1. Wholesome food
Figuring out what to eat (and how to make your food taste wonderful) as well as what to avoid eating is the number one basic place to start.
If that's a big challenge, face it with some help. Find yourself a savvy nutritionist who also teaches cooking and you'll be on the scrumptious yellow brick road to healthful meals in no time.
If you don't like to cook, at least educate yourself so you can make better buying choices. Since you eat multiple times a day, what you eat is your number one power play.
The 6 Facets of Breast Health
Take a look at the 6 Facets of Breast Health illustrated here. The 6 Facets are made of organs and organ systems that affect and underlie breast health. But as far as standard, insurance-based annual checkups are concerned, the only facet ever addressed is the Breast Tissue, and that's been to see whether we have an established disease yet.
Meanwhile, our breasts are intimately connected with our hormone and reproductive systems. They are indirectly affected by our chronic immune system challenges, our diets, and our digestive capabilities. They are poisoned by our toxic load and, as with our whole bodies, nourished or devastated by self-perception and relationships with others (love and stress).