Biohacks for Better Health

Biohack Your Breast Health with Whole Breast Ultrasound and Thermography
Written by: Ann Louise Gittleman, PhD, CNS
Published on: 06/18/2024
I don’t know about you, but I don’t look forward to an annual mammogram. Mammograms can be an arduous experience for many women. But did you know there are effective alternatives available to women looking for cancer screening that make the experience less uncomfortable? Two such tools include Whole Breast Ultrasound (WBU) and Thermography. Both these solutions offer comprehensive insight into breast health without traditional mammography scans.

Whole Breast Ultrasound can be especially useful for women with dense breast tissue, a condition in which there is more fibrous or glandular than fatty tissue present in their breasts. Mammograms often struggle to detect abnormalities when screening dense breasts; WBU uses sound waves to create detailed images of all parts of each breast, providing better visibility of any possible anomalies, such as dense tissues. It offers women a comfortable screening process without risk.

Thermography, another noninvasive alternative, measures heat patterns on the surface of breasts to detect cancerous tissues that exhibit increased blood flow and metabolic activity, such as increased metabolic activity in cancerous tissue. Thermography eliminates any discomfort associated with mammograms while providing additional layers of detection when used together with other screening methods like Whole Breast Ultrasound and Thermography screening methods that cater specifically to your needs. Ask your doctor if one of these tests is better for you.

Tips to Improve Your Breast Health

UNI KEY Health’s Immune Formula. This formula enhances breast health by providing comprehensive immune support with essential vitamins, minerals, and powerful antioxidants like Quercetin and Astragalus, which help reduce inflammation and support overall cellular health.
CoQ10 (research from Denmark suggests CoQ10 could shrink breast cancer tumors at about 390 mg daily). I’ve made this product available for you via my Fullscript link.
Raise your daily Vitamin D intake (I call it the sunshine hormone) to at least 1,000 – 4,000 IU to reach a level of at least 52 ng/mL. Also available on my Fullscript link.
Keep your cell phone away from your body and never ever tuck it into your bra! There is a growing body of case reports which link breast cancer with cellphones in the bra. Learn about the dangers in my book Zapped: Why Your Cell Phone Shouldn’t Be Your Alarm Clock and 1,268 Ways to Outsmart the Hazards of Electronic Pollution.
For more information about Thermography, check out my article: Become a Breast Health Warrior or this article on The Templeton Wellness Foundation website: Thermography: The Breast Kept Secret

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