Healthy breast tissue has more of a ‘good’ bacteria known as Methylobacterium.
Researchers from the Cleveland Clinic say that breast cancer could be treated with prebiotics and probiotics if tissue was being screened for bacterial imbalances. They also discovered that the urine of cancer patients has increased levels of another type of bacteria, including Staphylococcus and Actinomyces.
Other researchers have long suspected that breast tissue has its own micro-biome, but the Cleveland team is the first to positively identify it. It suggests that other organs could also have their own mini-microbiome that keeps bacteria in balance, and, in turn, helps maintain health.
For a healthy microbiome, eat a low sugar diet (with NO artificial sweeteners) and a variety of pre and probiotic foods. These include cultured/fermented vegetables, sourdough bread, kefir, raw organic vegetables and fruits, etc.
It is a good idea to also avoid antiperspirants. They are a drug, not a cosmetic (like deodorants) that contains aluminum. This disrupts bacterial balance and triggers inflammation.
Despite what your doctor and the media may tell you, mammograms have also been identified as a leading cause of cancer. The video below explains why.
In summary, to avoid getting cancer, and for over-all good health, eat a diet that encourages the growth of healthy bacteria. Replacing mammograms with Thermography and avoiding unnecessary synthetic chemicals can also be helpful.