Breast Cancer

Artificial Colors Mimic Estrogen & Negatively Impact Hormones

A peer reviewed study notes that artificial colors yellow & tartrazine found in food and cosmetic colorings are xenoestrogens which mimic estrogen and are linked to breast cancer and liver disease.

Phytoestrogens Reverse Xenoestrogen Induced Breast Cancer

2018 study reversed xenoestrogen (Triclosan and bisphenol A) induced breast cancer with kaempferol, a phytoestrogen found in broccoli, cabbage, kale, beans, tomatoes strawberries, grapes, raspberries and various other fruits and vegetables.

Estrogenic Activity in Underarm Deodorant

Study discovered fragrances in deodorant have same estrogenic activity as parabens which are linked to breast cancer.

Herbicide Glyphosate Linked to Breast Cancer

Study reveals that the herbicide glyphosate has environmentally relevant estrogenic activity that links this xenoestrogen to breast cancer. 


Curcumin Protects Against Breast Cancer Caused by Bisphenol A

Study reveals curcumin, the antioxidant naturally found in tumeric, protects against breast cancer caused by the cancer promoting xenoestrogen bisphenol A (BPA). 


Curcumin Inhibits Breast Cancer

A peer reviewed study shows that the antioxidant curcumin found in tumeric inhibits tumor growth in breast cancer. 

Environmental Estrogens, Cosmetics and Breast Cancer

A Science Direct abstract on the link between estrogenic chemicals in cosmetics and breast cancer.