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Antiperspirants and Breast Cancer


Do Antiperspirants Cause Breast Cancer?

In a recent article on Mercola.com, Russel L. Blaylock M.D., says that a number of studies have shown that, “. . . free iron concentrations in breast tissue, especially the ductal tissue, is playing a major role in stimulating cancer development and eventual progression to aggressive, deadly cancers.”

Dr. Blaylock goes on to say:

“We now know that both aluminum and alcohol can displace the iron from its protective proteins, raising the level of harmful free iron, even when these protective proteins are not fully saturated with iron.9

If this occurs within the breast, as this study demonstrates, free iron levels in the breast ductal tissue can become dangerously high and over time induce malignant tumor formation.

The question to be asked is–where did the aluminum come from?

The authors of the paper suggested underarm antiperspirants as a possibility . . .”

This caught my attention because, yesterday evening, I was watching a commercial on television featuring a number of women celebrating the fact that they weren’t experiencing unsightly under-arm perspiration due to whatever product they were promoting. And I was thinking about how, if any one of those women developed a little of her potential energy awareness, she’d be getting that stuff off herself as fast as she possibly could . . .

Energy Effects Of Aluminum-Containing Antiperspirants

We’ve been recommending, for over 30 years, that people avoid antiperspirants containing aluminum. Not because ‘the science says so’ – there’s a lot of dodgy science out there, so that’s rarely a good enough reason on its own – but because as soon as you put on an aluminum-based antiperspirant, the following areas of your body start losing their health qi energy:

  • Breasts
  • Bladder
  • Prostate
  • Frontal Lobes of the Brain
  • Spinal Cord

What this means is that the health-maintaining energy available to  these areas of your body will be less than if you hadn’t used that antiperspirant. Does it matter? Probably not if, like me, you use it once every few months, over a weekend – in my case, because I’m delivering a training and waving my arms around a lot . . .

But if you damage the energy – because that is what you are doing with this kind of product – of these areas of your body, every day of the week, month in month out, you are asking for trouble. And trouble is what millions of people are getting:

  • Breast, Bladder, Prostate Cancer
  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Multiple Sclerosis

If you hit anything long enough and hard enough – and aluminum in antiperspirants is a chemical ‘hammer’ – it’ll start falling apart . . .

Avoid Aluminum Antiperspirants

Of course, this doesn’t mean aluminum-based antiperspirants are the only causes of these diseases – the causes of almost all diseases are multi-factorial. But a health-conscious person takes rational steps to reduce likely disease-causing factors in their life, and this is one of them.

Eventually, there will be such a mass of evidence against aluminum-based antiperspirants that they will, at least, come with a health-warning printed on them. But don’t hold your breath. There’s a lot of money in that market, which means a lot of political pressure to keep the gravy train rolling.

So, in the meantime, take responsibility for your own health: reduce your toxic burden. And, ideally, develop your own energy awareness so you can see, for yourself, how you are being affected by the choices you make about what you put on your body. There’s plenty of alternatives to aluminum-containing antiperspirants, at your friendly local health food store.

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