Doctor highlights relationships between breast cancer, nutrition, healthy diets - Chiropractic Economics

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September 25, 2011 — With her extensive medical background, Jennie Yoon, MD, has seen the effect of lifestyles on diseases such as breast cancer.

In her informational work, Breast Cancer Prevention Starts with Healthy Living, Yoon tries to help readers understand how their diet may be destroying their body's defenses against breast cancer.

Yoon begins by explaining her journey of emigrating from South Korea to the United States. She shares her experiences as a young physician and the lessons she learned that helped her to become a more caring and more compassionate doctor. After highlighting her credentials in the women's healthcare industry, she begins to educate the reader.

The author explains the research she has done revolving around breast cancer. She points out how one's diet and nutrition affect the overall health of an individual and their breasts. She also clarifies the role of vitamins and other nutrients in our body's performance, and how certain risk factors can

lead to a breast cancer diagnosis.

"The primary focus is to educate women about how our lifestyle decisions affect our health and ultimately the risk of breast cancer," Yoon says. "Despite the harsh reality of a cancer diagnosis, breast cancer can be cured it if it is detected early. Every woman should learn about breast cancer screening and how we can help lower our risk of breast cancer by choosing good health habits."

Yoon takes readers on an informational journey about their bodies and how nutrition impacts overall health including cancer risk. She focuses on how breast cancer starts, how it is diagnosed and treated and cancer surveillance. She also enlightens readers on subjects such as fertility after breast cancer, high risk screening, young women and breast cancer, sex after breast cancer, as well as how to talk to spouses and children about breast cancer and other subjects that are extremely important but rarely discussed.

Source: Jennie Yoon,

26 Sep, 2011

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