After breast cancer surgery, be vigilant to measure anti-oxidant level

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After breast cancer surgery, be vigilant to measure anti-oxidant level

Eat colored whole foods, exercise, get adequate sleep and avoid toxins to prevent recurrence of the breach cancer.   The info above follows a group of Breast cancer patient and measured their carotenoid in the blood using a scanner. And it shows that risk factors for breast cancer is influenced by the level of carotenoid in the blood. The higher, the less likely for breast cancer to progress or reapper.
There is a biophotonic scanner, created by NIH, that measures the carotenoid in the blood. This tester is available to the public and all health care pros.

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Connie Dello Buono 408-854-1883 motherhealth@gmail.com

I work with a cross section of nutrition aware people all centric around helping others learn how to help themselves. Here is a web site we use as educational for the science trained so I thought you would enjoy this material. The web site is www.hcpnalliance.com and your access code is MRT4KPP. Just put in your name and email plus this access code.(your info only goes to me). Please note the papers under the “scanner” tab.

There is a biophotonic scanner, created by NIH, that measures the carotenoid in the blood. This tester is available to the public and all health care pros. Email motherhealth@gmail.com or join here at:

Use Distributorship/sponsor ID #: USW9578356

https://www.nuskin.com/content/nuskin/en_US/join/getting_started.html

 

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