99 percent of people AREN’T doing this to prevent cancer. Are you?

How would you like to be a member of the 1 percent?

I don’t mean in WEALTH (though wouldn’t it be nice?)… but in HEALTH.

And when it comes down to it, I think we both know which one matters most.

New research reveals that the key to cutting the risk of breast cancer -- especially the deadly tumors responsible for most of the 40,000 American deaths from this disease every year – is in making one easy change.

Cutting your risk of breast cancer is a whole lot easier than you’d think!

It’s super simple… super safe… and super effective… yet 99 out of 100 people who read this WON’T do it.

Will you be the ONE who DOES?

Just boost your intake of fresh fruits and vegetables.

You know you should be eating them every day, and maybe you are. But are you eating ENOUGH?

Here’s what you need: five and a half servings a day.

Depending on what you’re eating, that’s roughly six to eight cups of your favorite fresh produce – and if you can get that much, your risk of breast cancer will PLUNGE by 11 percent, with the biggest drop in risk hitting where it matters most.

It will cut your risk of the aggressive ER-negative, HER2-enriched, and basal-like tumors that in far too many cases turn deadly.

I know that sounds easy. Really, it IS easy.

But it’s also roughly 14 to 16 ounces – around a pound – of produce a day. And beyond vegetarians, very few people come close to hitting that level.

That’s DOUBLE the levels recommended by federal guidelines… and guess what? Just 1 in 10 Americans even reach THOSE amounts!

In order to hit the targets in the new study, you have to go further. Not just the 10 percent, but the 1 percent.

But if you do… if you join this elite group… you’ll get more than the power you need to beat back breast cancer.

In fact, as naturopathic physician and breast cancer survivor Dr. Lise Alschuler describes in my six-part video series Beyond Chemo, the plant-based Mediterranean diet is “by far the most evidence-based diet for the reduction of risk in association with breast cancer.”

That’s because the low-meat lifestyle contains LOTS of fruits and veggies.

“There’s been some studies on low-carb diets, low-fat diets… all that stuff,” she tells me in Episode 5. “The only diets that show up in the literature as having any benefit are ones that are plant based, so that’s the common denominator.”

And that same boost in fresh produce can help prevent other types of tumors… help you to survive them if you have them… and cut your risk of heart disease.

And to cap it all off, these foods are loaded with the antioxidants you need to fight the toll of aging.

You might NEVER be in the 1 percent in wealth. But you CAN join the 1 percent in health.

If you’re interested in hearing more from Dr. Alschuler (or any of the series’ 17 other cancer experts), you can catch up on episodes of Beyond Chemo right here.