Fibrocystic breast disease causes
People often ask the reasons for fibrocystic breast disease causes.Fibrocystic breast disease develops where there is an increase in the ratio of progesterone to oestrogen levels, with each menstrual cycle there is a recurring hormonal stimulation of the breast.
As the hormonal levels fall in the first few days the breasts normally return to their prestimulation size and function, the balance between the oestrogen and progesterone is disturbed leading to uncontrolled growth in the connecting tissues causing fibrosis or cysts.
What is Fibrocystic breast disease?
Fibrocystic breast disease (cystic mastitis) could be described as a somewhat uncomfortable to extremely painful benign swelling or cysts of the breasts. Fibrocystic breast disease is very common, it affects about 20-40 % of premenopausal women.
It is usually a component of the premenstrual cycle (PMS) and is considered a minor factor in breast cancer.
It isn’t as significant a factor as the classical breast cancers such as family history, early menarche, and late or no first pregnancy.
Symptoms of Fibrocystic Breast Disease
Apart from breast pain, breast tenderness and lumpiness notably in the uppermost outer area of the breasts, symptoms tend to be more niggling or annoying preceding menstruation.
Fibrocystic breasts are made up of a lumpy tissue known as nodular/glandular breast tissue. It is quite common and more than 50% of females will experience FBD at some stage in their lives, medical people don’t call it a disease they would refer to it as fibrocystic breasts.
Fibrocystic breast disease treatment
In the majority of cases there is no need for invasive treatment,pain killers are usually sufficient in relieving any discomfort or pain applying a warm or cold compress can help, see what works best for you.
Fibrocystic breast disease diet
- 1.Consume a diet that focuses on whole unprocessed foods (whole grains, legumes, fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds)
- 2.Increase consumption of soy foods
- 3.Eliminate your intake of coffee, tea, cola, chocolate, caffeinated medications, alcohol and sugar.
- 4.Drink at least 48 ounces of water every day.
- 5.Exercise regularly
Serrapeptase Fibrocystic breast disease testimonial
Breast Lump Removed!’
“I’m 35 and about 4 months ago, I felt a lump in left breast the size of a pea and I got scared that it could be cancer. Turned out non-cancerous, but a friend advised me to try Serrapeptase to get rid of it completely. Reading Mr. Redfern’s book, I was amazed at how this enzyme can somehow allow our body to heal itself so I gave it a shot.
I’ve been following the Fibrocystic Breast Disease Health Plan as advised by Mr. Redfern and I’ve been taking Serrapeptase for about 3 months now. Truly, my lump has been removed and I feel more energized and youthful too!’
Jam C., United Kingdom
Serranol a supplement protocol
Vitamin C, 500-1,000 mgs 3 times per day
Vitamin E, 400 IU (international units) per day
Serranol take two tablets 3 times daily
Serranol™ – SerraEnzyme 80,000 IU – Take 2 capsules x 3 times per day. Take 30 mins before eating a meal with water. Reduce to 1 x 3 after a good relief. Contains SerraEnzyme, Serrapeptase, Curcuminx4000, Ecklonia Cava (Seanol) and Vitamin D3.
Herbal remedies have been long used to help with reducing inflammation, some work very well there are systemic enzymes out there that have been found in various trials to reduce swelling and inflammation, these enzymes are in tablet form and taken on an empty stomach usually first thing in the morning and last thing at night.
The enzyme travels through your system straight to the affected tissue area where it starts to drain surplus debris leading to a decrease in the swelling.
The type of enzyme therapy is beneficial because of the enzymes unique ability to dissolves or digest fibrous tissue, the best-known enzymes are Serrapeptase and Nattokinase, in past studies there have been found to be beneficial in reducing the size of the cysts.
These enzymes are natural with little known side effects and can be used with other therapies as there are no known adverse reactions.
Inflammation is the body’s way of dealing with foreign bodies coming into our systems, these systemic enzymes can assist our bodies in regulating our immune system to only produce inflammation when it is necessary. In doing so it will prevent tissue accumulation which is good for our overall well-being.