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Bras: to wear or not to wear?

I'VE SEEN THIS BEFORE BUT STILL WANT TO SEND A REMINDER TO ALL MY LOVED
ONES....

This is primarily for women but husbands can also educate their wives.



Do you wear bra for the whole day and even at home?
I think we should go bra-free after reading this article.
It's a message for your health.
Please pass this to all female friends you know.
I think it's important to be aware.
For years, a lot of articles with regards to the causes of
breast cancer point to
an unhealthy diet and lack of exercise as the major links
to this disease which
happens to be the biggest killer among women during these
last two decades.

These studies would have been most credible if it were not
for the fact that
several women including Linda McCartney who have been
religious vegetarians
and exercise- freaks have also been unfortunate in
suffering breast cancer.

Perhaps the most convincing article I have ever read with
regards to this matter
is one which links breast cancer to the wearing of bras.
In the "Bra and Breast Cancer Study" in the
United States ,
It was discovered that women with breast cancer had a
history of sporting tighter
and longer bra-wearing than did the women who had not (yet)
developed the disease.

In fact, virtually the entire cancer group wore bras over
12 hours.
When a woman wears a tight bra, she subjects her breasts to
pressure,
closing off the lymphatic pathway from the breast to the
nodes.
This causes fluid built-up swelling, tenderness and cyst
formation.
Toxins must be flushed out via the lymphatic.
However, a bra-constricted breast cannot adequately
perform this cleansing process,
resulting in toxin accumulation in the breast.
Truthfully, bras are creating droopy, weak breasts...
...the breast relies on the bras for artificial support;
the body loses its ability to support the breast by itself.

This is why many women feel uncomfortable without the bra.
What is the solution to breast cancer then?
DON'T WEAR A TIGHT BRA!
And maybe sleep without them.
There is a remarkable success rate for recovery from
fibrocystic breast disease
within 10 days to two weeks of going bra-free.
Many women have tried going bra-less and recorded a
miraculous improvement in their health!
Bra burning is no longer a feminist issue....
....It is now a battle between life and death.
We should make others more aware of the hazards of
wearing......

Comments

Kafo said…
wow
okay
i am one of those I NEED MY BRA

but breast cancer i donot need
xi said…
Yeah, circulate this to as many girls as possible. Let 'the twins' be free to bounce wherever they want to, give the neighbourhood boys a treat!

lol.

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