breast cancer theory
do deodorants/antiperspriants contribute to breast cancer?
Date: 2/18/2005 8:57:42 AM ( 16 y ) ... viewed 2688 times
This seems plausible to me. Note the daily ritual of many American women. Consider this scenario. Shower and open the pours of your armpits with hot water. Get out and apply a commercial antiperspirant. Have you ever stopped to read the ingredients on these products? They contain aluminum and other extremely toxic ingredients. Do you feel they are safe because they are approved by the FDA? Well, guess again. Do some research and you may find these are dangerous ingredients. And you are subcutaneously applying them to your body - to travel through your skin and into your lymph nodes and into your breast tissue. Stop this if you are doing it. There are plenty of natural products if you want to use a deodorant. Give your armpits a break; if you must shave, do so only in summer when you are sleeveless. If your guy objects, tell him to shave his armpits. This is an unnecessary American ritual - one which I personally will not participate in. Don't shave, don't use toxic commercial underarm products. Don't get breast cancer and take your selenium. 200 micrograms a day! peace and love and health to you all.
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