Detect cancer early – Biological Impedance Analysis (part 1)

Examine the toxins around you. From mercury filled dental amalgan, carbon monoxide, pollution, asbestos, lead, molds, dirty water, acidic meals lacking in veggies, transfat from processed foods and food prep, fungus, lack of sleep at night, lack of nutrition and supplementation, lack of exercise, hereditary health issues and other unknowns. Knowing this, you can detect if you can get cancer in the future or not. And knowing the cure is very important which is a body free of toxins and strong to withstand any metal toxins or microbes such as parasites, fungus, virus, and other deadly microbes.

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Part 1

Biological Impedance Analysis

Biological impedance analysis, or bio-electrical impedance analysis (BIA), is a method of assessing your body composition—the measurement of body fat in relation to lean body mass. This test measures fat, muscle, bone, and water, and gives a more meaningful assessment than the number on your bathroom scale.

Research has shown that body composition is directly related to health. Excess fat in relation to lean body mass can greatly increase your risk for disease. A BIA allows for early detection of an improper balance in your body composition, which signals the need for intervention and prevention.

This non-invasive test involves the placement of electrodes on the right hand and right foot. A low level—unnoticeable—electrical current is sent through the body. The flow of the current is affected by the amount of water in the body. The device measures how this signal is impeded through different types of tissue. Tissues that contain large amounts of fluid and electrolytes, such as blood and lean tissue, have high conductivity. But fat and bone are low in fluids and slow the signal down. The BIA determines the resistance to flow of the current as it passes through the body. This measurement is used to provide several estimates relating to the volume of body water.

For example, one measurement is the “phase angle.” It is based on total body resistance and reactance. Lower phase angles appear to be consistent with either cell death or a breakdown of the cell membrane. Higher phase angles appear to be consistent with large quantities of intact cell membranes and body cell mass. It can indicate the course of disease.

All living substances have a phase angle. Fit adolescents may have a phase angle greater than 10.

As you get older, phase angles will decrease and will be approximately four or less at the time of death.

Low phase angles are consistent with:

  • Malnutrition
  • Infection
  • Chronic disease
  • Cancer
  • Sedentary lifestyle
  • Chronic alcoholism
  • Old age (over 75)

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Breast cancer signs and nutrition for breast health

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Of course, that’s not to say you should stop inspecting your breasts. In the new study, 83 percent of the women who had breast cancer symptoms and were diagnosed found a lump first. But a little more awareness of other signs can’t hurt. “Our results highlight opportunities for a shift in emphasis in symptom awareness campaigns toward breast symptoms other than breast lump,” the researchers write. “If women notice any changes in their breasts, they need to have a professional evaluate them,” Weber agrees. “Talk to a doctor about anything that looks different from their normal appearance.” Here are a few of those symptoms to watch out for.


A rough patch of skin that feels scaly or thicker than usual or skin that starts to dimple can signal breast cancer, Weber says. With some breast cancers, channels that go from the inside of the breast to the skin become blocked, resulting in skin changes that make the breast look like it’s covered in an orange peel.




Sometimes a lump can be lurking under the surface, even if a woman can’t feel it. This might change the shape or size of a breast, and could even result in some pain, which 6 percent of women in the recent research reported.


Some breast cancers will cause what’s called nipple inversion or retraction, in which the nipple turns inward. (Here are 8 things your nipples say about your health.) Typically, that’s because a mass is growing inside the breast and changes its shape, Weber explains. In the recent research, 7 percent of the women who were diagnosed with breast cancer reported nipple abnormalities.


Another possible nipple abnormality can be discharge that’s not breast milk. Nipple discharge is, thankfully, most often not cancer, but it’s important to see a doctor immediately if the discharge comes out without you touching or squeezing the nipple, especially if it’s bloody and only affecting one side.
Connie’s comments:  First step is for daily checking with your own two fingers and find abnormal skin growth, irritations and lumps.
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How can you save $3000 per year from your health care costs? Signs and Symptoms of diseases

For minor aches and pains, find holistic care.  These minor health issues are ear care (waxy), tachycardia (from stress and ingesting inflammatory foods), leg pain from exercise, UTI that can be relieved by cranberries and garlic, and other ailments that you know can be cared for at home with or without a doctor’s prescription.

This will save you around $2k to $6000 in Emergency room visits. Do have a lab take your whole blood tests to be shown to your doctor once or twice a year. This will cost you around $600 versus the ER of about $6000.

Buy a BP monitor and other fitness trackers/health monitoring/tests.

Always keep tract of your health in a journal or email to your doctor. Include symptoms such as stomach pain, leg pain, constipation, headache, trouble sleeping and other ailments that are recurring.

Remember that chronic cough, chronic pain or other chronic ailments are indicative of a severe health issue that must be looked up by your doctor early on. Do not dismiss skin irritation or abnormal skin growth.

Skin irregularities that are typically symptoms of a skin disorder include:
  • raised bumps that are red or white.
  • a rash, which might be painful or itchy.
  • scaly or rough skin.
  • peeling skin.
  • ulcers.
  • open sores or lesions.
  • dry, cracked skin
  • discolored patches of skin

Call 911, do not wait when symptoms of 12 serious diseases and health problems occur.

When is a cough “just” a cough, or a headache a symptom to be concerned about? Following are signs and symptoms that could indicate a serious health condition, and you should see a doctor if you experience any symptoms of concern. Sometimes, a symptom in one part of the body may be a sign of a problem in another part. Even seemingly unrelated symptoms that might be minor on their own could be signs of a more serious medical condition. Listen to your body, note all symptoms, and share them in detail with your doctor.

Heart attacks in real life often are not as dramatic as they appear to be in movies. Some early symptoms of a heart attack can happen a month or so before the heart attack.

Before a heart attack, you may experience these symptoms:

  1. Unusual fatigue/low energy
  2. Trouble sleeping
  3. Problems breathing
  4. Indigestion
  5. Anxiety
  6. Back or abdominal pain

During a heart attack, these symptoms may occur:

  1. Pain, uncomfortable pressure, squeezing, or feeling of fullness in the center of the chest that lasts more than a few minutes, or goes away and comes back
  2. Pain or discomfort in other areas of the upper body, including the arms, back, neck, jaw, or stomach
  3. Shortness of breath, with or without chest discomfort

Other symptoms are:

  1. Breaking out in a cold sweat
  2. Nausea and/or vomiting,
  3. Lightheadedness

Women also experience chest pain or discomfort, but also are more likely than men to experience

  1. shortness of breath,
  2. nausea/vomiting, and
  3. back or jaw pain.

Signs of a stroke happen suddenly and are different from signs of a heart attack. The American Stroke Association recommends remembering the mnemonic F.A.S.T. to spot a stroke and know when to call 9-1-1 for help:

  1. Face drooping
  2. Arm weakness
  3. Speech difficulty
  4. Time to call 9-1-1

Other signs and symptoms of stroke to watch for include:

  1. Sudden or rapidly developing problems with sight
  2. Sudden or rapidly developing problems with dizziness, balance, and coordination
  3. Sudden numbness or weakness in the face, arms, or legs
  4. Sudden confusion or trouble understanding
  5. Sudden inability to say the right word, incoherent speech, or slurred speech
  6. Severe headache with no known cause

7 Signs and Symptoms of Lung Disease

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Lung cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), emphysema, asthma, and other diseases of the lungs can be serious and should be addressed.

Symptoms of serious lung problems include:

Coughing up blood
Severe wheezing
Difficulty breathing
If you have any of the above symptoms, go to an emergency room right away or call 911.

Other symptoms of lung problems include:

Persistent, chronic cough that gets worse over time
Repeated bouts of bronchitis or pneumonia
Chronic mucus production (phlegm)
Chronic chest pain, especially discomfort which gets worse when you inhale or cough
Contact a health-care professional to discuss your symptoms.


5 Signs and Symptoms of Breast Disease

A woman has a 1 in 8 chance of developing breast cancer in her lifetime. However, though many breast problems are not cancer-related, they do require prompt evaluation.

Signs and symptoms of breast problems include:

Nipple discharge (could be milky, yellowish, greenish, or brownish)
Unusual breast tenderness or pain
Breast or nipple skin changes, such as ridges, dimpling, pitting, swelling, redness, or scaling
Lump or thickening in or near the breast or underarm area
Inverted nipples
If you experience any of these breast problem symptoms, see a health-care professional for evaluation.

7 Signs and Symptoms of Bladder Problems

Bladder problems can be frustrating and embarrassing, and are not something you should simply “learn to live with,” as they can be signs of a more serious condition. See a health-care professional if you experience any of the following symptoms of bladder problems:

Difficult or painful urination
Frequent urination (more than 8 times daily)
Loss of bladder control
Blood in the urine
Feeling the urge to urinate when the bladder is empty
Waking frequently at night to urinate or wetting the bed at night
Leaking urine when you laugh, cough, sneeze, or exercise
A urologist is a specialist in diseases and function of the bladder.

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