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Free Talk: Natural Breast Care & Cancer Prevention

November 11, 2016 @ 18:00 - 19:30

free-talk-natural-breast-care-cancer-preventionBreast cancer is spiraling out of control and all women need to seriously address this potential risk. Come and learn more about the pro-active lifestyle changes, safe screening and preventative holistic, non-invasive treatments that will give you the best possible chance to prevent and fight breast cancer.

Numerous studies are now demonstrating the strong link between wearing a tight bra for long hours each day and breast cancer among pre- and post-menopausal women. Bras and other external tight clothing can impede the flow of the immune system’s lymphatic drainage so that toxic chemicals are trapped in the breast. This compression and impairment of the lymphatic system results in fluid accumulation in the breasts, causing cysts, pain, and tissue toxification.

Naresh Naidoo from Meridian Health in KZN will be introducing Lymph Drainage Therapy and treatments in Cape Town and Somerset West, together with Marcelle Southey from Thermoscan who will introduce the only Revolutionary and Safe Diagnostic Tool to detect a tumour growth 6 years before a mammogram would and which is non-invasive and emits no harmful radiation. The latest medical research is clearly showing that mammogram screenings are causing women more harm than good with the Swiss Medical Board now recommending against them. The toxic effects of mammogram radiation are finally being acknowledged as a significant factor in the development of breast cancer.

Says Naresh: “As a therapist with various disciplines, my focus is the dire ignorance of the role of the lymphatic system and factors that hamper optimum function. It is just a blatant disregard of these factors that have seen breast pathologies spiral out of control. In KZN, I have joined forces with non-invasive thermography scans (Thermoscan) as a base point, to identify lymphatic congestion and fibrosis. Due to the nature of the sphere of work that we are involved with, we are both extremely passionate about making a positive difference in people’s lives. We have had many successes with women with specific issues as well as those with a general lymph congestion due to the use of conventional bras and more specifically, underwire and padded bras. Over the last 13 years, I have seen too many people fall prey to illness which actually could have been prevented or at the very least, mitigated.”

The treatment protocol encompasses specialised breast lymphatic drainage massage techniques with specifically formulated aromatherapy essential oils designed to promote lymph movement and cleansing coupled with cellular bio-resonance micro-pulse therapy (also known as pulsed electromagnetic field therapy). This is a non-invasive electro-medical device with specific programs to act as a catalyst for lymph drainage and fibrosis. The treatment is completely non-invasive, non-painful and remarkably soothing and gentle with astounding therapeutic benefit.

Knowledge is Power. Don’t wait to be a victim. Take back control of your own health.

Cost: FREE of charge and will get you, if you want, a lymph drainage treatment the next day, Saturday 12 November, for the discounted amount of R500. BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL as space is limited. We can only accommodate the first 20 this way.

This therapy is not only for those with lumps, but for all who wish to recover proper lymph drainage after years of wearing constricting bras, thereby preventing problems.

For more information and to book your place please accept this invitation or contact Elma at pollardelma702@gmail.com or 021-855-0518.

After this introduction Elma will be offering Lymphatic Drainage Therapy in Somerset West and Cape Town. The normal price which will apply going forward is R700.

Please invite your friends! ALL women need to know how to stop damaging their breasts and prevent problems.


November 11, 2016
18:00 - 19:30


Tree House
19b Jakaranda Ave (off Parel Vallei Rd)
Somerset West, Western Cape 7130 South Africa
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