This year nearly 200,000 American women will be diagnosed with breast cancer. By the new millennium, the lifetime odds will increase to one in six. But new research in nutritional medicine has demonstrated that changing your diet may reduce your risk by up to 80%. This video is designed to help you take control of your health with primary prevention, not just early detection!

Breast Cancer: The Diet Connection outlines easy and vital dietary steps you can take to help you prevent the disease, prevent its recurrence, or support yourself if you are currently afflicted. It is based on scientific evidence published in prestigious medical journals and over 20 years of experience with thousands of women. You will learn about:

• Powerful anti-cancer foods you can eat
• The bottom line on dietary fats
• Beverages to avoid and beverages to include
• How to boost immunity with your fork
• Foods that help eliminate estrogen from your body and more

This breakthrough video is narrated by Susan Silberstein, Ph.D., Founder and Executive Director of the Center for Advancement in Cancer Education, based in Wynnewood, PA. Silberstein lectures and consults frequently on Nutritional, Alternative and Complementary Medicine for medical and nursing schools and for numerous national and international symposia. Since 1977, she has appeared on dozens of radio and television talk shows, has coordinated hundreds of health conferences, and has counseled thousands of cancer patients.

For more information contact the Center for Advancement in Cancer Education —
Phone: 610-642-4810

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