EP 14: Breast Cancer and the Truth About Folic Acid in Cell Division with Dr. Albert Mensah

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It’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month. 

This is a topic that’s near and dear to my heart because breast cancer runs in my family—not only am I a nutrition therapy practitioner, I’m also a patient.

I believe I would have had a very high likelihood of getting breast cancer had I not learned about my own biochemical imbalances along with the help of my guest today, Dr. Albert Mensah.

There is so much confusion as well as genetic and epigenetic factors that contribute to breast cancer. So, in today’s episode, we are going to expand on the conversion that we started in Episode 03 with Dr. Mensah and Episode 10 with Dr. Bowman by going deep into uncovering two major factors that contribute to susceptibility—undermethylation and copper toxicity.

Dr. Mensah is the co-founder of Mensah Medical in Warrenville, Illinois, a clinic that specializes in the treatment of biochemical imbalances and the cognitive and physical disorders caused by those imbalances. Since 2005. Dr. Mensah has treated over 30,000 patients using all-natural non-pharmaceutical targeted nutrient therapy and is a world-renowned leader in orthomolecular medicine.

Listen to the full episode to hear:

  • The role methylation plays in cancer development
  • The connection between protective methyl and BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes
  • How all forms of folic acid create cell division and are pro-cancer agents
  • How copper toxicity and its relationship to estrogen increases cancer risk
  • The supportive role nutrient therapy plays during radiation and chemotherapy treatments

Learn more about Dr. Mensah



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