31: How To Avoid Breast Cancer

How To Avoid Breast Cancer

Why You Should Listen:

October is coming, and with it, the infamous Breast Cancer Awareness Month!  Well, I don’t know about you, but I’m plenty aware of breast cancer.  How about a healthy dose of PREVENTION instead?  Tune in to learn how you can avoid needing to cash in on the “drugs for anything, drugs for everything” method of crisis care that we resort to when things go bad, so you can live long and well, on this episode of the Forbidden Doctor.

What You Will Hear:

  • [00:01:05] Are you ready for the Forbidden Doctor book series?
  • [00:02:25] Ever wonder why Dr. Jack became a chiropractor and not a singer?
  • [00:06:45] Hope out of hell: leveraging the tragedy of breast cancer for a better future
  • [00:12:10] Breast cancer surgeon dies of breast cancer: when all that medicine has to offer still isn’t enough
  • [00:18:40] Invasive lobular carcinoma and the ravages of HRT
  • [00:20:50] Breast Cancer Awareness Month?  Why not Breast Cancer PREVENTION Month?
  • [00:21:45] The problem with Atkins and how fat aversion is killing us
  • [00:24:20] Modern medicine = ignorance-based healthcare
  • [00:25:25] Why you need LongLife Energy Enzymes
  • [00:26:50] Mary’s experience with LEE
  • [00:29:00] Side effects: the good, the bad, and the just plain interesting—why it’s really all good!
  • [00:34:30] How LEE helped patient with renal artery stenosis and shockingly high BP to not just live long, but live well!
  • [00:44:05] Camel cigarettes: 1, Zypan: 0
  • [00:45:20] Why we can’t sell Standard Process online—you asked, we answered!
  • [00:47:05] Appalling new practices in the neonatal unit
  • [00:50:10] Forbidden resources to help you on your journey!

Handouts And Protocols:

Melting Breast Lumps eBook on Amazon

References And Links:

5 thoughts on “31: How To Avoid Breast Cancer

  1. Darlene says:

    i have had breast lumps for 8 years now. They started when I was 20 and fluctuate in size and texture depending on my cycle.
    Please help! I have done so many things for it naturally and they just get worse. I am starting to get very nervous and personally don’t believe in the medical route but I am feeling helpless at this point.
    Will you contact me please? I would love your help!

    • forbiddendoctor says:

      Darlene,

      First of all get two books….”The Iodine Crisis”, by Lynn Farrow, and Mary’s book “Melting Breast Lumps” both of which are on Amazon.com

      Then I suggest a private and personal consultation with Mary herself. In the meantime, I suppose you have heard out first podcast, “Melting Breast Lumps”, as the protocol we recommend is at the end of the podcast. We also recommend listening to the thyroid series on the podcasts as we discuss the connectioon between thyroid health and the endocrine system that is making these breast changes you are having. The melting breast lumps protocol at the end of the thyroid series might actually be what you need.
      This would be a good beginning.

      This is a condition that can be addressed without surgery and/or drugs. It will require dietary changes and some time for melting and healing. We obviously, do not know your entire present condition or history….so it would be good to talk.

      Dr. Jack and Mary

  2. Darlene says:

    i have had breast lumps for 8 years now. They started when I was 20 and fluctuate in size and texture depending on my cycle.
    Please help! I have done so many things for it naturally and they just get worse. I am starting to get very nervous and personally don’t believe in the medical route but I am feeling helpless at this point.
    Will you contact me please? I would love your help!

    • Office of Jack Stockwell says:

      You’re welcome, Barbara! No one is a lost cause. Our bodies are such miraculous healers, including yours! We are so honored to help you tap into the Forbidden Doctor within you! Please do let us know if you have any questions or need any additional support.

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