October marks the start of Breast Cancer Awareness month, so now is the perfect time to consider getting tested in some form or another and learn more about breast health.
Our women’s health providers at Amy Brenner, MD & Associates have a few recommendations on vitamins for breast health below.
Supplements can be a fantastic way to increase the healthy ingredients in your system. For breast health, we recommend Selenium, Iodine, and B supplements, as they have been shown to support healthy breast tissue and are difficult to obtain through a diet alone.
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Our practitioner-grade supplement recommendations include:
- Methyl CPG
- Vitamin D
- Fiber Plus
- 7 Day Detox Kit
- Essential Estrogens Urine Test (provider recommended)
- Cortisol Saliva Testing (provider recommended)
Vitamin D optimization
Sufficient vitamin D levels are integral to health in many ways and have been shown to possibly protect against many health conditions, like heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, and breast cancer.
You can get vitamin D from several sources, like sun exposure, vitamin D-rich foods, and supplements.
Learn more about vitamins for breast health at Amy Brenner, MD & Associates
For breast cancer awareness month, put your health first. Our health experts provide accurate genetic testing and other breast health resources for people of all ages. With our vast array of wellness programs, we can not only help reduce your risk of breast cancer, but also boost confidence by helping you reach your cosmetic goals.
At Amy Brenner, MD & Associates, we offer a warm, friendly environment while providing the highest quality surgical procedures and aesthetic treatments to help you look great and feel great. No matter what, we will stick with you throughout your entire journey because your goals are our goals.
Disclaimer: The statements made regarding these products/treatments have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products/treatments are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, including breast cancer.