The bottom line to Greger’s videos on breast cancer is straightforward. The overwhelming evidence points to soy as a great antidote for breast cancer. This seems to apply both during childbearing age and menopause.
Incredible contrast between Japanese women in a country consuming lots of soy, and North American women, is stark.
In Japan supplementing with soy had significant benefit despite that nation consuming a high percentage anyway. But in Texas, where soybean consumption is low, the improvement was like 100 % compared to a third!
Personally have always been somewhat wary of male breast cancer as one of my cousins suffered from that.
Found it interesting that the principles apply to males nevertheless.
The risk of breast cancer is reduced and at the same time there is minimal impact on Testosterone levels.
This is like having your cake and eating it!
Huge caveat in my opinion to all of this. That is the type of soy that is ingested! My prejudicial point of view is that most soya cultivated in the States is subject to multi contaminant issues.
Monsanto and Bayer are prime culprits for their GMOs or Genetically Modified Organisms in this case plants. The problems being Glyphosates and Roundup, with the crops riddled with pesticides and other contaminants.
Even organic farmers have the nightmare of GMO type problems with wind blowing and tainting their farm properties.
The aggressive litigation attitude of Monsanto and now Bayer starting to backfire in the American courts.
Farmers who were sold ‘the bill of goods’ initially for the concept of GMOs now find themselves squeezed in a financial trap of increasing costs.
When Bayer, the giant German chemical and pharmaceutical manufacturer, finally acquired Monsanto in 2018, the company knew it was also buying the world’s best-known (infamous) weed killer.
What it didn’t anticipate was a legal firestorm over claims that the herbicide, Roundup, causes cancer.
Now Bayer agreeing to pay more than $10 billion to settle tens of thousands of claims, while continuing to sell the product without adding warning labels about its safety.
The settlement covers an estimated 95,000 cases and includes $1.25 billion for potential future claims from Roundup customers who may develop the form of cancer known as Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.
The company is taking a calculated risk that the benchmark settlement will largely resolve its legal problems. Bayer still faces at least 30,000 claims from plaintiffs who have not agreed to join the settlement.
So this issue is complex and seems the best action solution anyway is to opt for organic soya…Beat Breast Cancer With Sly Organic Soy!