Hard, firm lumps on the breast that usually cause no pain. A lump that does not move around may be cancerous. It is important that you examine your breast every month, but not while menstruating. Any changes you notice on your breasts should be reported without delay to your health practitioner. Women who are at most risk are those who give childbirth after 35 or never had children; those on a high alcohol, high -fat diet, excessive sugar intake; estrogen and hormone therapy.
Avoid rancid fatty acids or overheated oils, saturated fats, allergic foods, junk foods, tea, coffee, too many dairy and wheat products. Eat organically grown fruits and vegetables, fish, low-fat diet with little meat. Macrobiotic diet helps.
Vitamin A and beta-carotene, vitamins C and E, selenium, essential fatty acids.
Mistletoe, taxus brevifolia.