We all know that cancer is a disease on the rise. There are various treatments available in the market but nothing beats the age old strategy of prevention. Detoxifying your underarms may help you reduce the chances of developing breast cancer.
It might not be common knowledge, but using underarm deodorants can increase your chances of getting breast cancer. Why is that? Let’s find out.
Deodorants and anti-perspirants contain a variety of carcinogens (cancer causing agents) in their formula. The following ingredients aid the development of breast cancer:
Even products advertised as “natural” contain well known carcinogens, TEA, and DEA. They are basically preservatives that maintain a steady pH level. They also contain a variety of synthetic smells and colors that are a leading cause of hormonal disruption.
All the above discussed ingredients are reasons enough to stop using the over-the-counter deodorant and get busy making your own by using natural ingredients only.
If you’ve ever felt a lump in the armpit/neck region, those are actually your lymph nodes hard at work protecting you against diseases. They are a major part of your immune system and effectively remove pathogens along with bacteria from your body. You apply your deodorants directly on your lymph nodes, the defense central of your body. It may lead to hormone disruption as they are absorbed right into the skin.
Imagine your skin as a large organ and whatever you apply onto it is directly absorbed into your bloodstream. Now, why in the world would anyone want to put carcinogens into their own blood stream? This is the leading cause of an increase in blood cancer levels as stated by The American Cancer Society in 2013 when about 39,000 women passed away due to cancer. Breast cancer is the second leading cause of death right after lung cancer.
The President’s Cancer Panel presented a report entitled “Reducing Environmental Cancer Risk: What Can We Do Now,” in 2010 that stated that huge environmental factors were being overlooked by The American Cancer Society. It also said that it would be wise to try to prevent it rather than develop cures for it.
Here is a detox program for your underarms: ditch those industrial deodorants and make your own. If you are familiar with the effects of bentonite clay, then you will know exactly how it draws out the toxins and chemicals out of your skin. Your underarm odor will decrease and eventually leave, but it may take up to 14 days. Patience is the key here.
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What To Do?
Drinking ample amounts of water always helps in flushing out toxins from your body so make sure to increase your water intake. Try to implement dry brushing into your daily routine if you are not doing it already as it helps in the stimulation of lymph circulation.
Prevention is always better than having to cure something, so why not invest a little effort to prevent breast cancer?