How Your Breast Health is Connected to Your Environment [Chat with a Breast Cancer Survivor]HerCanvas
- What are some things women can do to maintain their breast health?
- What can we do to keep ourselves healthy in an ever-changing and toxic environment that we as humans are creating on this planet?
Did you know that breast cancer is the most common cancer in women globally and the second most common cancer overall? Chances are you know or have met someone in your circle who has had breast cancer. These statistics underscore the importance of women taking a proactive role in managing our breast health, especially by adopting preventative measures. So what does this look like?
In this episode, I sat down with Shannon Knorr, a phenomenal woman, movement and somatic-based teacher, and breast cancer survivor to discuss her healing journey from the disease, the effects of our environment on breast health, and what we can change in our daily lives to get our bodies and souls to a healthier existence.
We hope you come away with the information you need to make the changes in your environment that will help you stay healthy and thrive.
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05/19/21 • 30 min
HerCanvas - How Your Breast Health is Connected to Your Environment [Chat with a Breast Cancer Survivor]
Did you know that breast cancer is the most common cancer in women globally. And the second most common cancer overall, according to the American cancer society, breast cancer, death rates have been steady in women younger than 50, but have been decreasing for all the women largely because of early detection and better treatments. These statistics underscore the importance of women taking a proactive role in managing our breast health, especially
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