Many common household chemicals increase breast cancer risk

A silent toxnado is sweeping through your home

Women, when you pick up dry cleaning, don’t hang it in the backseat, stash it in your trunk. Then, when you get home, air it out in an open garage or a patio before putting it away in your closet.

Why? Because of PERC.

PERC is perchloroethylene, the chemical solvent used in dry cleaning. Animal studies show that it’s a known carcinogen. And a new study gets more specific: PERC exposure may cause breast cancer.

But the real dilemma is that PERC is just part of the problem. Turns out, the average woman’s environment is loaded with similar triggers that can get breast cancer started.

The study reveals a list of ordinary toxins that combine to form what you might call a “toxnado” of breast cancer risk.

In addition to PERC, butadiene and benzene head up the list of mammary carcinogens. Women are exposed to these two baddies from a surprising number of sources — from gasoline exhaust fumes (vehicles, lawnmowers — anything that uses gas) to charred food. Burning cigarettes also contain these chemicals. Needless to say, smoking is a huge risk factor. But risk is also increased by second hand and even third hand smoke (in fabrics permeated with smoke fumes).

Other culprits include…
* Methylene chloride and other cleaning solvents
* Flame retardants (common in furniture)
* Stain-resistant chemicals in many fabrics
* Styrene (Styrofoam and cigarette smoke)
* Nonstick coatings on cookware
* Additives in drinking water
* Chemicals in paint removers

As a general rule of thumb, trust your nose. If something has a noticeable chemical smell, put as much distance as you can between you and the source.

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But the study also mentioned one mammary carcinogen that’s odorless, so this one won’t give your nose a sharp warning: synthetic hormone replacement therapy. The key word here, of course, is “synthetic.” As Dr. Wright has often noted, bioidentical hormone replacement is a safe alternative to synthetic HRT.

But you know I’m not going to leave you high and dry without offering something proactive you can do right now to help prevent breast cancer. So while you’re filtering your water and following your nose to rid your home of breast cancer toxins, you can go here for details about an easy way to cut your risk even further.

Yours in good health,

Bob Reagan