ESTROGEN | Inflammatory tone
Research into estrogen-positive breast cancer has highlighted the role of inflammation in increasing or compounding your risk.
Dr Sara Gottfried calls this "the type of neighbourhood" for breast cancer to develop.
How do you manage your inflammatory tone? Find out what your genotype is for key inflammation genes, and ask your doctor to measure your CRP levels. Once you have your medical data for inflammation, add in better choices to reduce low-grade, chronic inflammation. These include eating an anti-inflammatory diet with intermittent fasting, manage your weight as fat creates inflammation, transform your stress, ensure that you exercise at the correct intensity as to prevent injury, manage your GUT health and get 8 hours sleep daily.
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