If you were to ask any woman about their biggest worry when it comes to their breasts they would tell you breast cancer. Those two dreaded words can really devastate your life so it is very important to keep your breasts cancer free.
Young girls develop their breasts around puberty but many girls develop breasts as young as 11 years of age. It really doesn’t matter when a young girl’s breasts begin to develop they need to be educated on how to take care of their breasts and their entire body.
While the majority of cases of breast cancer develop in older women, men and younger women are not without risk either. There is a connection between age and breast cancer and this is directly related to hormonal changes. One direct link is that many women decide to use hormone therapy to help control their menopause, and this unfortunately was linked to increased cases of breast cancer.
Once this research was released thousands of women stopped using hormone replacement therapy and the cases of breast cancer declined.
There are several ways for women of any age to take care of their breasts. The number one method is to stay as healthy and as fit as possible. By exercising on a regular basis you keep the circulation of your blood and lymphatic fluids in prime condition.
The second way is to be careful about what products and foods you are using. Try not to use any type of harmful substance such as alcohol, tobacco or any type of drug. You should get into the habit of reading food labels and aim to eat as naturally as possible.
The third thing to take into consideration is that you want to avoid a diet which is high in fat. Your breasts already have a high fat content so that they can produce milk for your infant. But you don’t want to increase this limit. If your breasts are very small you could increase their size by upping your fat intake, but you don’t want to put your health at risk.
Eat a diet that contains high amounts of fiber, fresh fruits and vegetables and whole grain foods. Get into the habit of drinking lots of water to help flush toxins out of your body.
If you do all of the above things regularly you will be well on your way to improving your health and the look of your breasts. This is especially true if girls are educated in breast health at a young age. By the time they hit their twenties these things will have become ingrained habits and there will be fewer instances of breast cancer among them.