growing and changing. I drink a lot of the right water everyday to dilute the toxins and to wash them out of my body. I make my own very green smoothie in the AM. I eat mainly an alkaline/raw food diet. I take time to meditate and grow spiritually. I take FIR saunas. I changed my “stinking thinking” to creating my life and being filled with gratitude. I am constantly learning about self-caring and loving myself. Being truthful is a guiding principle, and I ask for help and stay grateful!!! I love this journey that I am on. And it helped immensely in my relationships!

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  13. By Dianne on Nov 28, 2013

    I never wear my bra at home..who would have thought it was also good for me and comfy too!

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