Reduce Your Risk of Breast Cancer With These Top 10 Tips From Dr. Steven Quay

October is upon us once again, and we all know what that means: it’s breast cancer awareness month. But don’t just wear pink this month. Go further and guard yourself against this devastating disease.

Renowned breast cancer surgeon Dr. Steven Quay has dedicated his entire career to the prevention and treatment of breast cancer. In his 30 years as a physician and research scientist, he has helped more than 80 million people with breast cancer treatment. How? His pioneering efforts in breast cancer research have led to the invention of 7 FDA-approved pharmaceuticals, 87 U.S. patents, and 130 pending U.S. patents. He is currently focused on preventing the nearly 2 million cases of breast cancer in the USA each year.

Here are 10 tips he recommends:

1. Take care of your liver

Since the liver breaks down estrogen, alcohol consumption, drug use, a fatty liver, liver disease, and any other factor that impairs healthy liver function can spur an estrogen build-up.

2. Eat healthy bacteria

Bacterial imbalance in the gut, and other problems that compromise digestion, interfere with the proper elimination of estrogen from the body via the digestive tract. Try including a daily probiotic to your diet.

3. Boost your fiber intake

Insoluble fiber binds to excess estrogen in the digestive tract, which is then excreted by the body. A fiber supplement can also affect the composition of intestinal bacteria and reduce the build-up and re-absorption of free-floating estrogen.  Good sources include wheat bran, corn bran, rice bran, the skins of fruits and vegetables (apples, pears, berries, tomatoes, eggplant, zucchini and carrots), nuts (especially almonds), seeds (particularly sunflower seeds), soybeans, dried beans, and whole-grain foods.

4. Go organic

Some dairy and meat products may contain hormone additives, so choosing organic dairy and meat may reduce your exposure to excess estrogen.

5. Change up your diet

Consume weak phytoestrogenic foods, which counteract the effects of estrogen, such as pomegranate, flaxseeds, pears, apples, berries, organic non-GMO fermented soy, wheat germ, oats, and barley.
6. Ensure you’re getting your vitamins

The body requires sufficient intake of zinc, magnesium, vitamin B6 and other essential nutrients, not only to support the breakdown and elimination of estrogen, but also to aid the function of enzymes responsible for the conversion of testosterone to estrogen.

7. Be mindful of what you consume

Avoid exposure to xenoestrogens from plastics, cosmetics and the birth control pill. Xenoestrogens mimic the effects of estrogens, and tend to be found in water, soil and food products.

8. Be soy careful

Soy has a relatively high concentration of some types of estrogens, so try to avoid unfermented soy products like tofu and soy milk.

9. Manage your stress
As the body responds to high levels of stress, it “steals” progesterone to manufacture the stress hormone cortisol, often leaving a relative excess of estrogen.

10. Sleep well
Maintaining poor sleep habits cause a reduction in the hormone melatonin, which helps protect against estrogen dominance. Aim for seven to eight hours of sleep per night in a cool, dark room.

For more information on Dr. Quay and his efforts fo prevent breast cancer, visit

Got ED? Get GAINSWave. Don’t be shy: Your Sex Life Depends on it.

Alright, things are about to get serious, people. There is no way to enter this conversation lightly, so let’s just do it head on (can’t help the pun).

ED. Erectile Dysfunction. No man wants to talk about it. And he certainly doesn’t want his partner to talk about it with anyone either. Ok…so…then…what’s the plan? Give up having sex for the rest of one’s life? Get Viagra?

Those are two legit options (though we sincerely hope the first one is a road less traveled).

“Heart disease, high blood pressure and high blood sugar can all cause ED,” Dr. Judson Brandeis tells Bustle. “Finding and treating the cause(s) of your ED can help your overall health and wellbeing.”

Ok, so how about trying something, dare we say – revolutionary? Ok, that word has been overused. But there is no other way to describe GAINSWave, the newest drug and surgery-free ED therapy that works in 20 minutes by using shock waves to regenerate erection quality and sexual performance that is “beyond what Viagra and Cialis could imagine,” according to Men’s Health.

“GAINSWave ® is a safe, comfortable treatment for men to optimize sexual performance and to reverse the effects of Erectile Dysfunction (ED) due to poor blood flow.”

For more information (and for the love of your sex life), visit

Read the recent publicity article “16 Fascinating Things You Never Knew About The Male Body” on Bustle featuring Dr. Brandeis, garnered by Dunn Pellier Media.

The Silent Epidemic that is Spreading Across America

Did you grow up in the Northeast? How about the Midwest? If you answered yes, listen up: according to research compiled by the Boston Globe, approximately 96% of all Lyme disease cases in the USA were contracted in 14 states within those regions. Never heard of Lyme? It’s a silent terrorizer. All you’ve ever needed was the bite of one infected tick, and – if undetected – your life likely changed forever. You just didn’t know it. It could have happened when you were seven years old at summer camp, on a walk through the woods, in the grass in your own backyard. A bug bite. Business as usual for being in nature, right? Unfortunately, no. And now too many of us are paying the price.

Imagine suffering from random symptoms like stomach pain, paralysis, joint stiffness, and so many other symptoms that it has become entirely too difficult to lay them all out. This disease seems to have a mind of its own, and it seems to affect everybody differently. Good thing it all has one thing in common: DNA. 

Dr. Crozier is a nationally recognized physician and pioneer in genetics-based medicine. A survivor of Lyme disease himself, he has dedicated his practice to using integrative medicine to use genetic testing to develop a unique treatment plan for every one of his patients with this debilitating disease. Dr. Crozier then uses genetic information to recommend a combination of IV therapies, supplements, nutrition, and other natural therapies. Dr. Crozier has successfully treated a wide array of conditions and diseases, including chronic fatigue, tick-borne disease, parasitic infection, and mold (and other) toxicity. He has even been enormously successful in reducing the symptoms of autism and ADD/ADHD in children. His underlying philosophy is to “optimize the body.”

For more information about Lyme disease or about Dr. Crozier, visit 

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